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We take pride in delivering high quality training in our department. The entire consultant body is formally trained in Educational Supervision and actively participates in teaching, exam support, appraisal, mentoring and pastoral support.

Training Programme

Some of the subspecialty opportunities are outlined below:

Joint Cardiac Clinics quarterly Dr. Mangat / Dr. Evans

Joint Renal Clinics quarterly Dr. Sinha / Dr. Obi

Joint Urology Clinics  quarterly Mrs. Patil / Dr. Obi

Joint Endocrine Clinics biannually Dr. Albanese / Dr. Ryalls

Joint Neurology Clinics  quarterly Dr. Kerr / Dr. Moss

Joint Gastroenterology Clinics quarterly Dr. Batra / Dr. Hanci

Plastic Surgery Clinics quarterly Mr. Powell / Dr. Ryalls

Diabetes Clinics  weekly  Dr. Sumner

Growth and Endocrine Clinics weekly Dr. Ryalls

One-stop Renal Clinics weekly Dr. Obi

Epilepsy Clinics weekly Dr. Moss

Asthma Clinics  monthly Dr. Godden

Allergy Clinics weekly  Dr. McQueen

Gastroenterology Clinics weekly Dr. Evans / Dr. Hanci

Joint Rheumatology monthly Dr Li / Dr Ryalls

Paediatric Surgery 28 / year  Mr Nicholls / Mr Murphy (with day cases)

Outreach Clinics:

Tertiary Endocrine Clinics monthly Dr. Ryalls (St. George’s Hospital)

Quaternary Late Effects Clinics twice monthly Dr. Ryalls (Royal Marsden Hospital)

Weekly combined X ray meetings within X ray department with specialist paediatric radiologist

Monthly perinatal / post natal M&M meetings with department of obstetrics

Fortnightly oncology MDT meeting

Monthly neonatal MDT meeting

Monthly diabetic MDT meeting

The department delivers 2-3 PLEAT days per year and we actively encourage trainees to attend the regional PLEAT days.

We have piloted our first SIM day and looking to bolster regular delivery of these training opportunities.

The Trust holds several Educational Half Days with breakout sessions in to each specialty.

The Trust is in the process of strengthening links with the University of Surrey which will make available opportunities in research involvement and participation.

Paediatric Department

Medical staffing consists of the following:
Trainees (12) 3 Paediatric STs (Level 2/3) 6 month posts Mar/Sep
1 Paediatric ST (Level 1) 6 month post (usually ST2) Mar/Sep
7 GPSTs 4 month posts Apr/Aug/Dec
1 FY2 4 month post Apr/Aug/Dec
Acute Consultant body (11)
6 non-resident consultants
5 resident consultants
Associate specialist / Staff Grade / Speciality Doctors (2 WTE)
1 FT Neonatology, Epilepsy
2 LTFT Education, Neonatology, Neuro-disability, Oncology

The department runs a consultant of the week (COW) system with round the clock resident consultant delivered care with the exception of weekend night shifts only. This allows improved patient care and satisfaction, enhanced supervision of trainees and numerous training opportunities.

Educational Opportunities

Example of our monthly educational programme and current rotas are included in the Paediatric Attachment Handbook. [link to ‘Paediatric Attachment Handbook’]

We actively encourage our more senior trainees to get involved and gain management experience through participation in clinical audit, guideline revision, Paediatric and Neonatal M&M meetings, Paediatric Business meetings, rota organisation, Neonatal steering groups meetings, A & E steering group meetings and Safeguarding processes.


Faculty Leadozan

Dr Ozan Hanci (Consultant Paediatrician and Faculty Lead). I trained as an undergraduate at St. Georges Hospital Medical School and undertook my paediatric training in both the South and North Thames rotations. I was appointed a Resident Consultant at Royal Surrey County Hospital in April 2014. I have a PGC in Public Health Nutrition and I am currently working towards an MSc in Clinical Nutrition. My interests are in paediatric gastroenterology, hepatology, nutrition and medical education.







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