Dr Austin Hunt qualified from the Royal Free Hospital London in 1996. He completed MRCP in 2002 and trained in renal and general medicine (CCST 2007). He completed a Transplant fellowship at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital Western Australia, prior to taking up an NHS consultant post at University Hospital Plymouth in 2008. His clinical duties are equally split between Renal and Acute medicine. Past Service Line Director for Acute Medicine and Lead Clinician for Ambulatory Care.
Dr Hunt co founded MasangaUK-an educational charity supporting Masanga Hospital in Sierra Leone. The charity raised £600,000 for Global Health /educational projects working in collaboration with Peninsula School of Medicine. Dr Hunt is also a member of core medical school academic team as the Year 3 and 4 Pathway Lead.
- General Medicine
- Renal Medicine
- Global health
"Recurrent and De Novo Glomerulonephritis Following Renal Transplantation" Chapter 10. Dr A Hunt/Dr Mark Denton ( 2012 Core Concepts in Renal Transplantation Anil Chandraker, Mohamed H. Sayegh, Ajay K. Singh-.Division of Renal Medicine Harvard Medical School).
“The sensitivity and specificity of ultrasound estimation of central venous pressure using the internal jugular vein”. Journal of Critical Care . 2012 Jun:27 (3):315.e7-11 SivaB , Hunt A ,Boudville N
- Fellow of Royal College of Physicians London
- Society of Acute Medicine
- British Medical Association
Other post held
- Consultant Acute Physician and Nephrologist, South West Transplant Centre, University Hospital Plymouth
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Dr Austin Hunt does not hold any paid advisory role(s) at this hospital or on behalf of Nuffield Health.