Lawrence Goldberg MBChB MD FRCP

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Lawrence was appointed consultant nephrologist at Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals in 2000, became the Clinical Lead for the Sussex Kidney Unit in 2003, then a divisional chief at the trust from 2008-2014 (Specialised Services division, then the Medicine division). Lawrence’s undergraduate training was at Bristol, followed by early post-graduate medical training in Bristol and Bath, then renal specialty training as registrar then senior registrar in London at St Marys, Charing Cross and Hammersmith hospitals. He also undertook kidney transplant-related research during my training period.

Lawrence was an elected member of the Renal Association Executive Committee and Clinical Affairs Board from 2004-8.  He developed a keen interest and involvement in the development of integrated clinical guidelines, relating to chronic kidney disease, including the following formal roles: Nephrologist on the NICE CKD Guidelines Development Group (2006-8); co-author of the joint Renal Association/British Association of Urological Surgeons guidelines for the investigation and management of non-visible haematuria; and Clinical Lead for the national CKD 18 week pathway (2008).

Since 2013 Lawrence has chaired the South East Clinical Senate from the time it came in to being, and has focussed on ensuring a full range and balance of clinical and patient expertise is made available to the health systems within Kent, Surrey and Sussex in order to provide high quality and independent strategic clinical reviews and advice on important healthcare-related themes and developments. 

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