30 August 2017
Have you thought about weight loss surgery or bariatric surgery? Come and meet our bariatric consultant for a free 15 mi…
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Yohan Samarasinghe at Spire include:Back to top
I qualified in Medicine in 1995 from Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School and undertook my junior doctor training in London and the South East. Commencing my Specialist Training in 2001, I spent most of my Registrar years at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital splitting my time between my two specialities, Diabetes and Clinical Pharmacology, and General Internal Medicine. I was lucky enough there to get training in drug trials, in the Kobler HIV Centre, and then under took my higher degree in Diabetes (Medical Doctorate) at King’s College Hospital, London. In those years I was lucky enough to be mentored by several leading lights in the diabetes field in the UK including Michael Feher and Stephanie Amiel.
Diabetes therapies including medical management of obesity. Hypertension and problems with high lipids (fats, including cholesterol).
I does not perform any operative procedures.
I am the Medical Lead for Clinical Governance at Frimley Park Hospital.
I am the Chair of the Drugs and Therapeutics Committee for Frimley Health. I have also been clinical lead for Acute Kidney Injury, Ambulatory Care and various IT related projects at Frimley.
|Telephone||Self-funding: 01252 895 490|
|Private secretary telephone||01276 522 131|
General Medical Council (GMC)
Royal College of Physicians (RCP)
British Medical Association (BMA)
Association of British Clinical Diabetologists (ABCD)
Diabetes UK (DUK)
European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD)
Frimley Health Foundation Trust, Frimley Park HospitalBack to top
Yohan is married to a community palliative care sister who also works in Surrey and they have 8 year old twins (boy and girl). He is a keen football fan, but after playing hockey at medical school now spends his sport leisure time cycling, golfing and skiing, when he is not ferrying his children about.Back to top