Professor Indranil Chakravorty is a renowned double-certified pulmonology consultant specialising in acute and respiratory medicine, based in London and Hertfordshire. He specialises in treating a variety of conditions, with particular expertise in asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and sleep disorders. He works at Ramsay Health's Pinehill Hospital and is the consultant in acute and respiratory medicine and Director of Medical Education at his NHS practice at St George's Hospital.
Over his respected career, Professor Chakravorty has been involved with research and fundraising activities for sleep disorders, respiratory infections, asthma, COPD, mucociliary clearance and has promoted patient safety via Health Education England.
Professor Chakravorty has an esteemed educational and training background, graduating with an MBBS from the Calcutta Medical College at University of Calcutta, India in 1992. He moved to UK in 1994 where he continued his training, received a PhD qualification in Health Service Studies at Warwick Business School and underwent a fellowship at the Royal College of Physicians in London (FRCP Medicine).
Reflecting his health service study background, Professor Chakravorty is passionate about medical education, quality assurance, governance and strategic leadership. He is a senior lecturer at St George's University and School of Postgraduate Medicine at the University of Hertfordshire and was deputy postgraduate dean for Health Education England in north east London from 2012 to 2020.
In addition to his respected academic career roles, Professor Chakravorty is the chair of the British Association for Physicians of Indian Origin's (BAPIO) research and innovation forum and serves as editor for the Sushruta Journal of Health Policy and The Physician.