Dr Michael Crooks
Consultant in Respiratory and General Medicine
MBChB (Hons), MD, FRCP
I started my medical career in Scotland before moving to Yorkshire in 2009 to complete my specialist training in respiratory and general (internal) medicine. I have been working as a Senior Clinical Lecturer and Consultant in Respiratory Medicine in Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire since 2016. I lead the Hull and East Riding Integrated COPD Service and am a member of the asthma team at Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.
I have a broad experience in respiratory medicine which includes assessment and management of conditions including asthma, COPD, bronchiectasis, interstitial lung disease (ILD), pulmonary embolism, chronic cough, lung and pleural cancers.
I am the Clinical Lead for the Respiratory Network for the Humber Coast and Vale, covering York and North Yorkshire, East Riding of Yorkshire, Hull and North and North East Lincolnshire. I also chair the Hull and East Riding Respiraotry Education Group.
In addition to my NHS clinical practice, I am actively involved in research as a Senior Clinical Lecturer at Hull York Medical School. I lead and am involved in a range of research studies relating to respiratory medicine with a focus on airways diseases including asthma and COPD as well as ILD and breathlessness. I have authored over 30 peer-reviewed publications and three book chapters and regularly present at local, national and international conferences.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Michael Crooks at Spire include:
COVID-19 testing or antibody tests are not available as a standalone service at Spire Hull and East Riding Hospital.
MBChB (Hons) / University of Dundee / 2007
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
MBChB is a degree given to doctors on completion of Medical School.
Senior Clinical Lecturer in Respiratory Medicine (Hull York Medical School).
Honorary Consultant in Respiratory and General Internal Medicine (Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust).
I enjoy spending time in the Yorkshire countryside with my wife Natalie, a town and country planner, and our two children aged eight and 10 years old. I have a keen interest in music, playing the saxophone and flute, and playing sport. During my university years I played rugby union competitively and now enjoy watching international games, supporting my local team and coaching the local under 11s rugby team as an England Rugby Certified Coach.
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