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Consultant Paediatric Intensivist Dr Martin Gray

Dr Martin P Gray

MRCP FRCPCH FFICM FFCMEd

Consultant Paediatric Intensivist

Fixed Price Packages

About

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    Dr Gray studied and worked at the Toronto Hospital for Sick Children, Canada, Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, McMaster University, Canada and The Children’s Hospital, Westmead, Sydney Australia. He has been a consultant since 2005, having held positions at McMaster University, St George’s Hospital and currently at The Harley Street Clinic. As well as holding clinical and management leadership positions in the NHS Dr Gray is a Clinical Informaticist having clinically led digital transformation at St George’s, he is a clinical information officer at Chelsea and Westminster and is a fellow of the Faculty of Clinical Informatics.

    Dr Gray has experience of children’s critical care from working around the world, he is an expert in critical care in children, with particular experience in children with cancer or neurological conditions who need intensive care. At St George’s he led a team of 8 consultant paediatric intensivists and saw the unit improve in terms of activity, quality and outcomes.

    Dr Gray has worked for over 10 years in private practice in London as part of the Paediatric Intensivist Group who provide a paediatric critical care service to The Harley Street Clinic, Part of HCA International. The focus of care is on children with complex conditions including those with cancer and neurosurgical conditions including brain tumours. Dr Gray was lead for Clinical Governance at the clinic for a number of years. Dr Gray has worked with The Healthy London Partnership and NHS England (London) on the Paediatric Critical Care Forum helping to improve the network of critical care services for families in the Capital. He is a board member of the recently formed North Thames Paediatric Operational Delivery Network.

    After studying and working in critical care for many years Dr Gray has started a practice in preventative healthcare aiming to reduce late diagnoses of serious illness and chronic conditions in children.

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    Paediatric health check-ups and Preventive Paediatrics

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