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Dr Ramesh Muthuswamy
Consultant psychiatrist
Ramesh Muthuswamy Consultant ED

I am a senior consultant psychiatrist in general adult psychiatry and eating disorders. I am passionate about providing high-quality patient care and I work collaboratively on treatment plans, based on evidence-based medicine and patient preference. I have expertise in depression, anxiety, personality disorders, PTSD, OCD, and bipolar affective disorder.

I have a special interest in eating disorders and have worked as a medical director for a specialist inpatient eating disorders service in London. I aim to offer a thorough psychiatric assessment with diagnostic clarity and an individualised treatment plan.

I am keen to get feedback from my patients as part of clinical practice, to continuously improve what I do. Some examples of the positive feedback I get include:

  • Very kind and made me feel at ease with the situation
  • Very nice and helpful information given
  • Came away with a really clear plan
  • Took my concerns about ASD seriously
  • Has been pro-active in listening to my needs and wants for my treatment plan
  • Always has time to see me and listen to what I want and need, which is very important to me. If it wasn't for Dr Ramesh’s input, I wouldn't have got where I am today. He helped me to get better and for that I can't thank him enough
  • Very appreciative of the help and support offered to date, despite my ongoing difficulties fighting this mental illness and struggles with full successful engagement and recovery
  • Ramesh has been great! Very informative and very helpful! Thank you Ramesh!
  • Ramesh is a very polite, warm hearted man, who is very good at his job and is one of the best doctors I've been to

Position at Priory

Dr Muthuswamy joined Priory Wellbeing Centre Canterbury in 2022 as a consultant psychiatrist with a special interest in eating disorders. He also works as a consultant psychiatrist for a psychiatry intensive care unit for males and is an NHS consultant psychiatrist for the eating disorders service in Kent.

Training

Dr Muthuswamy has completed his higher training at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust where he worked in liaison, forensic, perinatal, acute psychiatry and specialist eating disorders services at St Thomas, Royal Bethlem and Maudsley hospitals.

He also has a special interest in eating disorders and completed his training in quality improvement. He received his certificate of completion of training (CCT) in general adult psychiatry with liaison psychiatry endorsement. He has also completed his Master’s in psychiatric practice at the University of Hertfordshire with distinctions in 'recovery model of psychiatry' and ‘service improvement project’ for patients with ASD.

He is actively involved in service improvement projects to improve patient care and has given both oral and poster presentations at national and international conferences. One of his projects was nominated for the Douglas Bennett prize by The Royal College of Psychiatrists.

Research interests

He held an honorary visiting senior lecturer post with Canterbury Christ Church University, Institute of Medical Sciences. He acted as a principal investigator for self-help interventions for patients with anorexia nervosa, a multi-centre national study and also worked as sub-investigator for a depression study in collaboration with the institute of psychiatry, Kings College London. He is passionate about quality improvement, leadership and medical education.

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