Dr Ibrahim is a respiratory, sleep and general physician; who also trained fully in intensive care medicine. He undertook most of his training at the Austin Hospital, and he holds a public appointment at the Austin Hospital as a respiratory and sleep physician including the Victorian Respiratory Support Services (VRSS); the main centre for chronic ventilation in Victoria. He also works at Maroondah Hospital as a respiratory, sleep and general physician.
Dr Ibrahim is an honorary lecturer at Melbourne University, and is heavily involved in undergraduate teaching. His areas of interest include chronic non- invasive ventilation; in which he is conducting research as part of his MD degree.
He currently holds the position as the medical director of the Mitcham Hospital Sleep Laboratory. He is trained and experienced in the management of complex sleep disorders, including reporting of bi-level ventilation sleep studies.
He has admitting rights to Mitcham and is happy to provide inpatient care at this hospital. He also provides a regular bronchoscopy service at Mitcham Private Hospital and the other hospitals if required.
Other special skills include adult resuscitation and peri-operative medicine; which he acquired through his intensive care and anaesthesia training