Dr Aimée Brame is a Consultant Physician who has completed specialist training in Respiratory, General Medicine and Intensive Care Medicine. She specialises in pulmonary vascular disease and pulmonary hypertension.
She works as a Consultant Intensivist and Pulmonary Hypertension Physician at Guys and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust and is an Honorary Consultant Physician in Pulmonary Hypertension at the Royal Brompton Hospital. She also performs private work at London Bridge Hospital.
She undertook her undergraduate training at the University of Birmingham (2001) and postgraduate training in Respiratory and General Medicine in the North West Thames region. Following this, she completed Intensive Care training in the London deanery and holds the European Diploma in Intensive Care Medicine (EDIC). She was awarded a PhD in Translational Medicine and Therapeutics from the University of Cambridge in 2015.
Dr Brame is currently involved in a number of clinical studies investigating changes in haemodynamics in a range of clinical conditions. She has authored several book chapters and has been published in a number of peer reviewed journals.
She is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of London and Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine. She is also a Senior Clinical Lecturer at King's College, London.
Dr Brame consults on a Friday morning at HCA London Bridge and is available for Video Conferencing appointments on a Friday afternoon.
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MBChB University of Birmingham 2001
MRCP Royal College of Physicians (London) 2004
EDIC (European Diploma Intensive Care Medicine) European Society Intensive Care Medicine 2011
PhD University of Cambridge 2015
FFICM Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine 2015
FRCP Royal College of Physicians (London) 2019
Dr Brame is an excellent opinion on all aspects of respiratory medicine. In the investigation of chronic cough often there is input required from both gastroenterologists (to assess for silent reflux) and respiratory physicians in order to establish diagnosis and appropriate treatment. Dr Brame and I have looked after many patients together to help patients in this area.