Paediatric clinics

General paediatric outpatient clinics

East Surrey Hospital

  • Monday all day
  • Tuesday mornings
  • Wednesday all day
  • Rapid Access Clinic held in the afternoons

Crawley Hospital

  • all day clinics on Thursdays and Fridays

Horsham Hospital

  • Tuesday and Wednesday mornings
  • Diabetic patients are also seen at Horsham, generally on the second Tuesday of the month

Oxted Health Centre

  • First, second and fourth Friday morning of the month

Moatfield Surgery, East Grinstead

  • First and third Monday morning (some of these are set aside for specific diabetes clinics)


Specialty outpatient clinics

  • Cardiology and echo clinics

    Twice a month on Monday afternoons at East Surrey Hospital with Dr Majeed Jawad.

  • Cystic fibrosis

    Once a month at both East Surrey Hospital and Crawley Hospital with Dr Catherine Greenaway. These children can also be seen in the joint specialist respiratory clinic (see below)

  • Diabetes clinics

    East Surrey Hospital: Monday afternoons

    Horsham Hospital: second Tuesday morning of the month

    Crawley Hospital: second and fourth Thursday morning of the month

    Dr Ivor Lewis and/or Dr Neemisha Jain

  • Paediatric dermatology

    Monthly on a Monday morning with Dr Sandeep Cliff and Dr Debbie Pullen

  • Endocrinology, growth and puberty

    Monday mornings at East Surrey Hospital with Dr Debbie Pullen

  • Epilepsy

    East Surrey Hospital: Every second and fourth Monday afternoon of the month with Dr Paul Wright, community paediatrician with special interest in epilepsy.

    Child Development Centre in Crawley: Approximately every 2 weeks on a Thursday afternoon with Dr Patricia Atkinson, community paediatrician.

  • Haematology clinics

    East Surrey Hospital: Thursday afternoons with Dr Kamal Khoobarry.

  • High-risk neonatal clinic

    Dr Abdul Khader runs a high-risk neonatal clinic for babies born less than 29 weeks and 6 days. The clinic is held at East Surrey Hospital on Wednesday mornings. These babies will have a follow-up for the first two years of their life – the frequency will be as per the medical needs of the baby. For more information, visit the Neonatal Unit page.

  • Oncology

    There are three dedicated oncology cubicles on Outward Ward, the children’s inpatient ward at East Surrey Hospital.

  • Paediatric Surgery and Urology

    East Surrey Hospital: every Thursday

    Crawley Hospital: once a month on a Thursday

    For more information, see the paediatric surgery and urology page.

  • Rheumatology

    Twice a month on Wednesday mornings at East Surrey Hospital.

  • Respiratory and allergy

    East Surrey Hospital: two Wednesday afternoons a month

    Crawley Hospital: every Thursday afternoon

    Dr Catherine Greenaway

    GPs can refer patients directly to the paediatric team by faxing a letter to 01737 231780. If a GP suspects a child has a condition which warrants an urgent paediatric outpatient review (within 2 weeks), they can refer them to the Rapid Access Clinic on Wednesday afternoons at East Surrey Hospital by faxing the referral to the same number, 01737 231780. All letters are triaged by a paediatric consultant who will refer the patient to the appropriate outpatient clinic.

Clinics with visiting consultants

  • Cardiology

    Cardiology consultants from Guy’s Hospital, St Thomas and Royal Brompton hold clinics at Crawley Hospital and East Surrey Hospital.

  • Clinical genetics

    Held at Crawley Hospital, on the third Thursday of the month. Run by Dr Meriel McEntagart from St George’s Hospital.

  • Complex urology cases

    Held the first Thursday afternoon of the month with Mr Varadarajan Kalisdasan from Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital, Brighton. Held either at Crawley Hospital or East Surrey Hospital.

  • Endocrinology

    Clinics are held at East Surrey Hospital with Dr Assunta Albanese, consultant endocrinologist from St George’s Hospital, and Dr Debbie Pullen.

  • Epilepsy

    Held at the Crawley Child Development Centre in Crawley Hospital with Dr Krishna Das, consultant paediatric neurologist from Great Ormond Street Hospital.

  • Gastroenterology

    10 clinics held a year: four at Crawley Hospital and six at East Surrey Hospital with Dr Sally Mitton, paediatric gastroenterologist, from St George’s Hospital and Dr Yasser Ngem, East Surrey Hospital locum paediatric consultant.

  • Nephrology (kidneys)

    Paediatric nephrology cases are currently referred to Guy’s Hospital, but we are in discussions with Guy’s about restarting outreach clinics at SASH. Patients are referred to these clinics by paediatric consultants.

  • Neurology

    Clinics are held in the Community Child Health Department at East Surrey Hospital with Dr Penny Fallon, consultant neurologist from St George’s Hospital, with Dr Paul Wright, community paediatrician.

    For the Crawley area, neurology clinics are held in the Child Development Centre based at Crawley Hospital with Dr Antonia Clarke from St George’s Hospital.

  • Orthopaedics

    Held at East Surrey Hospital and Crawley Hospital. Led by Karen Daly, orthopaedic consultant from St George’s Hospital and held with physiotherapists.

  • Respiratory clinic

    Clinics are held at East Surrey Hospital and Crawley Hospital for general respiratory conditions and young patients with cystic fibrosis, with Dr Ian Balfour-Lynn from the Royal Brompton Hospital and Dr Catherine Greenaway.