The Pediatrics Department of the American Outpatient Medical Center and the top pediatricians housed within render science-based services for diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up of diseases along with preventive medicine services for all children, including newborns up until the age of 15.

Our department has been planned with the utmost care and vigilance to maximize safety for our child patients and thus hospital infections are statistically speaking extremely rare. Outpatient waiting and examination rooms are designed to ensure that children feel safe and comfortable while they are examined. Moreover, employees are conscientious in all their actions to avoid negatively effecting each child patient’s psychological well being.

The experienced and good-humored team housed in the Pediatrics Department provides child patients with accurate diagnosis and best quality treatment methods to ensure their health in an environment where they feel maximum comfort and security. We are completely aware that we are ultimately responsible for the health of our child patients who represent the future.


Divisions of our department include general pediatrics, pediatric allergies, pediatric endocrinology, pediatric cardiology, pediatric nephrology, pediatric neurology, pediatric gastroenterology, pediatric hematology and oncology as well as the newborn unit.
All signs and symptoms of febrile illnesses, respiratory tract infections, gastrointestinal disorders, urinary tract and kidney infections, neurological diseases, blood diseases, pediatric cancers, pediatric allergies, and neonatal diseases comprise the group of admission complaints received by our department.
The sub-services include outpatient clinic, inpatient clinic, A&E, newborn room and the neonatal intensive care unit.
Our pediatricians carry out educational activities voluntarily in order to inform families about the birth process and the subsequent post-natal issues. These educational programs are reviewed every year by considering the details that are mostly asked by parents in order to support the physical, mental and developmental health of our children.