Dr Kalu Ogbureke is a leading consultant paediatrician based in London and Frimley with specialist expertise in neonatal and respiratory medicine. He has over 20 years of medical experience in several aspects of paediatric care, including respiratory conditions; asthma in children; children's food allergies; feeding newborns and childhood vaccines and immunisation.
Dr Ogbureke graduated from the University of Nigeria in 1987 before moving to the UK, where he studied paediatrics at King's College Hospital London and the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Bristol, and obtained a diploma in child health from the Royal College of Physicians. He became a fellow of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health in 2004 two years after completing his specialist training, and later went on to accomplish two additional trainings in paediatric safeguarding and neonatal life support.
In addition to his profession as a clinician, Dr Ogbureke has an esteemed reputation as a researcher, manager and teacher. He was the Chief Medical Director of Delta State University Teaching Hospital in Nigeria and was the local coordinator at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital for the UK and Ireland's wide “EPICURE 2” study, which looked at the outcomes of babies born before 27 weeks. Dr Ogbureke also has experience in legal cases and has been writing medico-legal reports regarding child protection and perinatal care for more than a decade.
Alongside his work in the NHS, Dr Ogbureke sees patients privately, at 84 Harley Street, Chiswick Medical Centre and the Parkside Suite at the Frimley Park Hospital.