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Dr David Evans
Respiratory Medicine
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Dr David Evans is a consultant in respiratory medicine at Royal Brompton Hospitals and has been a consultant physician since 1999.

Dr Evans graduated from St Mary’s Hospital Medical School in 1987 (MB BS).  He then completed his clinical training in London teaching hospitals whereupon he gained the MRCP diploma from the Royal College of Physicians.

Following this Dr Evans was appointed Senior Registrar in respiratory medicine at the Royal Brompton and St George's Hospitals, London. Following a four-year senior registrar training, he then went on to complete his first consultant post at Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust (1999). In 2001 he then moved to Royal Brompton and Harefield Foundation NHS Trust/West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust to commence my current post (consultant physician/honorary senior lecturer respiratory medicine) in 2001.

Dr David Evans is an honorary senior lecturer in respiratory medicine at the National Heart and Lung Institute. His speciality interests include asthma/airway disorders, in particular, the investigation of a cough and allergy, TB as well as lung cancer (bronchoscopy). He has also written papers within the field of bronchiectasis and infections. Other sub-speciality interests include occupational lung diseases including work-related asthma and asbestos exposure.


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Medical Procedures

  • Asthma 
  • Allergy testing
  • Sleep apnoea test
  • Respiratory pathology
  • Respiratory Lung cancer
  • Infectious diseases
  • Chest medicine
  • Skin prick testing

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Special Interests

  • Sleep Disorders / apnoea
  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
  • Lung cancer
  • Respiratory disorders
  • Allergies; Snoring
  • Tuberculosis; Asthma
  • Coughing complaints
  • Breathlessness assessments
  • Thoracic medicine



Primary Medical Qualification

MB BS 1987 University of London

Specialist Register entry date

General (internal) medicine From 23 Mar 1999

Respiratory medicine From 23 Mar 1999

Further Education/Qualifications

FRCP Royal College of Physicians 2004