Dr Rampersad grew up in Sydney, including undertaking his undergraduate medical degree at UNSW. Following acceptance onto the general surgical training program he trained in Sydney, Tweed Heads, Darwin and Victoria before moving into Paediatric Surgery.
His Paediatric Surgical training was undertaken at the Mater and Royal Childrens Hospitals in Brisbane, and RCH Melbourne before obtaining his specialist qualification in Paediatric Surgery in 2015.
Dr Rampersad has undertaken further sub-speciality training at Birmingham Children's Hospital, UK in urology and thoracic surgery. This led to a consultant position in Paediatric Urology in Birmingham, one of the largest paediatric urology centres in Europe.
He is one of only a few Australians to have successfully passed the European Paediatric Urology subspecialty exams.
Returning to Australia in 2017 to take up a consultant position in Canberra, his main interests are minimally invasive surgery in all ages, and simple and complex urology disorders.
Currently working in both the private and public sectors, Dr Rampersad consults at National Capital Paediatrics in Deakin and at Centenary Hospital, Garran. He operates privately at Calvary John James Hospital, and publically at Centenary Hospital.
Dr Rampersad currently participates in the ROMAC charity, helping children from the Pacific region who require specialist surgical care.