Dr Philip Chetcuti
BMedSci BMBS DM FRCPCH
I graduated from Nottingham University in 1982 and trained in a number of UK centres including the National Heart and Lung Hospital in London. In 1986 I spent a year at the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne, Australia, one of the world’s leading hospitals. I trained in respiratory paediatrics in this hospital and undertook research in a congenital lung abnormality.
I have been involved in research and have published multiple paper/articles and completed a research degree in 1992. I have worked as a paediatrican since 1983.
I have been a consultant paediatrician since 1992. I have extensive experience in managing a wide variety of paediatric problems. At Leeds General Infirmary I work in respiratory paediatrics, neonatology and allergy and immunology. I also worked in general paediatrics until 2008 and still do regular general paediatric clinics.
I am the lead clinician for the North of England PCD service. Primary Cilary Dyskinesia is an uncommon cause of chronic lung damage in children.
I was the principal regional examiner for the MRCPCH (Postgraduate Paediatric Examination ) for Yorkshire and Humber 2005-2015.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Philip Chetcuti at Spire include:
General paediatric illnesses
Chronic lung disease
Rare lung disorders
Food and inhaled allergy
Illnesses affecting newborn and young infants
COVID-19 testing or antibody tests are not available as a standalone service at Spire Leeds Hospital.
BMedSci / Nottingham / 1980
Bachelor of Medical Science
BMBS / Nottingham / 1982
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
MRCP / Nottingham / 1986
Member of the Royal College of Physicians
DM / Nottingham / 1992
Doctor of Medicine
FRCPCH / Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health / 1993
Fellow of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health
British Medical Association
Royal College of Child Health
British Association of Perinatal Medicine
Principal regional examiner for the MRCPCH (Postgraduate Paediatric Examination) for Yorkshire and Humber 2005-2015
Lead clinician for the North of England Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia service
I am married with two grown up children and when time permits I enjoy following my football team (not mentioning which one!), I enjoy the countryside, walking and cycling and also enjoy travelling, as well as trying to keep fit.