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Dr Austin Isaacs

Dr Austin Isaacs MBBS MSc FRCPCH 

Austin is an experienced General Paediatrician who we are delighted to have as our newest member to the Practice Team.  He qualified as a Consultant in 2003 and is based in North and Central London. He has worked in private practice since 2008 at The Portland Hospital and at The Kings Oak Enfield. He can assess any general paediatric problem and has particular interests in Gastroenterology e.g. abdominal pain, constipation, feeding problems and Rheumatology e.g. joint pains and musculoskeletal problems.  Austin has well established links with his Specialist Gastroenterology and Rheumatology colleagues, should invasive procedures such as endoscopy, colonoscopy or joint injections be indicated.  He also works closely with physiotherapists.  His philosophy of care is to fully address parental concerns and to teach self care where this will be helpful, while trying not to subject young children to unnecessary or harmful investigations.

He trained in London including at Great Ormond Street and in Sydney, Australia. His NHS work is based at Barnet Hospital and he works closely with many of the specialist teams at Great Ormond Street. He has previously held lead roles in Medical Education and Clinical Governance.

He has two young children which keep him mindful of the day to day problems and concerns parents have.

He currently sees infants from 28 days and can see children up to their 18th birthday.

 

 

 
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