Acute, Nuclear and Pallative Medicine consultants

Dr Paul Stevens
Stevens, Dr Paul 
Job title
Medical Director, Consultant Nephrologist & Clinical Director RVIRU
Kidney medicine
Special interests
General nephrology, chronic kidney disease, acute kidney injury
Education and career history
Qualified in 1980 from The London Hospital Medical College. Trained in kidney medicine in the Royal Air Force and at Charing Cross Hospital, London. Appointed as Consultant Nephrologist in 1990 and subsequently took up the post of Clinical Director of Renal Medicine at the Kent and Canterbury Hospital in 1995. Chairman, South Thames MSTC in Nephrology, 1996-2002. Chairman, East Kent Hospitals NHS Trust Medical Staff Committee, 2000-2003. Chairman, DGH Nephrologists Society, 2001-2005. Ex-officio member Renal Association Executive, Member Kidney Alliance, Member College Specialty Committee for Renal Disease 2001-2005 & 2006-date. Royal College Physicians and the Royal College General Practitioners UK CKD guidelines group 2004-06. Clinical Advisor to NICE for the anaemia management in chronic kidney disease and chronic kidney disease guidelines, 2004-2008. Member, Department of Health renal pathology advisory group (October 2005 to date). President, British Renal Society, 2006-2009. Member, Department of Health Renal Advisory Group 2008-date. Co-Chair, Kidney disease Improving Global Outcomes Chronic Kidney Disease Guideline 2009-date
Based at the Kent and Canterbury Hospital with joint responsibility for the William Harvey Renal Satellite unit. Clinics in Canterbury, Folkestone and Ashford.
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