“I am a dual accredited consultant specialist in General Paediatrics and Paediatric Endocrinology & Diabetes. With over 20 years experience, patients are referred to me for evaluation and treatment for a variety of conditions. My practice is committed to providing patients with the very best care that is child-centred and family friendly.

I will provide a comprehensive approach to the evaluation and treatment of your child’s condition. I believe in the philosophy of working together to achieve the optimum result and a mutually agreed plan of management for your child.”     

Clinical and medico-legal work with specific skills in diagnosis and management of all aspects of Paediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes, disorders of puberty, growth, thyroid, adrenal and pituitary.

Diagnostic evaluation of endocrine disorders may require a day case admission for investigations.

General paediatric services range from a general check up if you have concern regarding your child’s overall health or development or to more specific areas such as:

Feeding problems, infant colic, reflux, weaning

Constipation, diarrhoea, soiling, abdominal pain

Growth, nutrition, food intolerance

Asthma, wheeze, allergy, eczema

Headaches, developmental problems

Coughs, colds, recurrent infections

Areas such as specific child psychiatry issues, dyspraxia and dyslexia will not be offered.

I have undergone medicolegal expert training courses and act as a medicolegal expert with expertise in general paediatric and paediatric endocrinology and diabetes cases (25% Claimant/ 25% Defendant/ 50% Joint). I have provided over 200+ medicolegal expert reports for paediatric endocrinology and diabetes, child protection issues, road traffic accidents, criminal investigations and clinical negligence. I regularly attend Court as an expert witness and I am familiar with care proceedings in court. I have completed a Master of Laws degree from University of Liverpool. My reports are usually produced within 3 weeks of receiving the necessary documents.

 ‘A Journey With Brendan’ is a 10 year account of life with autism as a mother and a paediatrician. Today 1 in 60 children are believed to   be on the autism spectrum. There is up to 24 months wait under the NHS for diagnosis and many families are simply lost and desperate for help, advice and reassurance. May Ng’s book fills that gap. Through   her knowledge both as an award-winning paediatric consultant and as the mother of her 13 year-old autistic son, May has documented her own journey and gives a first-hand account  of bringing up a child with autism that brings together a wide range of available resources and practical advice to help families cope. May worked painstakingly, with persistence and patience, to teach Brendan to manage many basic life skills for himself. Today, Brendan is a happy 13 year-old in an autism school and is able to do many things they once believed might not be possible.

"This inspiring, highly readable book by a parent who is also a doctor and a scientist is full of useful tips for other parents of a child with autism." Professor Sir Simon Baron-Cohen, Director of Autism Research Centre, Cambridge University.

“A mother’s absorbing story of her son with autism is given perspective by her paediatric experience and medical knowledge. Dr May Ng’s book will help many other affected families and also engage autism professionals.” Dame Stephanie Shirley CH DBE, entrepreneur and philanthropist (whose late son had autism)

“Dr May Ng’s account of her journey as an autism mum is honest, intelligent, helpful, real-world and illuminating.” David Mitchell, bestselling author and co-translator of The Reason I Jump and Fall Down Seven Times Get Up Eight.

“This inspirational book is so easy to read and highly informative. Dr May Ng documents her personal story with autism and includes advice and information based on her experience as well as on her research and medical knowledge. Whether you are a parent, carer, teacher, SENCO, relative or a friend of someone with autism, this book will certainly help you appreciate, understand and cope” Anna Kennedy OBE, mother of 2 boys with autism and autism campaigner


Amazon.co.uk - Paperback £6.99, Ebook £2.99 (within UK), Audiobook £12.00

*Mandarin translation out soon*

Me and My Hormones- What Can Go Wrong?” offers a jargon-free, comprehensive account of the underlying causes of hormone conditions that can affect all ages from birth to adulthood. Hormones play a crucial role in our health, well-being, growth, puberty and sexual development.  With special chapters dedicated to various common hormonal issues such as puberty timing, short stature, adrenal fatigue, thyroid disorders, pituitary disorders, diabetes, weight issues and many more, this book will bring clarity and help you understand how hormones can affect aspects of your health and body. It is also a book for other readers who simply want to understand about hormones and what can go wrong in the body.

“An excellent narrative and scientifically impeccable explanation around a complicated subject area that will be very useful to parents, children and young people during their formative years. Highly recommended reading” Professor Partha Kar OBE, Consultant Endocrinologist and National Specialty Advisor for NHS England, United Kingdom

“Professor Ng explains the complex science of the endocrine system and hormonal conditions in a clear approach. This book is one of the best out there and is packed with information intended for teenagers, parents, students and professionals” James Armstrong, medical student, United Kingdom


“This book written by Professor May Ng is incredibly concise and delightfully readable for parents, teenagers, students and health professionals.  Aptly entitled “Me and My Hormones” it provides bite-sized information for readers who wish to learn all about how hormones can affect our growth, puberty, health and well-being” Professor Ngee Lek, Consultant Paediatric Endocrinologist, Singapore


Amazon.co.uk - Paperback £24.99, Ebook/Kindle £9.99, Hardback £58.99

Cambridge Scholars Publishing website (worldwide delivery)


In just a decade, Type 1 diabetes management has evolved and technology has become more widely available as part of routine self-management. This book fills a gap and clears the fog around the complexities of emerging diabetes technology such as insulin pumps, closed-loop systems and continuous glucose monitoring. It also provides essential resources and advice to enable successful self-management of Type 1 diabetes. It comprehensively covers information from the most basic to the most up to date, and can be used a reference guide- a ‘one stop shop’ for anyone living with living with Type 1 diabetes, their carers and healthcare professionals, including medical and nursing students.

“This is a great introduction to living with Type 1 diabetes both for healthcare professionals and people living with the condition. It covers all aspects of day-to-day management, including how to get the best out of the latest technology available. An invaluable book that is highly recommended.” Chris Askew OBE, Chief Executive of Diabetes UK

“This is a wonderful book that is clear and informative. As a resource, it is essential reading for anyone living with or caring for someone with Type 1 diabetes. Professor Ng is one of the UK's leading clinicians on Type 1 diabetes and I would highly recommend this book to anyone living with or caring for someone with the condition.” Karen Addington, Chief Executive of JDRF UK

“Not only does May Ng understand the biological and medical science behind new treatments and technology to help Type 1 diabetes management, but she also understands and empathises with the human side of diabetes management. This book is up to date and relevant to all professionals, carers and those who live with this complex condition.”Jerry Gore, T1D International Diabetes Federation Global Ambassador and Co-Founder of Action4Diabetes



Amazon.co.uk - Paperback £32.99, Ebook/Kindle £9.99, Hardback £64.99

Cambridge Scholars Publishing website (worldwide delivery)  




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