Dr A Moorthy is a Consultant Rheumatologist at a busy teaching hospital, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS trust. He is also Honorary senior Lecturer at Leicester Medical School and appointed as Visiting Professor of Rheumatology at one of the prestigious Medical University in India. Dr.Moorthy was the recipient of NASS Best care Rheumatologist award by Patient Choice and received this award at House of Commons.
Dr Moorthy runs Specialist Back Pain-Ankylosing spondylitis clinics at Leicester Royal Infirmary with MDT input by Physiotherapist. Dr Moorthy also runs NHS clinics at Leicester General Hospital, and Loughborough Community Hospitals. Dr Moorthy is the lead clinician for Ankylosing spondylitis and Ultrasound service in Rheumatology.
Moorthy sees private patients by prior appointment at Spire Leicester Hospital, Nuffield Hospital Leicester, Spire Nottingham Hospital and Woodland Hospital, Kettering, Northamptonshire.
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- Leicester Royal Infirmary
- Leicester General Hospital
- Loughborough Hospital
I came with my partner and as soon as we walked through the door, we felt relaxed and were given a massive welcome. You could see the reception staff were busy but they were all smiling and welcoming and we thought they were fantastic.
Special mention to Dr Moorthy who took the time to listen and understand my issues, and we cannot sing his praises high enough. He was absolutely fantastic. Thank you to everyone involved in the process; you are all a massive credit to the hospital.”
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Mr. J D, Kettering
Mrs. J B, Leicester
We, in India, badly need this kind of rational teaching - as our teaching, as you know, is still heavily dependent on rote memorization of detailed information from big books such as Harrison.
I am sure the students were enlightened by the exposure and introduction that you gave and it will help them shape their approach to learning medicine in more effective ways.
I hope to be in touch with you. Once again, thank you on behalf of my daughter and all the trainees.