Dr Martin Gray is a leading consultant pediatric intensivist based in London at Bright Futures , Chiswick Medical Center. He is trained and experienced in all aspects of pediatric critical care medicine and specializes in treating critically ill children with trauma , childhood cancer , infectious diseases , respiratory failure , endocrinology , gastroenterology and neurological problems. He practices in the NHS where he provides specialist pediatric intensive care that looks after children with cancer, congenital heart disease and neurological and neurosurgical problems.
Dr Gray trained in paediatric medicine and paediatric critical care in the UK and Australia and completed a three-year fellowship in paediatric critical care at Sick Kids Hospital, Toronto. His first senior position was as Assistant Professor at McMaster University Canada where he joined the paediatric critical care team. As a Paediatric Intensive Care Consultant at St George’s Hospital, he led on the development and expansion of the paediatric intensive care unit there working with the team to deliver excellent outcomes for children with cancer who require intensive care.
Dr Gray has an interest in Clinical Informatics and a Founding Fellow of the Faculty of Clinical Informatics. He was appointed St George's first Chief Clinical Information Officer in 2013 and saw the hospital become the second in the UK to reach HIMMS stage 6 for digital maturity.
Dr Gray continues to work in paediatric critical care medicine working at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and The Royal Brompton Hospital.
Dr Gray is and advocate for preventative paediatric healthcare and is pioneering the introduction of the American Academy of Pediatrics Bright Futures child health surveillance programme in the United Kingdom. At Bright Futures, Dr Martin Gray works alongside Dr Margarita Burmester where they provide paediatric primary care, child health surveillance and preventative care.