Dr Srinivasan Srirangan Consultant Rheumatologist|

Dr Srinivasan Srirangan

MBBS MSc MRCP(Rheum) FRCP Book an appointment Rheumatology

Available at:

KIMS Hospital
Dr Srinivasan Srirangan Consultant Rheumatologist|

Available at:

KIMS Hospital
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NHS Practices

Medway Maritime Hospital and Darent Valley Hospital

Professional Profile

After completing MBBS with first class I undertook my postgraduate medical and was awarded MRCP. I undertook higher specialist training in rheumatology which included three years training (2008-2011) at the Academic Research Unit at King’s College Hospital and Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital London.

I was awarded an MSc in Rheumatology from King’s College London. Following specialty certificate examination I was awarded the post nominal MRCP (UK)(Rheum).

I have been an NHS consultant since 2011 and am Fellow and Regional Speciality Advisor of the Royal College of Physicians.

I am the regional Chair for SE England for British Society of Rheumatology.

Special Interests

Inflammatory Arthritis, Connective Tissue Diseases, Metabolic bone disease, Soft tissue rheumatism
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