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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Rama Vancheeswaran at Spire include:
Dr Rama Vancheeswaran, FRCP, MSc Immunology, PhD is currently employed as a Respiratory and General Physician at the Royal Free NHS Foundation Trust. She has been a consultant from 2006 with expertise in all respiratory conditions including cough, airways disease ie COPD, asthma, bronchiectasis, bronchiolitis, sleep disorders (insomnia, obstructive sleep apnoea and central disorders), interstitial lung disease, infection, smoking, lung cancer and pulmonary embolic disease.
Rama trained at various London teachin hospitals including the Brompton, St Mary's, Hammersmith with her MSc from Brunel University in Immunology and a PhD from the Royal Free/Brompton and UCL in the Immunopathogenesis of Scleroderma and Fibrosing Alveolitis.
Rama provides out-patient and in-patient services for patients with all the conditions noted above and General Medicine. She provides experiences, friendly, high quality, patient centred complex care in a patient orientated fashion. Rama is a patient ambassador for the British Lung Foundation where communication and patient care is paramount to all consultations. Rama also provides interventional procedures if needed including pleural procedures and bronchoscopy. She has outstanding patient satisfaction survey scores collected over her 10 year consultant career.
Consultant Respiratory and General Physician, Royal Free NHS Foundation Trust.Back to top
Rama’s other interests are in academic research, NHS improvement, patient education and teaching for all health providers.Back to top
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