Dr Anton Hinton-Bayre grew up in Brisbane and completed his medical degree with honours at the University of Queensland in 2005. He then went to complete his internship and residency at multiple hospitals across metropolitan Brisbane in a diverse range of medical and surgical specialities. After gaining a surgical training position in the ENT program, Dr Hinton-Bayre relocated to Perth in 2011 and obtained his Fellowship from the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery in 2016.
Dr Hinton-Bayre is head of the ENT department at Royal Perth Hospital and is involved in the provision of ENT services to rural and remote areas of Western Australia, visiting the Pilbara and Kimberly regions frequently. He is passionate about Aboriginal ear health, and disease prevention especially in children.
He is clinical lead for ENT services in the Pilbara. He provides a regular service to Port Hedland, Karratha and remote communities in the East Pilbara region. He also holds an adjunct position with Ear Science Institute of Australia, which is highly active in the research and development of ground breaking initiatives to improve the ear health of West Australians all over the state.
He holds an Adjunct Research Fellow position at the School of Surgery, University of Western Australia.
Dr Hinton-Bayre has an interest in both adult and paediatric ENT and has a warm honest approach to patient care.