Dr. De Paediatric Service


As a general paediatrician Dr De sees children from infancy up to 16 years of age. She oversees the evaluation and management of childhood medical conditions, concerns in relation to infant feeding/weight gain, behavioural/developmental concerns of pre/primary school years, developmental disorders, language disorder and learning difficulties. 

Dr De has a special interest in management of problems relating to paediatric bowel-bladder dysfunction and incontinence including bedwetting (enuresis), day time urinary incontinence, constipation and faecal incontinence. 

Dr. De's Approach

Dr. De believes in a collaborative team approach that involves the child, their family, where necessary the school, the referring doctor, allied health professionals (speech/occupational therapist/psychologist) and other specialists involved in the care of the child. 

Children with neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, language disorders or learning difficulties (and quite often a combination of one or more of these) thrive when they are in a supported environment at home and school with well informed parents/carers and educators. 

Children with problems relating to bowel bladder dysfunction/incontinence too require a supported home and school environment with a structured toileting routine.  Identifying those support needs in a timely manner requires regular communication among parents, therapists and the teachers that are involved in the care of the child.

To make an appointment and for all enquires, please contact us:

Opening hours:

Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays

9am to 4:30pm.

Getting here:

Practice address: 14 Fisher Avenue, Pennant Hills

Street parking available as well as free parking in the adjacent shopping arcade, only a couple of minutes walk from the practice.