Dr David Game is a leading Consultant Nephrologist with HCA Healthcare at London Bridge Hospital, along with an NHS role at Guy's and St. Thomas' Hospital in London. He has a wide range of experience in all aspects of renal and transplant medicine but has a special interest in acute and chronic kidney disease.
He began his career with a Degree in Medical Sciences from Cambridge University and studied Clinical Medicine at Oxford University. Following this, he completed his basic postgraduate training in Edinburgh he received the prestigious MRC Clinical Training Fellowship in which he was awarded a PhD in Transplant Immunology from Imperial College London. He then completed his socialist training in general medicine and renal training across numerous centres of excellence in the North Thames Region and spent 3 years at Imperial College London as a Clinical Lecturer. Throughout his career, he has been heavily published and remains actively involved in research. He has made an enviable reputation for himself both nationally and internationally, presenting at conferences and seminars. in 2012 he was voted as Guy's Hospital "Teacher of the Year" by junior doctors.