Pediatrics & Neonatologist

The Pediatric clinic is an essential part of the local community, it’s where we diagnose and treat our children. The clinic provides a range of services for both healthy children and children with diseases. We are very experienced in ensuring children feel safe and secure – we don’t like tears in our clinic, so do rest assured that the child-friendly team here are experts at dealing with the most frightened of children. It is our aim for your son or daughter to enjoy his/her time with us in the fun environment we’ve created for you, and that as parents, you’re confident that visiting us means less worry.

In addition to our outpatient clinic, the Pediatric department has a wonderful, bright and cheerful in-patient ward.

The care we provide is holistic - we promote long-term good health, we’re passionate about education, and are dedicated to raising parents’ awareness of the importance of the history of illnesses in the family, to help mum’s and dad’s spot early warning signs.

Clinical offerings

  • Routine check-up
  • Assessment of growth and development
  • Nutritional health education (encouraging breast feeding and the correct technique, successful weaning programs, pre-school and school nutrition)
  • Maternal awareness of normal physiological neonatal changes
  • Preventative pediatrics (vaccinations, vitamin supplements, optimum hygiene measures during health and disease
  • Implementing safety measures in different environments for children
  • Preparing new mothers to accept their babies
  • Screening of high-risk children for various diseases
 
  • Dedicated room for vaccinations in our OPD
  • Specially trained nurses assigned for vaccinations
  • We offer all obligatory vaccines as per international guidelines
  • We offer optional vaccines as per international guidelines including Rota Virus vaccine, Hepatitis A vaccine, Chicken Pox vaccine, Meningococcal vaccine and Influenza Virus vaccine
  • Mandatory clinical examinations by the Pediatrician before giving the vaccine
  • Health education of parents about common complications that may occur after vaccination and how to manage them
  • Advice for follow-up in the rare event complications arisepost-vaccination
  • Upper Respiratory Tract Infection
  • Acute Tonsillopharyngitis
  • Acute Otitis Media
  • Croup (those with mild or no respiratory distress)
  • Acute Bronchitis
  • Pneumonia (those with mild or respiratory distress)
  • Bronchial Asthma
  • Chicken Pox
  • Measles
  • Mumps
  • Rubella
  • Scarlet Fever
  • Roseola Infantum
  • Infectious Mononucleosis
  • Herpetic Gingivostomatitis
  • Viral Hepatitis
  • Hand-Foot-Mouth Disease
  • Fever of unknown origin
  • Gastroenteritis
  • Viral Gastritis
  • Constipation (acute & chronic)
  • Abdominal Pain (including infantile colic and distension)
  • Feeding Intolerance
  • GERD
  • Urinary Tract infection
  • Nocturnal Enuresis
  • Nephrotic Syndrome
  • Renal Rickets
  • Anemia for investigation
  • Follow-up for cold chronic cases
  • Pupra for investigations

 

  • Follow-up of cold cases with Congenital Heart Disease
  • Follow-up of cold cases with Rheumatic Heart Disease

 

 

  • Follow-up of cold cases of Epilepsy
  • Follow-up of cold cases of Cerebral Palsy
  • Follow-up of cold cases of Neuromuscular problems 

 

  • Treatment and follow-up of Hypothyroidism
  • Treatment and follow-up of D.M.
  • Management of under nourishment cases (Marasmus and simple underweight)
  • Diagnosis and treatment of vitamin deficiencies
  • Nutritional services and health education for obese children

Doctors

Dr. Ahmed Abdullah Mohamed

Consultant - Pediatrics

Al Sharq Hospital, Fujairah

Dr. Shaher Mustafa Hammoudeh

Specialist - Pediatrician

Al Sharq Hospital, Fujairah

Dr. Ammar Nadim Ghannam

Specialist - Pediatrician

Al Sharq Hospital, Fujairah

Dr. Dina Hassan El-Beheiry

Specialist - Pediatrician

Al Sharq Hospital, Fujairah

Dr. Asmaa Elsayed M. Elmalek

General Practitioner

Al Sharq Hospital, Fujairah

Clinical Timings

Saturday to Thursday, 9 am to 1pm & 5 pm to 9 pm