Professor Suveer Singh

Pulmonary, Sleep and Critical Care in London


Professor Suveer Singh areas of expertise:

Professional statement

Professor Suveer Singh is a prominent, award-winning respiratory, sleep and critical care consultant based in central London, who specialises in bronchoscopy, respiratory infection and chronic cough alongside respiratory diseases, respiratory failure and chest pain. He privately practices at Cromwell Hospital, The Sloane Hospital and Shirley Oaks Hospital as well as London Bridge Hospital and Chelsea Outpatient Centre.  His NHS bases are Royal Brompton & Harefield, and the Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trusts, London.

Professor Singh, who is also professor of practice at Imperial College, London, is also an experienced specialist in sleep apnoea and other sleep disorders like insomnia, alongside acute respiratory infection including COVID-19 and post-ITU recovery. Furthermore, he also has consultant experience in cardiac and burns intensive care, and he is a member of the national, platinum-marked Royal Brompton ECMO-SARF service and lead of the SARF/ECMO follow-up clinic, most recently during the COVID-19 pandemic.

He has an BSc and MBBC from Guys & St. Thomas' Hospitals Medical School, and underwent further postgraduate training at Royal Brompton Hospital, King's College, Chelsea and Westminster and Hammersmith Hospitals in London. He undertook a PhD in the mechanism of microvascular dysfunction at the National Heart and Lung Institute, London.

Professor Singh, who is active researcher with interests in early diagnostic markers for ventilator pneumonia and Burns inhalation injury, bronchoscopy (EBUS and interventional) and respiratory infection alongside post intensive care syndrome and microcirculatory disorders, is a decorated clinical teacher. In 2013 he was awarded the Imperial NHS Teacher's award, while he has been the Distinguished Teacher nominee for the trust in 2014, 17 and 18.

He is also the lead for Year 5 Critical Care Medicine, examiner for the Royal College of Physicians MRCP and the European Society and Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine EDIC courses, as well as for international fellowship programmes. He has been tutor for the intensive care faculty FICM. He supervises PhD, MD and BSc fellows involved in critical care and respiratory medicine academic research and has held grants from the National Institute of Academic Anaesthesia and the Westminster Medical School Joint Research committee for MD studies. 

He is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy, frequently lectures nationally and internationally on Respiratory and sLDoee and examines internally and externally for MD and PhD awards.

Professor Singh is also chief and principal investigator for multicentre trials of early diagnostic markers in pulmonary infection and sepsis, weaning from ECMO and bronchoscopic sampling lung-volume reduction studies. He is also a respected academic who has published over 100 peer-reviewed articles, is the editor of the Oxford textbook Respiratory Critical Care and Respiratory Section editor and Editorial Board member of Medicine International. He is also an associate editor of Respiration, and reviewer for several international intensive care and respiratory journals.

Find out more about Professor Singh's work via his personal website, Respiratory Doctor.                       

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