Paul Hamor is a Respiratory and Sleep Physician and a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians with a broad range of clinical interests. Attaining his medical degree at the University of Queensland, he completed his specialist training at Royal Prince Alfred and Westmead Hospitals. Previously a Consultant Physician at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, he has been a Staff Specialist at the Prince of Wales Hospital since 2016. Paul has clinical interests in allergic airway diseases and asthma, autoimmune associated lung diseases, neuromuscular respiratory failure and sleep apnoea. He excels in the management of undifferentiated respiratory and sleep illnesses, including chronic cough, shortness of breath and sleepiness.

One of Paul’s passions is the teaching and education of junior doctors, and has a long involvement in prevocational and undergraduate medical education. He has previously been the Director of Prevocational Education and Training at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, and the Network Director of Physician Training at the East Coast Medical Network/Prince of Wales Hospital. Paul has interests in the formulation of educational programs, presentation skills, delivering best evidence based-practice to the ward, as well as change methodology. He also a strong advocate for work-life balance and has been looking at the prevention and management of junior doctor burnout and programs to promote resilience.
•  Bachelor of Science (Biochemistry), University of Sydney 1999
•  Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, University of Queensland, 2005
•  Fellow, Royal Australasian College of Physicians (Respiratory and Sleep) 2013
•  University of Sydney – Clinical Lecturer
•  University of New South Wales – Conjoint Lecturer
•  Prince of Wales Hospital – Staff Specialist
•  Prince of Wales Private Hospital –Visiting Medical Officer
•  St Luke’s Hospital – Visiting Medical Officer

•  Wolper Hospital – Visiting Medical Officer

•  Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand
•  Australian Sleep Association
•  European Respiratory Society
•  American Thoracic Society
•  Australian Medical Association