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The medical discipline of Anaesthesia trains Clinicians to be responsible for assessing whether a patient is fit enough to undergo a procedure and select an appropriate anaesthetic. In the course of a surgical procedure, they are responsible for obtaining consent, giving the anaesthetic and organising pain control afterwards. The medical specialty of anaesthesia is practised by Consultants who assist in the preparation of a patient for a surgical procedure and in monitoring and maintaining their condition throughout. An Anaesthetist administers pain control to specific areas of (or all of) the body so that a patient feels nothing during a procedure. This can range from a local anaesthetic where a small part of the body is numbed and the patient remains awake throughout, to a general anaesthetic in which the whole body is placed into a controlled state of unconsciousness.

Anaesthetists at King Edward VII’s Hospital

All consultants granted practicing privileges are assessed against rigorous criteria, to ensure that they are leaders in their chosen field and demonstrate the values of King Edward VII’s Hospital in their day to day clinical activities. Here is a list of anaesthetists who have practicing privileges at our hospital. If you need to contact a specific anaesthetist, please contact us.



Ahmad, Kamran
Albin, Malgorzata
Amoroso, Peter
Ashley, Elizabeth
Aziz, Emad
Azzopardi, Joseph


Bailey, Craig
Bailey, Paul
Bampoe, Sohail
Barker, Ian
Barnard, Matthew
Borra, Philippa
Boscoe, Michael
Bray, Johanna
Bristow, Aubrey
Broomhead, Christopher
Broomhead, Robert


Campbell, Jeremy
Celaschi, David
Chan, Ah-Fee
Cheesman, Katherine
Chekairi, Ahmed
Chieveley-Williams, Sarah
Cooper, Michael
Cordery, Roger
Courtois-Purgass, Nathalie


Daniels, David
Dasan, Jayaram
Davies, David Wynne
Dunsire, Fraser


Enderby, David
England, Adrian
Esler, Marc


Fitzwilliams, Ben
Forrester, Paul
Fowler, Anna


Gill, Vip
Goldsack, Craig
Greville, Catherine
Groves, Philippa
Gulati, Sanjay


Hacking, Matthew
Hamilton-Davies, Colin
Harper, Nicholas
Harris, Jonathan
Harris, Mark
Harrop-Griffiths, William
Hayward, Angus
Horner, Daniel


Irving, Colum


Jignasa, Modha
Juneja, Rohit


Kaur, Navkiran
Kenny, Mark
Kotak, Deepak


Lomax, David


MacLeod, Kenneth
Marchant, Warwick
Marshall, Stuart
Martin, Colin "Bruce"
Martinelli, Giampaolo
Morey, Richard
Myatt, John


Naef, Marcus
Ng, Lenny


Oti, Chima


Platt, Michael
Porter, Jacqueline
Presland, Andrew


Randhawa, Neil
Raval, Manish


Sacks, Mark
Scott, Helena
Shannon, Claire
Sherry, Eoin
Skelly, Alastair


Thoburn, Charles
Towlerton, Glyn


Verma, Raman


Walker, Christopher
Whiteley, William
Wijetilleka, Ahangama
Williamson, Peter
Wray, Gillian


Ziyad, Ahmad

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