Dr Rashnik Ghalay MBChB FRCPCH
Dr Ghalay is a Consultant Paediatrician with over a decade's experience of working in the UK. She was born in Kenya and undertook her secondary education and medical training in the UK after being awarded a scholarship to study there. She graduated from the University of Manchester where she received honours and several prizes including the prize for Excellence in Paediatrics. She undertook her paediatric training in London covering a wide variety of subspecialities including emergency, ambulatory, paediatric and neonatal intensive care, gastroenterology, respiratory, allergy, haematology and developmental/behavioural paediatrics before returning to her home country in 2012. She is passionate about medical education and provision of good quality medical care in low-income settings.
Dr Bhupi Reel MD
Dr. Reel obtained his Medical Doctorate from Boston University School of Medicine. He then underwent residency training in Paediatrics at Miami Children’s Hospital before undertaking a Paediatric Critical Care sub-specialty fellowship at the University of California, San Francisco. He subsequently worked in London with the Children’s Acute Transport Service, at Great Ormond Street Hospital in the Paediatric and Cardiac Intensive Care Units and as a Consultant Paediatric Intensivist at The Royal London Hospital. He has over a decade's experience in Paediatric Intensive Care and is the Head of Paediatrics at M.P. Shah Hospital where he provides emergency and intensive care for our patients. He is also a lecturer at the University of Nairobi.
Footprints Paediatrics was set up in 2013 with the aim of using our experience in a wide variety of paediatric specialities in order to provide top quality care for children in Nairobi. We are unique in being a team of fully internationally trained paediatricians whose practice is based on international evidence based guidelines.
Our clinic is situated within The Nest Children's Village - a charitable home for abandoned and orphaned children for whom we also provide medical care.
We are fortunate to be parents to two boys who keep us busy and are constantly teaching us new aspects of paediatrics!