Dr Stephan Brincat has been a specialist in General Medicine and Nephrology (kidney medicine) since 2011. He is currently based at St George’s Hospital, London and BMI Shirley Oaks Hospital.
Dr Brincat holds dual accreditation in Nephrology and General Internal Medicine and his specialist training has been based in London and Kent. He has worked in some of the most prestigious hospitals in the country, including the Renal and Transplant Centre at Guy’s and St Thomas’s hospital and the Renal Unit at King’s College Hospital.
Dr Brincat has clinical interest in General Nephrology, including acute kidney injury and chronic kidney disease, haematuria, proteinuria, as well as hypertension management. He has undertaken research in anaemia of renal disease and has presented and published both nationally and internationally.
Dr Brincat is an excellent teacher and he has maintained an active involvement in medical education at several levels, including junior doctors and undergraduate students. He is a faculty member at the Simulation Lab at St George’s Hospital and an examiner at St George’s Medical School. Apart from his clinical and teaching duties, he is the Service Development Lead of the Acute Medical Unit at St George’s Hospital, with a commitment to improve the quality of care and experience of patients.