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  The Clinic has Anaesthetists, Radiologists, Physiotherapists, Nurses and a Secretary all working as a team with Mr. Kulkarni.
Dr. Lloyd Harding

Consultant Anaesthetist MBBCH FRCA

Dr Lloyd harding has been a Welsh resident for 15 years. He was born and educated in South England coming to Cardiff in 1987 where he trained as a doctor at the University of Wales College of Medicine, qualifying in 1992. Following this he spent a year in New Zealand broadening his experiences before returning to Cardiff to train as an anaesthetist. On completion of his anaesthetic training he was appointed as a Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care at The Royal Gwent Hospital in 2001. Speciality interests within anaesthesia are intensive care medicine, paediatric anaesthesia and regional anaesthesia for trauma and orthopaedics. Outside of medicine his time is taken up by his family and a keen interest in sports, he is an accomplished golfer, cricketer, surfer and fly-fisherman.

Dr. John Gough

Consultant Anaesthetist MBBS(Lond) FRCA

Dr John Gough is a native of South Wales having been born in Cardiff and brought up in Barry. He went to St. Mary's Hospital in London to train as a doctor and qualified in 1980.He returned to Cardiff to train as an anaesthetist and was appointed as a Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care at the Royal Gwent Hospital in 1989.His main interest is Intensive Care Medicine and he was Director of the ITU from 1992 to 2001 when he became Clinical Director of Anaesthetics at the Gwent. However he still finds time to pursue his interests outside of medicine and is a keen surfer,fisherman , gardener and a proud father of four growing boys. Truly a renaissance man.


Consultant Radiologist MBBCH FRCR

Dr Andy Jones has been working at St.Joseph ' s Hospital since starting as an NHS Consultant Radiologist at the Royal Gwent Hospital , Newport in 1995. He also has admitting rights at BUPA Hospital , Cardiff . Born in Cardiff , he trained as a doctor at the University of Wales Medical School in Cardiff and as a Radiologist in various hospitals in the Midlands and Wales . His subspecialty interest is in orthopaedic radiology which involves the interpretation of x-rays, ultrasound scans, isotope scans, CT scans and MRI scans. In addition he performs many diagnostic and therapeutic injections of the many joints in the body including several spinal injections (epidurals, nerve root blocks, facet joint injections).