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Best Paediatricians in Delhi, India

Dr. Prashant Jain

Senior Director - Paediatric Surgery & Coordinator Paediatric Super Specialties


Centre For Child Health, Paediatric Surgery & Paediatric Urology

Dr. Kumar Ankur

Director & HOD - Centre For Child Health


Centre For Child Health, Neonatology and Neonatal Intensive Care

Dr. Jasjit Singh Bhasin

Director & HOD - Pediatrics


Centre For Child Health, General Paediatrics

Dr. Rachna Sharma

Director - Centre For Child Health


Centre For Child Health, Paediatric Intensive Care

Dr. B.B Aggarwal

Associate Director - Pediatrics


Centre For Child Health, General Paediatrics

Dr. Shikha Mahajan

Associate Director - Pediatrics


Centre For Child Health, General Paediatrics, Adolescent Medicine

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Dr. Ankit Parakh

Associate Director - Paediatric Pulmonology & Sleep Medicine - Centre For Child Health


Centre For Child Health, Paediatric Pulmonology & Sleep Medicine

Dr Gaurav Garg

Associate Director - Paediatric Cardiology - Heart & Vascular Institute


Centre For Child Health, Heart & Vascular Institute, Paediatric Cardiology

Dr. R K Alwadhi

Principal Consultant - Pediatrics


Centre For Child Health, General Paediatrics

Dr. Shacchee Baweja

Sr. Consultant - Centre For Child Health


Centre For Child Health, Lactation Consultant Services

Dr. Vipul Baweja

Sr. Consultant - Pediatrics


Centre For Child Health, General Paediatrics

Dr. Swati Bhardwaj

Sr. Consultant - Centre For Child Health


Centre For Child Health, Paediatric Nephrology

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Who are Paediatricians?

A paediatrician is an expert on infants, children and adolescents’ health. They are responsible for diagnosing, managing and treating all kinds of conditions faced by children. Paediatricians see patients until the age of 18. They can either be primary caregivers or specialists.

2. Which conditions & types of disease are treated by Paediatricians?

Paediatricians treat various diseases and conditions that are including of:

3. How often should my child see a paediatrician?

Depending on the age of the child, infants should regularly visit their paediatricians at the ages of 1, 4, 6, 12, and 24 months. From age 3, annual visits are recommended. Different individuals have different needs and may need more frequent visits if necessary.

4. How much does it cost to consult a paediatrician?

The cost of a paediatrician depends on the education and experience of the doctor. Different conditions have different requirements, and patients can consult paediatricians of different subspecialties to meet their requirements.

5. How do I make an appointment with a pediatrician in Delhi?

To make an appointment with a pediatrician in Delhi, you can call the pediatrician's office directly or check their website for an online booking system. You may need to provide information such as your child's name, age, and reason for the visit. Some offices may also require insurance information.

6. Does Pediatrician performs surgeries?

Yes, pediatricians in Delhi can perform certain minor surgeries such as circumcisions, removing warts or moles, and repairing lacerations. However, for more complex procedures, they typically refer patients to pediatric surgeons who have specialized training in performing surgeries on children.

7. Can Pediatrician deliver babies?

Pediatricians do not typically deliver babies. Obstetricians or family medicine physicians with obstetric training usually manage the care of pregnant women and deliver babies. After delivery, a pediatrician can provide care for the newborn and monitor their health and development.

8. What are the diagnostic tests and procedures ordered by Pediatricians in Delhi?

Pediatricians in Delhi may order various diagnostic tests and procedures based on a child's medical condition. These can include blood tests, urine tests, X-rays, ultrasounds, CT scans, MRI scans, echocardiograms, and pulmonary function tests. The specific tests and procedures ordered will depend on the child's symptoms, medical history, and suspected diagnosis.

9. How do Pediatricians treat Childhood diseases?

Pediatricians treat childhood diseases by conducting physical exams, diagnosing illnesses, and prescribing medications or recommending other treatments. They also provide preventive care, including vaccinations and health screenings, and offer advice on nutrition, safety, and development. Treatment plans may vary depending on the specific disease and its severity.

10. Does a Pediatrician in Delhi provide vaccination plan?

Yes, pediatricians provide vaccination plans for children based on their age and medical history. Vaccinations protect children from a range of serious and potentially life-threatening illnesses, and pediatricians work closely with families to ensure that their children receive the appropriate vaccines at the recommended times.

11. How does a Pediatrician track your child's growth?

Pediatricians track a child's growth by regularly measuring their height, weight, and head circumference and comparing these measurements to standardized growth charts. They also assess developmental milestones, such as language and motor skills, and may conduct additional tests if they suspect any issues with growth or development.