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Dr Sundeept Bhalara

Dr Sundeept Bhalara

Consultant Rhuematologist
MBBS, MSC, MD, MRCP.

Practising at

Spire Bushey Hospital

Spire Harpenden Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Sundeept Bhalara at Spire include:

Rheumatology

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Professional profile

I qualified from University College, London in 1991. I trained in general medicine and rheumatology at St Bartholomew's, Charing Cross and the Hammersmith hospitals and the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology, London. I have completed a doctoral thesis on issues concerned with the assessment of early inflammatory arthritis and biological therapy following research undertaken at the Kennedy Institute. I have published on these and related topics and was involved with early clinical trials on the use of novel biological agents in rheumatoid arthritis. During my earlier training I completed a Master's degree in immunology and retain an interest in the immunology of rheumatic disease.

My current clinical practice is broad and involves the entire spectrum of rheumatological disease but I am particularly interested in inflammatory arthritis, soft tissue disease and osteoporosis.


Clinical Interests


Inflammatory rheumatic disorders. Soft tissue rheumatism. Osteoporosis and osteoarthritis.

Private contact details

Telephone Bushey 020 8901 5555/ Harpenden 0800 585 112
Private secretary Lisa
Private secretary telephone 01895 628 882
Private secretary fax 01895 628 885
Private secretary email medilinx@btconnect.com
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Qualification and professional memberships

Professional memberships

British Society of Rheumatology
Royal College of Physicians

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Current NHS posts

Consultant Rheumatologist and General Physician, West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust General Hospital.

Honorary Consultant Rheumatologist, Charing Cross Hospital and The Kennedy Insititute of Rheumatology

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Personal Profile

I am married with two young children. My interests include travelling, horseriding, skiing, badminton and reading.

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