Dr Tim Chapman is a consultant respiratory physician practicing at the chest clinics of Spire Harpenden Hospital in Hertfordshire, Pinehill Hospital in Hitchin and at the Cobham Clinic at the Luton and Dunstable University Hospital in Bedfordshire. He works as an NHS consultant at the Luton and Dunstable Unversity Hospital.
He is the Clinical Director of Acute Medicine, lead consultant for Airways disease and Pleural disease, and a lead consultant for lung cancer at the Luton and Dunstable University Hospital where he is involved in many aspects of service improvement, training and development.
Dr Chapman was trained at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals in London. He completed his specialist respiratory training at internationally renowned centres of excellence in London; St George’s Hospital, The Royal Marsden Hospital and The Royal Brompton Hospital.
Dr Chapman was awarded a prized 'Darzi Fellowship' in thoracic oncology and medical leadership at the Royal Marsden Hospital. This included managerial training from the University of Leeds. Dr Chapman also holds a Masters degree with distinction (MSc) in Allergy from Imperial College, London, undertaken whilst at The Royal Brompton hospital, specialising in chronic cough, asthma and allergy.
Dr Chapman has research published in international journals and presented his work at national and international conferences. He is part of the education faculty at Luton and Dunstable University Hospital, teaching undergraduate students and postgraduate doctors in medicine.
Dr Chapman's private life mainly revolves around his young family but does occasionally get to satisfy his interest in rugby, football and skiing. He has recently tried to train his dog to an acceptable standard but not with much success.
About Dr Tim Chapman | Consultant Respiratory Physician