Dr Matthew Lees
Dr Matthew Lees BMedSci(Hons), BMBS, FRCA, FFICM, became a consultant in anaesthetics and intensive care medicine in 2011, joining the Queen Victoria Hospital team in 2018.
He trained at the University of Nottingham Medical School, then completing the Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham, medical Senior House Officer rotation before moving on to complete his training in anaesthetics and intensive care medicine, becoming a fellow of the faculty of intensive care medicine in 2017.
Dr Lees has a broad spectrum of interests in intensive care, burns anaesthesia and medical training, is an instructor in advanced life support (ALS), advanced trauma life support (ATLS) and advanced paediatric life support. He serves a course director for ALS and ATLS and is an instructor on the Resuscitation Council UK’s Generic instructors Course and the Royal College of Surgeons’ ATLS instructors course, developing the trainers of the future.
Dr Lees also holds the position of deputy medical director at Queen Victoria Hospital and serves as the joint clinical lead for the hospital’s Community Diagnostic Centre’s physiological studies and investigative pathways.
Page last updated: 5 February 2024.