Consultants
 

 

Mr Francis Morris - Clinical Director

Mr. Jim Wardrope

 

Professor Steve Goodacre - MB, ChB, MRCP, DipIMC, FCEM, MSc, PhD


Steve did his higher specialist training in Emergency Medicine in Yorkshire Hospitals from 1993-1998. He also pursued further training in health services research in Sheffield from 1998-2003.

Steve joined the department as a consultant in 1998 and his special interest is in research.

Steve is currently the Deputy Editor of the Emergency Medicine Journal and a Consulting Editor of the Annals of Emergency Medicine.

His website is: http://shef.ac.uk/scharr/sections/hsr/emergency/staff/stevegoodacre

Professor Sue Mason

Sue qualified in medicine from London University in 1990. She pursued her training initially in surgery and then specialised in Emergency Medicine. Sue spent a year as a Royal College of Surgeons of England Research Fellow and was awarded an MD whilst undertaking higher training in Emergency Medicine.

She joined Sheffield University as a Senior Clinical Lecturer in 2001, was promoted to Reader in 2007 and professor in 2010. Sue is currently Director of Health Services Research for ScHARR. She divides her time between the university and as a consultant at the Sheffield Teaching Hospitals Trust Emergency Department.

Sue’s main research interests include evaluating complex interventions in emergency and urgent care. She is particularly interested in the evaluation of new roles and alternative pathways of patient care.

Sue’s university website is: http://www.sheffield.ac.uk/scharr/sections/hsr/emergency/staff/suzannemason 

 

Dr. Sue Croft - MB, ChB, MRCP, FCEM

Sue did her training in Sheffield in both Acute and Emergency Medicine. She joined the department as a consultant in 2011.

Sue’s interests include Acute Medicine and Medical Education.


 

 

Dr. Avril Kuhrt - MBChB FCEM

 

Avril graduated from Sheffield University Medical School in 1999 and completed all her training in the South Yorkshire region. She has been a consultant here since 2009. Her interests include Trauma, Medical Education and Induction
 

Outside work, Avril is renowned for her baking skills and is a keen musician. She plays the piano and euphonium

 

Dr. Abu Hassan - MB.BCh.BAO, MRCP, FCEM

Abu did his undergraduate medical degree in the Royal College of Surgeons Dublin, Ireland and graduated in 1999. He then went on to train in adult and emergency medicine in the Mersey and South Yorkshire Deanery. He has also completed subspeciality training in Paediatric Emergency Medicine. Abu joined as a consultant in 2010. 

He is the clinical governance lead for the department and his special interests include information technology and ED working practices.

Outside medicine, he enjoys playing in the local orchestras and in various musical ensembles.

 

 

Dr. Shammi Ramlakhan
 

 

Dr. Roger Dalton

 

 

Dr. Stuart Reid - MBChB, FCEM

Stuart graduated from the University of Sheffield in 2002 and underwent his postgraduate training in Sheffield and Northampton. He joined the department in 2011 and is trust clinical lead for major trauma, as well as trust lead for the medical emergency response team (MERIT).

Stuart’s special interests are major trauma, pre hospital care and procedural sedation. He is a doctor on the Yorkshire Air Ambulance and West Yorkshire Medic Response Team.

When not at work he can be found running or cycling in the Peak District.

 

 

 Dr. Mohamed Gossiel

 

 

Matron Richard Kemp

 

Sister Julie Perrin, Nurse Consultant Emergency Care - RGN, RM, MA

Julie qualified as a Registered General Nurse in 1983 and as Registered Midwife in 1980. She joined the Emergency Department in 1997 and took up her current post in 2001.

Julie is the Professional Lead for the Emergency Nurse Practitioner service that operates across the city. Approximately 25 thousand patients per year are treated between a nurse led unit and a minor injury service within the Emergency Department.

Julie is the Course Leader for the Minor Injury module and the Minor Illness module at Sheffield Hallam University. She was the Project Lead for the South Yorkshire Emergency Care Practitioner Scheme in 2004 and is currently providing professional and academic support to the Hospital at Night Scheme.

 

Non-clinical staff


Mrs. Sally Weir – ED Manager
 

 

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