Dr Joseph trained at St Bartholomew's and the Royal London School of Medicine and Dentistry. He went on to complete his Higher Specialist Training in Renal Medicine and General Medicine in London including posts at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospitals, St George's Hospital and Kings College Hospital. In his current post he is the clinical director for medicine, and the clinical lead for acute medicine.
As the acute medicine lead he sees acute medical patients on a daily basis and participates in the general medical on call rota. He also sees all manner of renal patients. He enjoys the variety of unselected patients requiring specialist renal input including electrolyte disturbance, hypertension, renal diabetes, chronic renal failure, acute kidney injury and those requiring renal replacement therapy (dialysis).
Dr Joseph also sees patients who have unexplained symptoms or those who fall in the category of general medical conditions. He has helped to develop the acute medical unit at Princess Royal University Hospital including the ambulatory unit which manages acute medical problems through a day clinic approach. Dr Joseph has a patient centred approach and also enjoys teaching.