Dr Sri Vaidyanathan

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Written by a member of staff at St James's University Hospital
2nd February 2015


A really good colleague to work with, keen to teach and support those junior to him and to undertake his role within the team.

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Written by a member of staff at St James's University Hospital
19th January 2015


Fun to work with. Excellent teacher and guides junior doctors effectively in day to day clinical practice. Very knowledgeable and meticulous. Keep up the good work.

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Written by a member of staff at St James's University Hospital
19th January 2015


Dr Vaidyanathan is a senior colleague of mine. He has devoted many hours to teaching, training and supporting his junior colleagues. He prides his work on patient safety, excellent communication, excellent anatomical knowledge and support of colleagues. He has helped junior radiology registrars in many areas of their training including radiological anatomy teaching, plain film reporting, ultrasound technique and reporting. He is always available for advice and support. Dr Vaidyanathan should keep up his hard work and keep on imparting knowledge to his junior colleagues so they too can produce the best level of care to patients.

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Written by a member of staff at St James's University Hospital
19th January 2015


An unexpected and potentially emotional diagnosis was discovered during a routine scan by a junior colleague on a female patient. Dr Vaidyanathan stepped in to discuss the findings with the patient. He allowed the patient to get dressed and take a seat and asked myself (female) to accompany him so the patient would feel more comfortable. He discussed the findings in a sensitive manner with a thorough understanding of the patient background. I thought the situation was handled in an efficient and empathetic manner. I believe it was an excellent example of patient care, with the best possible outcome for the patient.

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