Dr Ranjan Suri is an expert in paediatric respiratory medicine who practices as a consultant at the Great Ormond Street Hospital and is the lead physician for the Longterm Ventilation Unit. He also practices privately at both The Portland Hospital and BUPA Cromwell Hospital in London, treating children with asthma, respiratory infections, cystic fibrosis, chronic cough and sleep-disordered breathing.
Dr Suri has gained his experience both in the UK and internationally, previously working in two UK tertiary respiratory centres: Royal Brompton Hospital in London and the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne, Australia. He is proactively involved in clinical research, especially in chronic respiratory conditions such as cystic fibrosis and asthma and has written extensively on a variety of respiratory related conditions, including peer-reviewed papers and book chapters.
He is also a proud member of both the British Paediatric Respiratory Society and The European Respiratory Society and gained a Fellowship at the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. As an internationally renowned paediatric doctor, his main goal is to provide world-class respiratory service and care to both children and their parents to improve the life of some of society's most vulnerable children.