Clinical Training & Roles

Dr Mahmud studied undergraduate Medicine at King’s College London and was a clinical student of King’s College Hospital. He was medical houseman at the Kent & Sussex Hospital and trained in General Medicine at King’s College, St Thomas’, St Peter’s and Pembury hospitals.

He undertook his rheumatology training at King’s College Hospital with Professor David Scott and Dr John Goodwill, the Lupus Unit at St Thomas’ Hospital with Dr Graham Hughes and at Guy’s Hospital rheumatology unit with Professor Gabriel Panayi and Dr Terry Gibson.  Dr Mahmud also provided the Ankylosing Spondylitis service at the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases.

Dr Mahmud’s other roles:

  • President, Rheumatologists at Training (1997-99). Represented trainees at the national bodies: Council & Clinical Affairs Committees, BSR
  • Standing Advisory Committee in Rheumatology, reporting to the JCHMT of the Royal College of Physicians of London
  • Clinical Lead for Osteoporosis, Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust (2006)
  • Clinical Lead for Clinical Audit (2005 – 2010)
  • Clinical Lead for Clinical Governance (2005 – 2010)
  • Founder, New Consultants Group (2009)
  • Founder, Centre for Patient Involvement (2009)
  • Member, TACIT Trial Steering Committee (2009)

Dr Mahmud received a Clinical Excellence Award in 2008 and an NHS SE Innovations award on his work on patient feedback in 2010.

Dr Mahmud is an Associate of King’s College London.