Dr. Nagesh Prathibha
Dr.Prathibha is a Consultant Respiratory and General Physician with an interest in Sleep disorders, Domicilary Ventilation for Respiratory failure and Cystic Fibrosis. After obtaining a Fellowship in Sleep Medicine, from Stanford Sleep Disorders Centre, California, she was appointed as a Consultant in 1999, initially working in Wales before moving to East Kent in 2003.
She is a member of the British Thoracic Society and British Sleep Society as well as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine.
She has an active interest in Medical education and is the Clinical Tutor at the William Harvey Hospital, a post that she has held since joining the trust. In this role, she is responsible for ensuring good organisation and delivery of training to the Post-graduate doctors.
In addition she is the Firm Head for the Cardio-Respiratory- ENT block for the third year medical students from Kings College, London, during their attachment to the hospital and as such is involved in both organisation and delivery of undergraduate teaching and training.
She has been appointed Honorary Senior Lecturer by the Kings College, London and has presented and published widely in fields of both Respiratory Medicine and Education.
CVS Health believes in a quality-assured approach to delivering state-of-the-art diagnosis and treatment for a wide range of cardiovascular conditions quickly and efficiently in an environment that is convenient and affordable.
May 28th, 2009
Although heart disease in the young is very rare, it can have tragic consequences. Most people are aware of young people who have ‘dropped down dead’ on the sports field. This is a personal tragedy for those involved but also undermines the confidence of those around, and can become a disincentive to the enjoyment of sport, the [...]
April 22nd, 2009
The Hailsham Cardiology Service team with Wealden MP Charles Hendry and Mrs Elizabeth Post, the first patient to be treated under the service. A new heart check service in Hailsham, run by local GPs and CVS Health, has been welcomed as a major boost for local health care provision. The Hailsham Community Cardiology Service will be run from [...]