Dr Samuel Kemp is a consultant respiratory physician, based at Royal Brompton Hospital, who treats both NHS and private patients.
He studied medicine at Imperial College London and qualified in 2001. Following this, he completed postgraduate research on bronchoscopic lung volume reduction in severe emphysema. He studied this at Royal Brompton Hospital, and was awarded an MD for it.
Afterwards, Dr Kemp started working as a consultant physician in the East Midlands. He set up an interventional bronchoscopy service at King’s Mill Hospital, including lung volume reduction, airway debulking, and endobronchial ultrasound (for mediastinal lymph nodes and peripheral nodules), and a new bronchiectasis clinical service. He was also the director of research and innovation at the hospital.
Dr Kemp returned to Royal Brompton Hospital in 2015.