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Huertas Angela

Dr Angela Huertas

MD, MSc, FRCPCH

Consultant in Neonatology

Specialty
  • Neonatal medicine, Paediatric Neurodisability and Neurodevelopmental Paediatrics, Paediatrics
Sub-Specialties
  • Paediatric Neurodisability and Neurodevelopmental Paediatrics
Fixed Price Packages

About

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    Dr Huertas-Ceballos (Huertas) trained in General Medicine, Paediatrics, Neonatal Medicine and Developmental and Neonatal Neurology in Colombia and UK. She is a Fellow of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health; the Honorary Secretary of the Outcomes group at the Thames Regional Perinatal Group, and the Regional Advisor for North Centre Thames at the Royal College.

    At UCLH and the North Central Perinatal Network (NCLPN), Dr Huertas is the Lead clinician for the neurodevelopment follow up service for babies at risk of developmental problems, the Lead of the Neonatal Nutrition multidisciplinary team and Lead of the Developmental Care multidisciplinary team. She is the only NIDCAP trained doctor in the UK at present.

    Dr Huertas' work of more than 10 years at UCLH has inspired doctors from many other neonatal units and perinatal networks to continue monitoring babies after discharge at least until 2 years of age. She is the co-author of the 2-year questionnaire added to the Standardised Electronic Neonatal Database (SEND) currently in use by all units in England as a measure of quality of neonatal care.

    Dr Huertas’ research provides outcome data for studies on extreme preterm babies and babies with neonatal encephalopathy and is aimed at Neuroprotection and improvement of developmental outcomes.

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    Term and preterm babies, infants, toddlers and preschool age children with developmental delay, speech and /or motor delay, expert detailed assessment of milestones progression

Practice locations

NHS base

University College London Hospitals NHS

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