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Pediatric and Neonatal

Pediatric and Neonatal Surgery

The department of Paediatric Surgery provides Secondary and Tertiary Level surgical care and is staffed by experienced and caring doctors.

We provide surgical management of children with congenital and acquired diseases who are admitted to KHUH on an elective and emergency basis and work closely with the Dept. of Paediatrics and Neonatology.

Our services range from full term and preterm neonates to the age of 14 years. We manage a broad variety of surgical conditions, these include:

  • Thoracic surgery (mediastinal masses, congenital pulmonary malformations)
  • Abdominal surgery (Bowel, Pancreas, Spleen)
  • Hepatobiliary surgery (Kasai, Choledochal Cysts, Liver resection)
  • Renal and ureteric abnormalities (Nephrectomy, Pyeloplasty)
  • Tumours (Wilms, Hepatoblastoma, Rhabdomyosarcoma, Neuroblastoma)
  • Neonatal surgery (Necrotising enterocolitis, Jejunal atresia, Tracheoesophageal atresia and Fistula,
  • Omphalocele, Gastroschisis)
  • Anorectal surgery (Imperforate Anus)
  • General pediatric services (Hernias, Orchidopexy, Circumcision, PEG tube, OGD)
  • Oncology and vascular access (Portacath insertion, Excisional biopsy) Trauma
  • Prof. Martin Corbally

    Consultant Pediatric Surgeon


    - Surgery of pediatric linguino scrotal conditions (hernia, hydrocele, undescended testis).
    - Hypospadias surgery.
    - Abdominal surgery for conditions in children.
    - Surgery of Ano-rectal conditions.

  • Dr. Gabriel Fox

    Consultant Paediatrics


    - Common childhood issues and illness.
    - Newborn care.
    - Asthma.
    - Feeding problems.
    - Newborn developmental problems.

  • Dr. Hadhami Ben Turkia


  • Dr. Mohammed Amin Al Awadhi


  • Dr. Emad EL Din Abdel Aziz Shatla

    Consultant Pediatrics & Neonatology


    - Respiratory and Cardiac support for neonatal NICU.
    - Medical management of all preterm babies.
    - Medical management of all post-operative neonate.
    - Nutritional support of very low birth weight…


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