Paediatrics – North London
- General Paediatrics
- Sleep Problems
- Bed Wetting
- Feeding/Eating Problems
- Abdominal Pains
- Dedicated Physiotherapy classes for Children
- Respiratory Problems
- Chest Infection
- Allergy Problems
- Growth Disorders
- Speech Therapy
- Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
Dr Anthony Cohn MBBS (London 1989) MRCP FRCPCH
Dr Deborah Zeitlin is a leading senior consultant general paediatrician who specialises in infant and child feeding, sleep management, and childhood acute infections alongside respiratory and throat conditions, skin conditions, hay fever and congenital conditions. She privately practises at International and Private Care section at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, The Therapeutic Consultants clinic at the 999 Medical & Diagnostic Centre as well as at several top London clinics. Her NHS base is the Great Ormond Street Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. She sees patients from infancy to 18 years old.
Dr Zeitlin sees patients with all common illnesses of childhood, and specialises in assessing and managing childhood feeding concerns, children’s physical and psychological development, parental/child bonding, critical care and the after effects of serious childhood illness. Another of her primary interests is children who have Complex Care medical needs: this includes rare or difficult to treat conditions, chronic conditions, or multiple conditions. Dr Zeitlin also provides tailored support for patients and families to navigate through the UK health system.
Dr Zeitlin graduated from Birmingham University Medical School in 2001 with an additional degree in psychiatry. She initially trained in Adult Medicine (gaining MRCP), before training in Paediatrics (FRCPCH) with sub-specialty qualification in Paediatric Intensive Care Medicine. She has been at Great Ormond Street Hospital since 2018 as a Consultant General Paediatrician and Named Doctor for Safeguarding (since 2020).
In addition to her clinical work, Dr Zeitlin sat on the European Paediatric Life Support Committee, from 2015 to 2022, and is a resuscitation instructor for children’s life support. She has written various publications (chapters, articles in peer-reviewed journals and various media publications) in the of child development, maternal foetal bonding, paediatric resuscitation, Kaposi’s sarcoma in children (an HIV-related condition), childhood anaesthesia and depression.
Tel : 07889 965094
Neeta qualified from Manchester Medical School in 1992. Her training rotation included Great Ormond Street Hospital, St Mary’s Hospital and Monash University Hospital, Melbourne, Australia. She was appointed as a general consultant paediatrician at The Whittington Hospital in 2005 and developed a subspecialist allergy interest, setting up and leading a now large hospital and community-based allergy service which currently sees over 1000 children a year.
She has held senior leadership roles at Whittington Health for many years including Clinical Director for children and young people’s services. Having had firsthand experience of a son with multiple allergies, she understands the distress this can cause to both child and parents and the importance of early recognition, diagnosis, and care
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