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Andrew RHODES, United Kingdom / Clinical Director

Department of Intensive Care Medicine
St Georges Hospital

Luncheon Symposium 02: Hemodynamic Monitoring in 2015: Why and How? - Hemodynamic Monitoring from OR to SICU – Impact on Surgical Outcomes

Andrew Rhodes trained in Medicine at the University of London qualifying in 1990. He underwent specialist
training in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine and became a consultant at St George’s Hospital,
London in 1999. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, the Royal College of Anaesthesia and
the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine. He is currently the Divisional Chair for Children’s, Women’s,
Diagnostics, Therapeutics and Critical Care at St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust.

Andrew Rhodes has held leadership roles at both a national and an international level. He is a current
Council member of the UK Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine and is the South London Senate
representative to the Clinical Reference Group for Adult Critical Care at NHS England. He is a past chair of
the Cardiovascular Dynamics Section, the Congress Committee and the Division of Scientific Affairs and is
a past president of the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM).

Andrew Rhodes has research interests in the fields of surgery, sepsis, haemodynamics and outcomes
related to Intensive care Medicine. He is widely published in these areas and is regularly invited to lecture
on these subjects all around the World.