Dr. Bakul Kumar
|Jobs after leaving Medical School|
|Till Feb 1976||Started Diploma in Anaesthesia course in Osmania General Hospital
Undertook Private practice in Kavadiguda
|Feb 1976||Started working in Montego Bay, Jamaica in the Anaesthetic department. Obtained Diploma in Anaesthesia from University of West Indies|
|December 1978||After completing the contract in West Indies, I undertook an attachment in Anaesthesia in Bromsgrove General Hospital, followed by training posts in Birmingham starting in December 1978
Obtained Fellowship from the Royal College of Anaesthetists in 1981
|1981-1987||After completing post fellowship training in Pain medicine in Liverpool and Sweden and Senior Registrar rotation I became a Consultant in Anaesthesia and Pain medicine in 1987 at City Hospital, Birmingham.|
|1987-1997||In addition to administering anaesthesia, I started a multi-disciplinary Pain service, which became highly successful in the West Midlands, catering for up to 7,000 patients a year.|
|1997- April 2016||I was approached by Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, Birmingham to join them. Here I set up a brand new multidisciplinary Pain service and till retirement we were seeing more than 8,000 patients a year.
As the Clinical Director of Anaesthesia I set up Acute Pain Service, Critical Out reach clinics, Preoperative assessment clinic.
I also started Physician Assistant training Programme in Anaesthesia.
I gave up anaesthesia in 2010 and continued working full time in Pain medicine as the Clinical Director of the services till retirement in April 2016
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