About Dr Sara

Paediatrician & Neonatologist

In Grand Cayman, both neonatal care (care for newborn babies, both well and with problems such as being preterm) and paediatric care is provided by what you would call a Paediatrician (Pediatrician). However, paediatrics and neonatal medicine are two distinct disciplines and I am trained and experienced in both. I moved to Grand Cayman in 2016 to bring a greater depth of neonatal care and experience when needed, whilst delivering the full breadth of paediatric care too.

I am an extremely experienced professional with more than 22 years’ service as a consultant in Neonatal Medicine and Paediatrics, following training in many of the UK’s foremost centres of excellence, including the world-renowned Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital. Before arriving in Cayman  I was Chief of Service at University College London Hospital, a world-class tertiary centre for the care of babies from 24 week’s gestation onwards and with a wide range of complex paediatric and neonatal challenges. Qualified in Paediatrics,  I have a wealth of experience in addressing the needs of children and babies literally from their earliest preterm & term days right through to early adulthood.

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My Practice & Clinic Information

GMC REGISTRATION: Full registration July 1987. No: 3120873
SPECIALIST REGISTER: 1996 General Paediatrics
MDC Cayman registration MD/PL/MED 438

Dr Sara – the Human!

I’m not just a doctor!

I moved to Grand Cayman with my husband, Andrew, and my son, Oliver, who attended St Ignatius, read Maths at University of Exeter and who now works here in Cayman at PWC. We have 3 other children who are all now independently making their mark on the world (although the lure of SMB etc will undoubtedly bring them here as frequently as time permits! We welcome our first grandchild into the world later this year.

We have added Baxter and Dusty (woof) to our family since we arrived. We’d love to tell you what types of dog they are but we aren’t 100% sure ourselves. I think the term ‘Cayman coconut’ applies.

We love Grand Cayman. It’s a very special place. You’ll find us walking our dogs in the early mornings. We love sunrise, it’s a very special time (Oliver, being a young adult, does not enjoy sunrise). Snorkelling is amazing, with Macabuca being particularly lovely. Drinks at sunset still remind us how privileged we are to be in such a beautiful place.

Services Provided

Newborn (Neonatal) Care

Care of Preterm or Sick Newborn Infants

Attending Deliveries

Baby Checks

Immunisations (both advising and administering)

Paediatric Care (full range of care)