Dr Marie Wheeler

Specialisms:

All general paediatric conditions including gastro-oesophageal reflux, urinary tract infection, headache and abdominal pain. Paediatric allergy and food intolerances, asthma and respiratory disorders, immunology and chronic fatigue syndrome.

Qualifications:

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MB ChB) Sheffield 1989
Member of the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP) 1994
Diploma in Child Health (DCH) 1992
Teaching and Learning for Health Professionals (TLHP)2005

Career and experience:

Marie graduated from Sheffield University in 1989 and completed Specialist Paediatric Registrar training in Birmingham and the South West, beginning allergy training in Bristol.
She is the Specialty Director for Childrens’ Services at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital. Since her consultant appointment, she has had a number of roles including leading the Paediatric allergy team at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital and Cheltenham General Hospital, Clinical Tutor, Foundation Programme Director and is currently also the Trust Support champion supporting Doctors returning to clinical practice.
Dr Wheeler offers private appointments for general paediatrics and paediatric allergy consultations, in addition to existing NHS appointments. Children are seen at Leckhampton Surgery, which has full paediatric facilities.

Marie says:

“My aim is to use the wealth of clinical experience I have gained over many years in the NHS and the last 7 years in private practice to help families and children in the diagnosis and management of ‘whatever the problem is’. I am able to put both parent/carer and child at ease so we can navigate the way forward together. This is also helped by having well established networks at the local and regional hospitals . Many families come back to me with subsequent new problems or with younger siblings over time. I gain huge reward from my patient’s satisfaction.”

Patient says:

“This is the third or fourth time we have seen Dr Wheeler and you cannot fault the service in any way’’ From (anonymised)patient feedback survey”

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