Dr Majeed Jawad

Consultant Paediatrician


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Dr Majeed Jawad, Consultant Paediatrician at Spire Gatwick Park private hospital in Horley, Surrey offering private appointments to patients in Surrey and Sussex in our clean and comfortable private hospital.

Dr Jawad has been a Consultant Paediatrician since 1992. He is the lead for Paediatric Cardiology and safeguarding children at SASH.

He also runs respiratory and allergy clinics as part of his interest and training. Dr Jawad also is a founder member of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health and he is currently the Strategic Lead for Training and Examination for ME&NA at the RCPCH.

Dr Jawad is a founder of the South Thames Paediatric Respiratory Group which he chaired for 10 years between 1993 and 2003. Dr Jawad is a senior examiner for the MRCPCH Paediatrics and has contributed to two major textbooks in Paediatrics.

Dr Jawad received his training in Paediatrics at Cardiff, University Hospital, Bristol Children hospital, Queen Mary’s University Hospital London, Westminster Children’s Hospital , Charing Cross, North Middlesex and the Royal Brompton Hospital. The last part of his training was mainly in Cardio-respiratory at the Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Trust.

Dr Jawad is an honorary consultant at the Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Trust. Dr Jawad special interests are cardiology, respiratory and allergies. Organiser and examiner for MRCPCH examinations in UK and Internationally.


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