Radiology and Nuclear Medicine services in Bath, UK
Dr Richard Graham
Richard Graham is a Consultant Radiologist with sub-specialist expertise in diagnostic and interventional musculoskeletal radiology, sports imaging and nuclear medicine. He studied at the Universities of Cambridge (graduating with first class honours) and Oxford. He trained in radiology in Oxford and was awarded the Constance Thornton Fellowship in 2008 by the Royal College of Radiologists to undertake a visiting fellowship at Stanford University Medical Centre, California. Richard is a member of the Royal Naval Reserve where he is in charge of medical officers nationally. He has been called out in to regular service with the Royal Navy and has served as a Consultant Radiologist at Camp Bastion in Afghanistan.
Research and Teaching Interests:
Imaging of pulmonary embolic disease
Battlefield pre-hospital medical care
Deputy Medical Director at the Royal United Hospital
Consultant Radiologist at the Royal United Hospital
Consultant Radiologist at the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases
Manager of Medical Officers and Consultant Radiologist for the Royal Naval Reserve
Honorary Clinical Lecturer, University of Bristol
Visiting Senior Lecturer, University of Bath
Lecturer in Medicine, Hertford College, University of Oxford
Membership of professional, national and regional bodies:
Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists
Member of the British Society of Skeletal Radiologists
Member of the British Nuclear Medicine Society
Member of the BMA Armed Forces Committee
Honorary Secretary of the Royal Society of Medicine Radiology Section
Why are we called Sulis Imaging?
The ancient name of Bath was Aquae Sulis, meaning "Waters of Sulis". Sulis is an ancient British goddess. Since medieval times, the location which we now know as Bath has been associated with the healing properties of its natural springs. While approaches to medicine and medical procedures today are undoubtedly very different, the city of Bath enjoys a reputation of first-class healthcare, and is a sought-after destination both for consultants to work and patients to visit.