Member of Renal Association
Member of British Transplant Society
Member of American Society of Nephrology
Fellow of Royal College of Physicians
Member of British Medical Association
A pioneering nephrologist, Dr Andrew Palmer was appointed Consultant Nephrologist at St Mary's Hospital in 1983 and moved to Hammersmith Hospital in 2005. The West London Renal Centre at Hammersmith Hospital is the busiest renal unit in the United Kingdom. He also holds Honorary Consultant posts at Harefield and Central Middlesex Hospitals. He is experienced in all aspects of general nephrology (including glomerular disease, hypertension and renovascular disease) and both acute and chronic renal failure. He has longstanding experience of renal transplantation, which is also the subject of most of his research work.
After qualifying in medicine (MBBS) in 1980, Dr Palmer pursued his nephrology training in the renal units of King’s College Hospital and St Mary's Hospital. Besides being an FRCP, he is also a member of the Renal Association, the British Transplant Society, the American Society of Nephrology, the Royal College of Physicians and the British Medical Association.
Acute and chronic renal failure
Renal transplant medicine
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Recommended on 01/03/2016
Recommended on 01/04/2016
Excellent technical ability. Dr Andrew Palmer is highly regarded and affable.
Recommended on 31/01/2017
Recommended on 19/07/2017
Dr Andrew Palmer is someone work very closely with because of my patients with heart failure. He is an excellent renal physician who provides and invaluable service for my patients. He is very approachable and always willing to help