BMedSci BMBS MRCS (Edin) FRCR (UK) CCT (UK) FRANZCR
Rahul undertook his medical degree at the University of Nottingham, UK graduating in 2002. He stayed on in Nottingham for surgical and then radiology training becoming a Fellow of the Royal College of Radiology in 2009.
Rahul undertook a year’s Interventional fellowship in Nottingham before moving across the pond in 2012 to do two further year-long fellowships in Interventional Radiology and Abdominal Imaging at McGill University in Montreal, Canada.
Following this, Rahul moved to Auckland in 2014 to take up a Consultant Interventional Radiology position at Waitemata DHB. Since July 2020, he has been part of the Northern Regional Interventional Radiology team covering Auckland City, Waitemata and Northland.
He is the Clinical Lead of Interventional Radiology at North Shore Hospital, where he is committed to developing and growing the service. During his time there, Rahul has set up a number of services, including tumour ablation and fibroid embolisation. He has introduced novel procedures to New Zealand, including percutaneous cholangioscopy and thyroid ablation.
Rahul lives on the Shore with his veterinarian wife, four young Kiwi kids and well travelled but ageing dog.