Dr Chodhari qualified in Medicine in 1993. His subsequent paediatric training included
working at Royal Brompton, Royal Marsden, University College London and Great Ormond Street Hospital’s. He was awarded Wellcome Trust clinical Fellowship and undertook research at University College London focussing on respiratory problems in children such as recurrent chest infections.
After obtaining accreditation in general paediatrics in 2008, He was appointed as Consultant Paediatrician at Royal Free London NHS Foundation trust. Dr Chodhari is a founding member of a popular “one stop” paediatric allergy service offering holistic allergy care for children in North London. Clinic offers multidisciplinary team of allergy nurse, dietician and instant opinion form various specialities. The allergy clinic offers a full range of allergy diagnostic tests, including skin prick test and food challenges. Recently NHS England has granted tertiary paediatric allergy status recognising offer of advanced diagnostic options (Recombinant IgE testing, Spirometry and Exhaled Nitric Oxide) and specialised treatments (such as immunotherapy).
He also undertakes paediatric allergy clinics at Royal National Ear Nose and Throat Hospital supporting children with allergic rhinitis. He is passionate about health literacy and was supported by AsthmaUK charity for Speak Up for Asthma (SUFA) campaign teaching asthma in schools through an interactive presentation.
His private clinics are held at Royal Free Hospital, Hampstead, London.
Karen Cartwright Ext 35095 or direct line 0207 8302211 Fax: 020 7830 2003 Mob: 07711808012
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