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Our Team

Henry Hubermann

Paediatrician (Specialist in child and adolescence medicine)

Already when I was nine years old, I knew that I wanted to be a paediatrician.

After having worked in various hospitals at home and abroad for many years, I fulfilled my dream of opening my own practice in 2006. Here I can put my expertise and passion to good use.

The children should feel at ease in my practice and should want to come back and the parents should also feel comfortable.

Life is becoming more and more hectic and hardly any one takes the time to listen any more. I always make time for your questions, worries and fears

Dr. Ragnhild Dallwitz

Paediatrician (Specialist in child and adolescence medicine)

When I did my practical year in a neonatal ward, it soon became apparent that I could not imagine being anything other than a paediatrician.

I have been working as a paediatrican since 1997 and as a specialist for paediatrics and youth medicine since 2004.

Being the mother of 3 children, I have gained a lot of additional experience with children and am happy to pass this on along with my medical knowledge. I find the daily work with children and their families very rewarding.

Dr. Laura Schrörs

Paediatrician (Specialist in child and adolescence medicine)

Think about your script for our home page’ my boss called out as I was just about to head off into the upcoming weekend.
I was sitting on the train on my way home, jotting down notes, sorting out my thoughts, thinking about what inspired me to become a paediatrician,
when I suddenly noticed a small boy ,who was  travelling with his Mother,  sitting across from me.
He suddenly said ‘Mum,do you know what the worst thing about going to the Doctor is?’
‘ No ‘ answered his Mother.
Then the little boy said ‘it’s the needle prick’.
The Mother hugged her son.
He  looked out the window and said ‘Mum, do you know what the worst thing in the whole wide world is ?’
His Mother snuggled up to her son, looked at him and answered ‘no , what is it?’
The little boy answered: ‘to be sick. To be sick is the worst thing in the world.’

That I thought, is exactly right. That’s it!

For many years I’ve worked with cancer-stricken children. Both in Germany and abroad.
I would now like to continue my training in general paediatrics.

There is nothing more valuable in life than a healthy child.
I want tio help healthy children stay healthy and simultaneously help and treat ill children ,so that they also can be as happy and as carefree as healthy children.

Dr. Julia Hartung

Resident

It was clear to me early in my studies that I wanted to become a pediatrician.

During my residency I worked in the newborn ward for several years and also gained experience in the emergency room and pediatric cardiology. After parental leave with my two daughters, I am very happy to finally get to know outpatient pediatrics.

I love the versatility of looking after children and their families from newborns to adolescents

Jennifer Gese

Medical assistant

I always wanted to be a doctor’s assistant in a paediatric practice, but due to the scarceness of apprenticeship positions, I had to make a detour. Therefore, I did my apprenticeship at an internistic practice, which I greatly enjoyed.

In the end, my dream came true and I got a job with a paediatrician and could finally work with children, just as I had always wanted to

Eva Thieme

Medical assistant

Due to frequent visits to the Doctor as a child, I  later  decided to become a paediatric nurse,  so I could stand by the little ones and their parents in times of fear

and hence help them.
After spending time in Paris and completing my training as a nurse,I worked in various emergency departments of children’s hospitals, specialising in acute medicine.
It always brought me great joy to accompany the children and their parents.
I now look forward to working within the outpatient section of the surgery and to be involved in preventive medicines as well as being able to offer my knowledge and experience to others.

Sabine Stierand

Medical assistant

Until the birth of my daughter in 1995, I worked as a medical assistant in a gynecological practice.
After 2 years of parental leave and a few visits to the pediatrician, I thought I would like to work here.

Thought – done. For more than 22 years now working at the pediatrician still feels right

Zerina Jaballah

Medical assistant

Pediatrics is very special. The children grow, develop and learn.
The best thing about my job is to accompany the little ones on their journey into adulthood.
I have been working with pleasure as a medical assistant in pediatrics since 2013. My everyday life is very lively and I still enjoy it a lot.

Now I’m looking forward to the time ahead and I’m happy to say that I’ve found a place in a great

Nicole Michler

Trainee

My younger siblings have  always kept me busy over the past few years and hence helped me realise that I love being around children and taking care of them.

So one day I thought to myself ‘ i am going to turn my passion into a career ‘ and I applied for an internship as a physician’s assistant in a children’s clinic.
I am extremely happy that I was accepted and it is already noticeable that this was the right decision.
I look forward to my future training period.

Leonora Ljoki

Trainee

As the oldest sister of two brothers I learned early on to take care of them and take responsibility.
As a result my wish to do my training in a pediatric practice has become even greater.
Here I can live out my interest in medicine and dealing with children.
I am therefore very pleased to be able to complete my training in this practice.

Tim Liebe

Trainee

Because of my little brother, I have long been familiar with the role of the big brother. Later in the sports club, I took over the youth work for the little ones and trained and played with them. I learned that working with children brings a lot of positive things because children look at things from an angle that adults sometimes lose sight of.

To see the children grow up and to be able to give them something on the way made me very proud, was instructive and gave me strength, love and happiness, which I would now like to continue in my work in practice.

Medicine has always fascinated me, I found my calling in it. Now I can combine the things that are close to my heart in these practices. Firstly medicine and secondly working with your children and you as parents.

I look forward to getting to know you and your children, accompanying small and large children and being there for you as a family.