Dr Ida Forró
Special interests: Perioperative medicine, pre-assessment and patient optimisation, teaching
Dr Ida Forró qualified as a medical doctor at the Third Medical Faculty of Charles University in Prague. She completed her training in anaesthesia and intensive care in the Czech Republic in 2012 and has been working in the NHS since 2008. She furthered her expertise with a Post Certificate of Completion of Training Fellowship in Obstetric Anaesthesia at St Marys Hospital in Manchester.
She has been a consultant anaesthetist since 2013 having worked at the Manchester Royal Infirmary, University College London Hospitals and East Surrey Hospital. She was appointed as a substantive consultant at Queen Victoria Hospital in 2019. In 2020, she obtained a Diploma in Perioperative Medicine from University College London.
Dr Forró’s main interest is perioperative medicine. She is the perioperative lead at QVH and leads the national Getting It Right First Time/Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine project at the Trust. Dr Forró enjoys teaching and mentoring. She is an active advanced trauma life support instructor and course director, and the education supervisor for the perioperative clinical fellow at Queen Victoria Hospital.
Page last updated: 11 January 2024.