Dr Nagui Elshimy
MBBCh, DP, MRCP, MRCPCH, MMedSci, CCST, FRCP, FRCPCH
"Spire hospitals are well known for its high standards of clinical care. The working atmosphere is professional, caring as well as friendly."
I have been working as a consultant paediatrician in the UK since 1999. Previous to this I had worked in several hospitals across the Middle East spanning 12 years. During my training, I developed a special interest in congenital renal (kidney) problems, including detection antenatally (before birth) and providing counselling to pregnant mothers and management after birth. My interest means that I am a specialist in dealing with childhood related kidney and urinary tract problems. During my work at Leeds University, I also developed an interest in childhood constipation ad I have published a medical article in this field which can be found in the Internal Journal of Clinical Medicine. My varied career to date has allowed me to develop a solid skill set in managing various paediatric conditions.
I specialise in general paediatrics with a specific interest in: 1-General paediatric nephrology: this will involve childhood urinary tract problems. 2-Congenital renal (kidney) malformations: I provide counselling to pregnant mothers whom have had abnormal scans regarding the urinary tract of their babies. I am also able to assess and manage these babies after delivery. 3-I have special interest in childhood constipation and I have publication I this area.
My current work includes running three general paediatric clinics per week, providing emergency on call cover and regular patient ward rounds involving both general paediatrics and neonates.
1. I am the college tutor at Good hope hospital which means I am responsible for teaching university of Birmingham medical students and supervising the training of junior doctors. 2. I was the Clinical Director for the Paediatrics division at Heart of England Foundation Trust from 2010-2012. 3. I was the clinical Lead in Paediatrics at Good Hope hospital between 2007-2010. 4. I led the design and development of the new paediatric assessment unit at Good Hope Hospital.
In addition to my clinical work, I am an honorary senior lecturer at the University of Birmingham medical school. I designed and created an annual paediatric revision course for the final year medical students. I have received excellent formal feedback and have been awarded with the ‘Recognising Excellence in Medical Education’ (REME) award from the University of Birmingham. I am also leading the teaching programme at good hope hospitals and have been heavily involved in co-ordinating medical students across the trust. As well as this, I led on the design and development of the paediatric assessment unit at Good Hope Hospital; a project which took a year to complete and was opened as a fully functional unit in 2007 and still fully functional.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Nagui Elshimy at Spire include:
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MBBCh / University of Cairo / 1979
Bachelor of Medicine
MBBCh is the graduation qualification from the Medical School
I am the college tutor at Good hope hospital which means I am responsible for teaching university of Birmingham medical students and supervising the training of junior doctors.
I was the Clinical Director for the Paediatrics division at Heart of England Foundation Trust from 2010-2012.
I was the clinical Lead in Paediatrics at Good Hope hospital between 2007-2010.
I led the design and development of the new paediatric assessment unit at Good Hope Hospital.
“Strangulated diaphragmatic hernia presenting at 7 weeks of life as intractable shock.” – BMJ Case Rep 2013
"Transforming paediatric services in an acute hospital” – Austraila Conference
Estimating nursing requirements using bed occupancy levels – Nursing children and young people, May 2011
"Interactable neonatal jaundice due to hereditary spherocytosis and Gilbert’s syndrome” – BMJ, Case reports 2011
“Multiple or Disseminated Pyogenic Granulomata? A Complex Presentation in a nine-year-old boy. Perio 2005; vol 3: 205-211
“Tuberculosis, deprivation, and ethnicity in Leeds, UK, 1982-1997” – Arch Dis Child 2001; 84: 109 – 113
“Outcome in children under 5 years of age with constipation: a prospective follow-up study” – Int J ClinPract. 200 Jan-Feb; 54(1): 25-7
“Scorpion venom cardiomyopathy” – Am Heart J. 1992 Mar; 123(3): 725-9
Paediatric consultant, Good Hope Hospital, Heart of England Foundation Trust
Honorary senior lecturer, Birmingham University
Royal College Tutor for paediatrics
My hobbies include travelling and sport. As a medical student I was a member of the rowing team at Cairo University and participated in numerous competitions. I also enjoy Jazz music and attending live music concerts locally with my family.