Dr James Pattison is a leading consultant nephrologist based in London. His specialisms are urinary tract infections, diabetic kidney disease, hypertension, and all stages of chronic kidney disease. He also has a specialist interest in glomerular diseases and kidney transplantation. He privately practices at London Bridge Hospital, BMI The Blackheath Hospital and The Private Outpatients Consulting Rooms clinic in the capital. His NHS base is Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, where he has practiced for over 25 years.
Dr Pattison has a very busy clinical practice and alongside receiving impressive reviews from his patients, he is noted for his involvement as a principal investigator in clinical trials. These study new immunosuppressive agents used in kidney transplantation treatment.
Dr Pattison has an impressive educational history, qualifying from Oxford University in 1987. He went on to undergo higher training in renal medicine, both nationally at Guy’s Hospital, and internationally at Stanford University in California, USA.
Dr Pattison is also a respected name in medical academia. He has authored two books, written several book chapters and co-authored several publications, mainly in the field of kidney transplantation. His work also has also been widely published in peer-reviewed journals.
Furthermore, Dr Pattison is an active member of various professional bodies including the Royal College of Physicians (RCP), The UK Kidney Association (UKKA) and the British Transplantation Society (BTS) alongside The Medico-Legal Society.