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Dr Creagh-Brown graduated from the University of Southampton in 1999. After a year in Wessex he moved to London and completed training rotations in medicine and anaesthesia in teaching hospitals. His specialist training led to accreditation in respiratory, general and intensive care medicine.
He spent 3 years at the Royal Brompton Hospital in Chelsea undertaking clinical and laboratory-based research. This resulted in presentations, publications, grants and a PhD awarded in 2011 from Imperial College, London.
He undertook specialist training in the management of sleep disordered breathing and respiratory failure at the Lane Fox Respiratory Unit, St. Thomas’ hospital. Other areas of expertise include the diagnosis and management of cough, wheeze, breathlessness, and recurrent chest infections.
He has particular expertise in the management of complex cardio-respiratory conditions and their diagnosis (including cardio-pulmonary exercising) and optimisation prior to major surgery; and through his work in intensive care, recovery following major surgery.
He examines for the Royal College of Physicians and contributes to national guidelines for the British Thoracic Society. Supervises trainee doctors and is active in research.
He provides an efficient and patient-centred service and welcomes referrals for outpatient clinic review for assessment and management or in-patient admission for treatment.
Areas of interest
Special interests -
Asthma and COPD, cough;
Sleep disordered breathing and respiratory failure;
Optimization of respiratory conditions prior to major surgery, and treatment of respiratory complications following surgery
Current NHS consultant posts held
Consultant - intensive care medicine and respiratory medicine at Royal Surrey County Hospital
Courses offered to GPs
Happy to give talks to local GPs
Affiliations / memberships
• Royal College of Physicians, London
• British Thoracic Society
• European Respiratory Society
• American Thoracic Society
• Intensive Care Society, UK
• European Society Intensive Care Medicine
• Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine, UK
Post treatment communication
Following treatment of a Bupa member, I will communicate with GPs in line with Department of Health, GMC and appropriate professional bodies guidelines.