14 June 2019
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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Lalita Banerjee at Spire include:Back to top
I am one of six consultants delivering level 2B care in a busy district general hospital. I am the clinical lead for plasma cell dyscrasias and participate in a fortnightly specialist clinic at King's College Hospital. At Maidstone and Pembury hospitals, I run three clinics per week, which have a heavy emphasis on haemotology/oncology and general haemotology.
I attend weekly multi-disciplinary meetings, which are held together with allied hospitals via video link, where I participate in evidence-based discussion for the best management of the patient. I am part of a one in six on-call rota, which involves giving advice to the hospital for general enquiries, as well as being responsible for the in-patients. Teaching junior and allied medical staff is paramount and I achieve this on my ward rounds and clinics by discussing patients and any controversies surrounding their management.
MBBS / Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine / 1997
BSc (Hons) MBBS MRCP MRCPath
Clinical lead for plasma cell dyscrasias at Kings College Hospital
Maidstone & Tunbridge Wells NHS TrustBack to top
I enjoy running, cycling and going to the gym.
I love reading - classics to modern day novels. I especially like the works of Oscar Wilde and F Scott Fitzgerald.
I love attending classical music concerts, ballet and opera. I also enjoy travelling and learning about the history and architecture of the places that I have visited.Back to top
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