Mr Raghu Ram Vindlacheruvu FRCS SN
Mr Vindlacheruvu has been a consultant neurosurgeon since 2006. For ease, he is referred to as Mr V.
He qualified in Medicine from Queens' College, Cambridge University in 1993. After surgical training in London, he completed specialist neurosurgical training in Newcastle and Middlesborough, before returning to London as a consultant.
He has a high volume practice covering neurovascular, brain tumours and spinal degenerative disease, as well as his share of general neurosurgery.
He was head of department at Queen's Hospital, Romford (2015 - 2022). Whilst the clinical lead he oversaw significant growth and infrastructure development within the department. Growth was been underpinned by consultant sub-specialisation and expansion, development of specialist nurses, and adhering to a robust clinical governance framework.
He is the current elected President of the British Neurovascular Group. This society guides neurovascular services in all UK neurosurgical units, and reports to the British Society of Neurological Surgeons (SBNS). He sits on the SBNS Council which runs British and Irish Neurosurgery. He is passionate about Equity, Diversity and Inclusivity for which he was recruited to the National Neurosurgical EDI Committee. He is leading the Neurosurgical part of the Green Surgery Project.
Gemma Mason provides Mr. V with PA support. Gemma is employed by Private Practice Management Ltd (PPML) who have been providing private practice PA support to consultants across the UK since 2005. They put patients first; their journey, their care, and make them feel in control of their healthcare journey.
With 20+ years’ experience as a Medical Secretary both in the NHS and private sectors, Gemma brings invaluable experience to PPML and Mr V and his patients. In her own words: “I love working in healthcare and helping make a difference in peoples lives. Outside of work, I am mum to teens. I love spending time with my family and those who mean the most to me. I love reading, kickboxing, dancing and visiting new places.”