You’ve probably given your body a hard time over the Christmas break but January is the month to Love Your Liver!
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Priyanka Mehta at Spire include:
Oncology: Haematological oncology
I have been practising as a consultant haematologist at the University Hospitals Bristol NHS trust and I anticipate my work at the Spire would be similar. At UHBristol, my work involves managing patients with benign and malignant haematological conditions in outpatient and inpatient settings. I also have a liaison/ advisory role for any abnormal haematological tests on patients being managed by colleagues from other specialities in the primary or secondary services.
I'm a clinican who believes in keeping patient's choice and quality of life considerations at the centre of treatment decision making. I am very research active and like to be able to offer my patients the benefit of up to date evidence in managing their condition. I thoroughly enjoy my role as a clinician and consider it a privilege to be able to care for patients, together with all the nursing and support staff
Member of the National AML working party at the National Cancer Research Institute
Member of the National MDS working party at the National Cancer Research Institute
Invited member on the Expert panel for the National Haemoglobinopathies Project,
Member of the Bristish Society of Haematology.
Member of the European Haematology Association.
Member of the UK Forum on Haemoglobin Disorders.
Member of the National MDS Forum.
Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians. .
Consultant Haematologist, Bristol Haematology Oncology Centre.
University Hospitals Bristol NHS Trust.
Research Fellow at University of West of England.Back to top
On the personal front, I'm a mother of two lovely children and passionate about good food and enjoy cooking. I enjoy music, especially keeping up with the tastes of the younger generations!Back to top