Dr Bajaj completed her post graduate training from the London Deanery. She accomplished her higher specialist training working at Young Epilepsy, Royal National Hospital of Orthopaedics, and Great Ormond Street Hospital (honorary contract).
The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) grants membership following completion of the post graduate exam. The fellowship is the pinnacle of RCPCH membership, the highest honour, rewarded on the basis of merit.
The Post Graduate Diploma in Paediatric Neurodisability complements the RCPCH paediatric neurodisability level 3 programme, and provides a framework to deliver effective care for children and young people with disabilities.
Currently she is a Consultant Community Paediatrician working within the NHS, currently employed by the East and North Herts NHS Trust, and leads the clinical autism service in her trust.
Additionally, Dr Bajaj is registered with the GMC, is a member and Fellow of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. She is a BACCH (British Association of Community Child Health) regional coordinator for East Anglia. She is an executive member of the George Still Forum for ADHD.
Further to this, Dr Bajaj has extensive experience in the assessment and management of a wide range of neurodevelopmental conditions and neurodisabilities.
Moreover, she is a certified user of the Griffith’s Developmental Assessment, 3Di and ADOS assessments for Autism.
Dr Bajaj has presented posters nationally and internationally, regularly carried out teaching on a national level in the George Still Forum’s Master Class for ADHD, departmental teachings, and GP trainees’ study days. She is additionally an Educational Supervisor to trainee (junior) doctors.She also has a keen interest in research and has participated in European and National research projects in the areas of ADHD, Autism (as principal investigator) and neurodisability.