Dr Grace Robinson
BSc (Hons), MBBS, MRCP, FRCP, MD
"I have recently moved my private practice to Spire Dunedin Hospital because of its excellent reputation, helpful, progressive staff and excellent patient facilities."
I have expertise in all areas of respiratory medicine, with a sub-specialty interest in sleep and ventilation, infection and bronchiectasis. I specialise in outpatient consultations for the investigation, diagnosis and management of all breathing and respiratory conditions, including spirometry, full lung function testing, overnight sleep studies for sleep apnoea, chest X-rays and CT scans as required, and access to specialist respiratory physiotherapy.
I trained at St Mary's Hospital Medical School, University of London. My junior doctor training was completed in London and Bristol before Specialist Training in Respiratory and General Medicine in Oxford. My research at the Oxford Centre for Respiratory Medicine into the cardiovascular effects of sleep apnoea lead to the award of an MD in 2008.
I was appointed Consultant Respiratory Physician at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in 2007.
I am co-author of the prize winning Oxford Handbook of Respiratory Medicine (OUP 3rd Edition 2013).
BSc (Hons) / St Mary's Hospital Medical School, University of London / 1992
Bachelor of Science
MBBS / University of London / 1995
MRCP / Royal College of Physicians / 1999
MD / University of London / 2008
Doctor of Medicine
FRCP / Royal College of Physicians / 2010
Member of the British Thoracic Society Sleep specialist Advisory Group
Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and is a regular Royal College examiner and MRCP exam question vetter.
I was The Royal Berkshire Hopsital Royal College of Physicians College Tutor until 2016 and now sit on the Oxford Deanary Respiratory Specialist Training Committee.
I live in South Oxfordshire. I enjoy long distance running, regularly representing my athletics club at local events.