I have worked in Neurology
since 1993, studying for my MD Thesis (on Diabetic Neuropathy, 1995). I then
undertook the modern curriculum-based training in Southampton to fully qualify
for my CCST in 1999. I was a Consultant Neurologist in Southend & at the
Royal London Hospital for 3 years before moving to Guildford, Surrey in 2002, with
Honorary Consultant status at St George’s Hospital Neuroscience Unit.
Throughout my whole time as
a Consultant, I have been a departmental Lead. Active learning & staying up to
date has been a core ethos so I have been very proactive in training junior doctors
& medical students, as a personally bestowed Honorary Senior Lecturer at
The Royal London & since 2014 Educational Supervisor for Neurology in the
Kent, Surrey & Sussex Deanery. I served 6 years on the National Association
of British Neurologists Services & Standards Committee, then 6 years on the
Epilepsy Special Interest Group, and since then it’s Quality Committee, my
belief being that Best Care is only possible by maintaining contemporaneous
knowledge for Neurology and modern process.
However, I hold by old-fashioned clinical values & experience to apply current skills, listening
to the detail individuals share during consultations so as to optimally action
state-of-the-art tests & treatments, to try one’s hardest to Get It Right
clinically the First Time. And allowing patients time is usually pivotal, to
understand them as a whole & support them. I have broad experience in
general neurology with high exposure to acute care and long-term conditions
leading on MS, epilepsy and motor neuron disease but I can all reflect upon
many years seeing rare cases & presentations.
- Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP)
- Lumbar puncture
- Royal College of Physicians
- British Medical Association.
- Medical Defence Union
Other posts held
- Consultant & Clinical Lead Neurologist, Royal Surrey County Hospital
Dr Graham Warner does not hold a share or financial interest in this hospital, another Nuffield Health hospital or the company.
Dr Graham Warner does not have a share or financial interest in equipment used at this hospital or another Nuffield Health hospital.
Dr Graham Warner does not hold any paid advisory role(s) at this hospital or on behalf of Nuffield Health.