Dr Dean Kerslake




Consultant in Emergency Medicine, NHS Lothian.

Consultant in Intensive Care Medicine, NHS Lothian.

Lead for Major Trauma.

Dean graduated from The University of Edinburgh in 2002, having been educated in Northwood, Middlesex.  He joined the South East Scotland Emergency Medicine Training Programme in 2006. During this time he completed a one year trauma fellowship in South Africa and a further thirteen months treating seriously injured patients at the roadside with Kent Air Ambulance and London Air Ambulance. He underwent dual training in Intensive Care Medicine and completed his training in 2013 when he was appointed as a Consultant at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. He is an ultrasound enthusiast and teaches bedside echocardiography for the critically ill patient.

In preparation for the Emergency Department, he spent six years as a nightclub supervisor and nine years in human resources with Marks & Spencer. When not travelling to visit family in London, Spain and Ireland he disappears to far away places doing a multitude of activities with a number of Swedish nurses.

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