Dr Pushkar Dadarkar qualified in Medicine at St George’s Hospital London in 1990.
He first trained in General Medicine at Kings College Hospital London with posts in Accident and Emergency, Diabetes, Care of the Elderly, Cardiology and Renal Medicine during which time he passed the MRCP(UK) diploma. He then went on to train in Anaesthesia at University College Hospitals London during which time he obtained the FRCA. He undertook laboratory and clinical research Fellowships at The Mayo Clinic and Parkland Hospital in Dallas before returning to the UK where he became Consultant Anaesthetist at Wexham Park Hospital in 2003.
Dr Dadarkar’s professional interests include Pre-Operative Assessment of the high risk patient, Blood Transfusion and Ultrasound guided regional anaesthesia (nerve blocks). Dr Dadarkar has kept up to date with the latest techniques in anaesthesia and teaches on Difficult Airway and Ultrasound Guided nerve block courses as well as being involved in simulation scenarios.
He draws upon his broad experience to comprehensively assess risk and chart an appropriately tailored anaesthetic to achieve his aim of providing a safe, comfortable and relaxed experience for his patients.