Dr. Mary Doyle


As a consultant in Paediatric Neurodisability, Dr Doyle is passionate about helping children, young people and their families to gain understanding of their needs and obtain the support to thrive, be happy and achieve their personal best.

Dr Doyle works as a Paediatrician and completed her specialist Neurodisability training at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) while working within their Neurodisability clinics and their Neurology department where she completed her speciality and sub-speciality qualifications. After spending a Year at GOSH in a consultant post, the opportunity arose to apply for a position at the Evelina Children’s Hospital, Newcomen/Neurosciences Department which is a tertiary service. She currently works in the Newcomen Neurodevelopmental second opinion service where the team gives diagnoses and recommendations in neurodevelopment, learning, complex medical needs and mental health.

Dr Doyle is the Clinical lead for the Spinal cord clinic looking after children with Spina Bifida and spinal cord disorders, and the related Neurological and developmental needs. In addition, she works within the TANDeM (Tics and Neuro-developmental Movements) service. She also sees children and young people in a Movement assessment clinic, covering cerebral palsy, post-stroke, Developmental coordination disorder and various genetic conditions.

Within her clinics, Dr Doyle prescribes medications where appropriate including in ADHD, sleep difficulties, epilepsy, cerebral Palsy/increased tone, Tourettes syndrome and mental health difficulties. A major proportion of her job is writing appropriate recommendations for schools and EHCPs (Education and Health Care plans) and helping families know how to support and build their child to reach their full potential.

As a parent herself, she recognises what it feels like to worry and want the best for your child. She does her best to remember this when working with families and always strives to get the best outcome.

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