Paediatric Care… as it should be
Excellence • Integrity • Commitment • Passion
Our clinic consists of 3 individuals all equally passionate about paediatric (pediatric) and newborn (neonatal) care in the Cayman Islands.
Our 3 highly respected, tertiary-trained paediatrics, Dr Sara Watkin, Dr Jasmina Marinova & Dr Sarah Newton, are bound by a common passion for exceptional newborn and paediatric care in the Cayman Islands.
We are supported by Dr Alison Duncan, consultant dermatologist with an interest in paediatric dermatology.
Choosing a Paediatrician in Grand Cayman
The services we provide
We provide a comprehensive range of children’s services, including neonatal, care, newborn care, general paediatrics & paediatric dermatology.
Newborn (Neonatal) Care
We are the only practice with full hospital admitting rights for neonatal care delivered by tertiary trained neonatal (newborn) specialists.
- Attending Deliveries
- Baby Checks & Immunisations
- Newborn Care
- Preterm & Complex Care
- 1st Year Paediatric Care
Paediatric Health & Care
We provide a truly comprehensive set of paediatric care services backed up by full admitting rights to George Town Hospital.
- Developmental Follow Up
- Well Child Checks
- Full Paediatric Care from 0-18 years
- School Medicals
- Complex Paediatric Care & Referrals
Providing a responsive, patient-focused, comprehensive dermatology service for our paediatric patients in modern facilities.
- Inflammatory Skin Conditions
- Infections, Bites & Bumps
- Rashes & Allergies
- Biopsies & Procedures
- Vulval Dermatology
Meet our Cayman Paediatricians & Paediatric Dermatologist
We are passionate about improving the quality of care available to those residing in Grand Cayman and that extends to an unwavering commitment to employ individuals with true expertise and a variety of unique special interests.
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