Dr Pradip Thakker

Consultant Paediatrician

Practising at

Spire Leicester Hospital

Spire Nottingham Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Pradip Thakker at Spire include:


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Professional profile

I have been a Consultant Paediatrician since the year 2000 and a Consultant at the Queens Medical Centre in Nottingham since 2005.

I have extensive experience of seeing children with general problems such as asthma, epilepsy, constipation, allergies and feeding issues in addition to the diagnosis of children's heart problems, including murmurs/palpitations and chest pains.

I have a special interest in children experiencing fits, faints or funny turns and dizziness.

I am an examiner for the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health and an executive member of a Special Interest Paediatric Cardiology Group.

Clinical Interests

Paediatric cardiology
Respiratory medicine

Special Clinical Interests: Paediatric Cardiology, heart murmur investigation, Cardiac screening for children with family history of congenital heart defects/arrhythmias and Cardiac related unexplained deaths in families. Paediatric Gastroenterology and Paediatric Neurology.

Private contact details

Telephone 0116 265 3685
Private secretary Ruth Bowen
Private secretary telephone 07516922052
Private secretary email
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Qualification and professional memberships

Professional memberships

British Medical Association
British Congenital Cardiac Association
Fellow Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health
Royal College of Physicians
Paediatric Expertise in Cardiology Special Interest Group
Chair of Paediatric Governance Group
Medical Protection Society

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Current NHS posts

Consultant Paediatrician at Queens Medical Centre in Nottingham and Honorary Consultant at the Glenfield Hospital, University Hospitals Leicester

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Personal Profile

I speak English, Hindi & Gujarati. Outside of medicine my interests include sport, music and supporting charitable causes.

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