Paediatric Outpatients Department
Roxburgh Children's Centre
Opening hours 9.00am – 5.30pm Monday to Friday.
We run a large range of clinics for babies, children and adolescents.
- Consultant and Middle grade general paediatric clinics.
- Nurse led clinics
- Procedures and investigations eg blood tests (phlebotomy) immunizations etc.
- Play specialist clinics
- Specialist clinics
- Physiotherapists/occupational therapists
The specialist clinics including allergy, diabetes, cystic fibrosis oncology, and enuresis. We carry out some procedures in the Centre such as chemotherapy, cryotherapy and echocardiograms.
In addition there is a range of community clinics . These include Consultant, Registrar and SHO clinics, ADHD Specialist Nurse clinic and the Communication Disorder Clinic (CDC) which involves a range of health professionals.
- Dr S Rubin
- Dr B Piel
- Dr G Rewitzky
- Dr W Wnuk
- Dr A Reeve
- Dr Adiga
- Dr Nair
- Dr A O’Neill
- Dr N Fawi
Nursing and clerical staff
The department is organised by Paediatric nurses and Health care assistants ,and clerical support from our receptionists.
- Sarah Grief – Staff Nurse
- Jo Titman – Paediatric Senior Support Worker
- Kaye King – Receptionist
- Linda Grange – Receptionist
We offer clinics here from other Consultants at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, these include:
We have a variety of clinics run by visiting Consultants, which include:
- Cystic Fibrosis
Days of clinics
Morning – Oncology, Dr Wnuk, Urology or Surgical and Community Clinics
Afternoon – Dr Rubin, Enuresis and Dermatology
Morning – Dr Rewitzky, CDC Meetings and Community Clinic
Afternoon – Diabetes, Early Access Clinic and Community Clinic
Morning - Phlebotomy, Mrs Hutchinson and Community clinic
Afternoon – Mrs Hutchinson, Dr Rubin and Dr Adiga
Morning – Dr Adiga, ADHD Clinic and Community Clinics
Afternoon – Dr Reeve, Dietitians, Early Access Clinic and Community Clinics
Morning – Phlebotomy, Allergy/Food Intolerance Clinic and Community Clinics
Afternoon – Immunisations, Dr Piel and Young Person’s Diabetic Clinic
The running of the clinics
In each clinic, children will have their height and weight recorded and sometimes also their blood pressure and urine tested. There are often several clinics running at once so not everyone in the waiting area is for the same clinic. If you have any questions while you are here, please feel free to ask a member of staff who will be happy to help.