Accredited Mediator

robert greenbaumThere is an increasing use of mediation to settle a wide range of disputes prior to court hearings and the expenditure of very large sums of money in legal costs.

The number of complaints to the NHS that can potentially lead to a court action for medical negligence is rapidly increasing. In addition disputes arise within the Health Service that require mediation skills to resolve.

Mediation Training

Accredited Mediator: London School of Mediation April 2016
CMC Accreditation: Applied for

Medical Training & Qualifications

  • Medical School: University College London
  • British Heart Foundation Junior Research Fellow – Royal Brompton Hospital
  • Registrar: The London Chest Hospital
  • Senior Registrar: The Royal Free & Harefield Hospitals
  • BSc with First Class Honours in Physiology
  • Doctor of Medicine
  • Fellow of The Royal College of Physicians of London
  • Fellow of The European Society of Cardiologists
  • Fellow of The American College of Cardiology

NHS Experience

  • Working in NHS 1974 to date
  • Consultant cardiologist since 1987
  • Head of department 10 years
  • Trust Clinical Director of Medicine (a board level appointment) 5 years
  • Appraiser
  • Complaint and dispute investigation and resolution

Medico legal training

  • Writing expert reports in clinical negligence cases
  • Medico-Legal expert Advanced Training
  • Expert Witness Intensive Training Course
  • Courtroom Skills Course
  • Member of the Academy Of Experts
  • Member of The Expert Witness Institute

My pdffull mediation CV can be downloaded as can my pdfcomplaints procedure

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