Dr. Adeel Chaudhary is specialised in Emergency Medicine and Paediatric Emergency Medicine and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine since 2015. He has been awarded dual CCT by the General Medical Council UK in 2016.
He has vast clinical and administrative experience. He helped develop the Paediatric Emergency Department in Kettering General Hospital, NHS Foundation Trust as the lead clinician for Paediatric Emergency Medicine. He has a keen interest in teaching and training. He is an examiner for the Royal College of Emergency Medicine and an instructor on Life Support courses. He has published in peer-reviewed journals as well. He has supervised and trained clinicians of all grades including specialty trainees in the UK.
Dr. Adeel’s professional interests include resuscitation, compassionate care, medical education and quality improvement. He is passionate about his work and believes in providing the best possible care to the patients. He hopes to use his knowledge and skills to provide high quality care to the children and making their hospital journey as pleasant an experience as possible.
English, Urdu, Punjabi
Fellow of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine, United Kingdom since 2015
CCT (Dual Certificate of Completion of Training in Emergency Medicine & Paediatric Emergency Medicine, 2016
Examiner for the Royal College of Emergency Medicine UK Membership and Fellowship exams since 2019
Instructor status on the Advanced Life Support (ALS) course of Resuscitation Council UK since 2012
Instructor status on the Paediatric Advanced Life Support (APLS) course since 2014
Membership exam (MRCEM) of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine, UK in 2012
Membership exam (MRCSEd) of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, UK in 2007