Dr Shobhit Baijal
MBBS BSc (Hons), MRCP, MRCP (Medical Oncology) Level 4 Cancer Rehabilitation
I am a dedicated Consultant Oncologist based at The Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust. I studied medicine in London and obtained a BSc Honours in immunology and cell pathology from University College London, before graduating with my medical degree from St Bartholomews Medical School in 2001. I returned to the Midlands to complete my general medical and oncology training and took up post as consultant oncologist in September 2011. I am the Clinical Lead for Oncology at the Heart of England NHS Trust and actively treat cancer patients across three NHS hospital sites (Heartlands, Good Hope and Solihull Hospital).
I specialise in all forms of cancer drug treatment including chemotherapy, immuno-oncology, precision oncology and chemo-embolisation.
I have a large clinical trial portfolio and am the UK Chief Investigator for the international COTEZO trial, manipulating immunotherapies to treat patients with advanced colorectal cancer. I am also a Principle Investigator in national and international lung and colorectal clinical trials. I am at the forefront of the clinical utility of liquid biopsy in managing lung and colorectal cancer patients and have several studies underway in this context. I have numerous publications and regularly present at regional, national and international cancer meetings. I sit on the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation advisory panel.
I am extremely passionate about cancer survivorship and have developed and led on the health and wellbeing clinics at The Heart of England NHS Trust. Being a keen sportsman, I have a specialist interest in the benefits of exercise for cancer patients and survivors. I have brought together a team of specialists at Spire Little Aston and Spire Parkway Hospital who are able to deliver individual exercise programmes for cancer patients, regardless of their diagnosis and treatment status.
I aim to deliver cutting edge, individualised and evidence based cancer treatments for my patients whilst ensuring their health and wellbeing is also prioritised.
Spire Little Aston Hospital is only able to provide Covid-19 tests to patients undergoing surgery at our hospital. Covid-19 testing or antibody tests are not available as a standalone service.
MBBS BSc(Hons), MRCP, MRCP(Medical Oncology) Level 4 Cancer Rehabilitation / London / 2001
Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery, Bachelor of Science, Membership of the Royal College of Physicians
Royal College of Physician
Association of Cancer Physicians
European Society of Medical Oncology
Bowel cancer, lung cancer, hepato-biliary cancer, cancer of unknown primary, cancer rehabilitation