What we do

At both Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and West Middlesex University Hospital we diagnose and manage conditions which cause painful joints and muscles. We see people of all ages including both adults and children. We have close links with Orthopaedics, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Podiatry, Plastic Surgery and other departments, to help make things as streamlined as possible for patients.

Conditions we treat include:

  • Early inflammatory, rheumatoid and psoriatic arthritis
  • Ankylosing spondylitis, cervical and lumbar spondylosis
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Polymyalgia rheumatica and soft tissue rheumatism
  • Connective tissue disorders such as lupus and vasculitis
  • Gout and osteoporosis

We offer a variety of services including general and specialist clinics (for inflammatory arthritis, drug monitoring, ankylosing spondylitis, connective tissue disorders, osteoporosis and children’s rheumatology). At West Middlesex we provide a joint injection clinic for conditions such as tennis elbow, frozen shoulder and carpal tunnel syndrome. 

Our team 

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

The team is made up of consultants Dr Alex Brand, Dr Margaret Callan and Dr Mediola Ismajli, specialist doctor Dr Matt Ho and associate specialist Dr Amjad Jilani. The specialist nurses are Lisa Bryant, Bridget Ryan and Ashlynne Van Vuuren.

West Middlesex University Hospital

The team is made up of consultants Dr Diana Davis, Dr Venkat Reddy and Dr Gagandeep Takhar, consultant nurse Diane Home and specialist nurse Jennifer Fitzgerald.


Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

Please see main reception staff who will direct you. 

West Middlesex University Hospital

We are located in Outpatients 3 on the Ground Floor, opposite the Pharmacy in the main hospital building.


Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

T: 020 3315 8348
T: 020 3315 5679 (advice line) 

West Middlesex University Hospital

T: 020 8321 5370 (enquiries)
T: 020 8321 5610 (appointments)

Additional information

To find out more about the Chelsea and Westminster Rheumatoid Arthritis Group please call 020 3315 5679.


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