Current Job & Mini Biography

Dr. Shanthi ParamothayanDr. Shanthi Paramothayan has a degree in Medical Biochemistry and a PhD from the University of Cambridge. Her undergraduate medical training was undertaken at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital Medical School, University of London. She qualified in 1993 with several academic prizes and with Distinction in Medicine. After completing her MRCP at first attempt (1996) she trained as a Physician, specialising in Respiratory Medicine. She trained for several years in leading hospitals including St. George’s Hospital and the Royal Brompton Hospital.

Dr. Paramothayan completed her training in Respiratory and General Medicine in 2001. At St. Helier University Hospital, she was Foundation Training Programme Director from 2010-2012, Director of Medical Education from 2011-2015 and Associate Medical Director for Education from 2015-2016. She is now Associate Foundation Dean for Health Education South London.

At St. Helier University Hospital she has responsibility for the care of medical in patients and for training junior doctors and medical students.

She has a particular interest and expertise in the management of patients with:

She works closely with the Royal Marsden Hospital and with the Royal Brompton Hospital.

She is an excellent bronchoscopist undertaking all procedures, including transbronchial biopsies. She is trained in thoracic ultrasound and pleural procedures and is fully trained in reporting sleep studies. She also undertakes medico-legal work and is an expert witness.