Dr. Agata Mościcka

Dr. Agata Mościcka, Consultant – Neonatology, MD, Ph.D has over 20 years of experience in Neonatology and managing & handling Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Dr. Agata completed her Diploma of Medical Doctor from University of Medical Sciences in Poznan. She received her specialization in Pediatrics and later Neonatology in 1999 from Post-graduate Medical Center, Warsaw, Poland. Dr. Agata also holds Doctor of Medical Sciences (Ph.D.) degree from University of Medical Sciences in Poznan. Dr. Agata is an International Board-Certified Lactation Consultant as well, helping mothers to establish successful
breastfeeding. She received part of her post graduate training from University of Louisville and University of Illinois, USA.

Dr. Agata comes with a great deal of training and international experience in dealing with all NICU patients, of various gestational ages, and all types of medical conditions including: RDS, PPHN, NEC, HIE, Congenital Anomalies and treating them with different modes of ventilation (CPAP, SIMV, AC, PSV, HFOV, VG etc). She is experienced in applying iNO therapy as well as therapeutic hypothermia. She has a special interest in Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition in preterm infants, echocardiography, inhalation therapy in infants with chronic lung disease. She has more than 20 years of experience in applying Neonatal Echocardiography in diagnosis of heart problems.

In the past, Dr. Agata worked as Consultant Neonatologist & HOD (NICU) in Dr. Sulaiman Al Habib Hospital, Dubai. She has also worked with Al Zahra, Dubai and Bright Point Royal Women’s Hospital in Abu Dhabi. Dr. Agata was Consultant Neonatologist & Paediatrician at University of Medical Sciences in Poznan, Poland as well. She has 23 years of experience at a Level 4 NICU in Poland and 6 years in UAE.


  • Follow-up visits after hospital discharge.
  • Management & Assessment of Growth & Developmental problems.
  • Optimal post discharge Nutrition for Preterm and Term neonates.
  • Management of Breastfeeding Neonatal problems & Lactation.
  • Breastfeeding in Preterm & late Preterm Babies.
  • Medication for Low Milk Supply & Sucking and Latch Difficulty.
  • Vaccinations.