Dr Anirban Romi Saha
MA (Cambridge University, Downing College) First Class Honours
BMBch (Oxford University, Christchurch and John Radcliffe Hospital)
PhD Neuroscience (Kings College, London and St Andrew’s Universities)
MRCP (Edinburgh), FRCP (London)
GMC Specialist Registration in Neurology 2009 (No: 4122632)
Romi Saha Consultant Neurologist (full time) Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust since 2005; Neurology Lead Consultant 2010-2014
Royal Sussex County Hospital and Hurstwood Park Neurological Centre
Clinical Neurology Teaching Lead for Brighton and Sussex Medical School 2005-2014
Honorary Consultant, Movement Disorders and Parkinson’s Disease Centre of Excellence, Kings College Hospital, London – 2014 onwards
Currently awarded 6 Clinical Excellence Points.
Piece of Mind
Diagnosis of Symptoms
e.g. Headache, Blackouts, Seizures, Tremor, Numbness, Neuropathic pain, Weakness, Memory, Speech & Language Problems, Gait and Balance Problems, Dizziness†, Double Vision
Conditions commonly managed
Migraine, Cluster Headache, Parkinson’s Disease, Dystonia, Epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis, Peripheral Neuropathy, Trigeminal Neuralgia, Myasthenia, Motor Neuron Disease, Certain Sleep Disorders (e.g. Restless Legs Syndrome).
I have been a full time NHS Consultant Neurologist since 2005 and the Lead Neurologist for the Neuroscience Centre in Sussex since 2010. I diagnose and manage most of the conditions mentioned in the quick links webpage and many more!
Where I can see you?
Romi Saha Full Time NHS Consultant General Neurologist
Most of my patients are based in Sussex, however I am increasingly seeing both Private and NHS patients from Kent and Surrey.
General NHS Neurologist and I routinely see patients with a wide spectrum of neurological disorders (over 18 years of age only).
When A Referral To Me May Not Be Appropriate
Although I am experienced in looking after patients with Vertigo/Dizziness, Stroke and Dementia, I generally see patients for a second opinion after they have first been seen by ENT, Stroke Service or Community Memory Services respectively.