Dr Marie Le Page

Consultant Paediatrician

MD, France

  • Fellow member of the Royal College of Paediatrics
  • Member of the British Association for Community Child Health
  • Member of the British Academy of Childhood Disability
  • Member of the International Children Continence Society

Dr. Marie is a consultant paediatrician who has dedicated her career to providing the best care possible for children. She has spent years committed to furthering her knowledge and understanding of paediatric care, regularly attending conferences and seminars to ensure she has the latest skills and expertise in her field. She has a special interest in developmental paediatrics and is passionate about helping children and their families access the resources they need to give them the best start in life. She is particularly dedicated to providing the most comprehensive and up-to-date care she can for her patients and has a great track record of improving patient outcomes through evidence-based practice. In addition, she has a wide network of paediatric specialists that she consults for any referrals.

She treats children for common and complex concerns, such as routine check-ups and immunisations as needed, acute illness and infections, skin rashes, common respiratory problems (e.g., cough, wheezes), gastrointestinal problems (e.g., reflux, constipation, feeding difficulties), and bedwetting. Her special interest in developmental paediatrics allows her to help with more complex difficulties such as social communication difficulties (ASD) and delays in development. She strives to provide an individualised and holistic approach to each child and family she sees, helping them understand their child’s health needs and develop a plan for the best possible care.

Dr. Marie believes that her role as a paediatrician is about more than just providing medical care; it also entails developing relationships with children and their families as well as listening to and understanding their needs. She says, “I feel very privileged to be able to make an impact on a child’s health, to see them grow and mature over the years, and to develop meaningful relationships with the whole family.”

When she is not at work, she enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, and traveling.