Dr. Sara Khawaja
Specialist Paediatrician

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Locations
HealthBay, Motor City

Dr. Sara Khawaja
Specialist Paediatrician

Spoken Languages: English and Urdu

 

Specializations

  • Sick visits – childhood infections, wheezing, rashes
  • Well visits – vaccination, monitoring of growth and development
  • Management of chronic conditions including asthma, allergies, eczema, constipation, reflux, bedwetting, anemia
  • Developmental assessments – assessment, diagnosis and management of developmental delays, autism, ADHD

Professional Experience

Dr Sara Khawaja is a General Pediatrician with over 20 years experience. She is a member of the Royal College of Pediatrics and Child Health (UK).

She trained in Pediatrics in the United Kingdom and Singapore where she gained intensive general pediatric and subspecialty experience at Queen’s Park Hospital, UK and at KK Women and Children’s Hospital and the National University Hospital, Singapore.

In the UAE, Dr Sara has worked at Latifa Hospital, a busy government tertiary centre for sick children and several private clinics.

Dr Sara provides general pediatric services including vaccinations, growth monitoring, sick visits and management of chronic conditions including asthma, allergies, eczema, constipation, reflux, anemia and bedwetting.

In addition, Dr Sara has a special interest in Developmental Pediatrics. This involves detailed assessment, diagnosis and management of children with delayed milestones, special needs and neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism spectrum disorder and ADHD.

Dr Sara is strongly committed to each child as a whole person, providing holistic care not only for physical ailments but also for behavioural, social, educational and psychological needs. She firmly believes that children are best understood within the interlinking contexts of family, school and biology. To this end, she is passionate about guiding children, parents and teachers in the establishment of a healthy lifestyle and encouraging preventive approaches and medicine.

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