Dr M J H Rahmani

Consultant in Geriatric Medicine
FRCP (UK), CCST (GIM), CCST (GER), BASP (UK), Lead Stroke Physician at East Sussex NHS Hospitals Trust

Practising at

Spire Sussex Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr M J H Rahmani at Spire include:

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Professional profile

r. Rahmani completed his basic postgraduate medical training working as a Senior Officer on the South East Training Programme and became member of Royal College of Physicians UK (MRCP UK) in 1995. He complete the Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training (CCST UK) in general internal medicine and medicine for the elderly. Both these qualificiations were awarded in 2001 after completing the Northwest Postgraduate Training Programme in Manchester. He was granted Fellowship of Royal College of Physicians London in 2006.

Dr Rahmani is a lead stroke physician at East Sussex NHS Healthcare NHS Trust including Conquest Hospital in Hastings.

360 Degree Feeback from Colleagues 2013 "Has transformed the stroke services at ESH with good planning, strategy and leadership. Excellent trainer." "Fantastic Consultant, outstanding clinical knowledge always works closely with the MDT." "Dr Rahmani is extremely considerate and always finds time to listen his staff and patient's concerns." "Dr Rahmani has always been very willing to partake in student related teaching and assessing providing helpful and constructive feedback where possible. He is always polite, respectful, dependable and a pleasure to work with." "Dr Rahmani's interpersonal skills are outstanding, he communicates exceptionally well with patients, relatives and staff of all levels. His commitment to teaching and progression of the profession is a high priority. He is Foundation Lead at the hospital and makes time for everyone. I have worked with him whilst a medical student and again whilst an F2 and have found his professionalism and his role as a teacher/supervisor exemplary. He is very kind and caring and puts his patients welfare and those of the hospital at the forefront. It has been an honour to work alongside him." "I have known Dr Rahmani for over 10 years as a colleague. He is an excellent clinician, and I would have no hesitation in recommending him to look after any of my family or myself should the need ever arise." "Very supportive and caring physician with effective leadership and outstanding teaching skills. He is very popular and has been providing high quality patient care which is greatly appreciated by patients and relatives He has been awarded 9 clinical excellence awards in the last ten years for his over and above contributions." "Dr Rahmani is an excellent doctor, who is very approachable and is very well thought of by his junior doctors and patients." "Very good teacher. Very supportive in every way. Very good knowledge, understanding and clinical skills. Makes very good decision and very good time management. He is polite, approachable, kind and helpful. I would work with him anytime." "Dr Rahmani is very helpful and approachable all the time and he will not shy away from giving an advice even if he is not on call which is a very healthy and rare attitude to have." "Always takes the time to explain to patients diagnosis and treatment plan patients feel confident following consultation. Approachable if I am unsure and need to ask for help invaluable in giving me support in my role as a nurse." 360 Degree Comments from patients 2013 "Excellent Doctor." "Could not have wished for a better consultation. Thank you." "I found Dr Rahmani charming & very helpful." "DR RAHMANI is very helpful & polite" "DR RAHMANI WAS EXCELLENT."

Clinical Interests

Stroke medicine

General medicine Stroke medicine Geriatric medicine

Private contact details

Private secretary telephone 01424 757518
Private secretary fax 01424 757453
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Qualification and professional memberships

Professional memberships

British Association Of Stroke Physicians
Royal College Of Physicians
British Medical Association
Medical Protection Society
General Medical Council

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