Dr James Bromilow

Dr James Bromilow trained at the University of Southampton and graduated in 1996. Before commencing training in anaesthetics and intensive care medicine he completed 4 years of general medical training and gained membership to the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP.)

Dr Bromilow's anaesthetic and intensive care training was undertaken within the Wessex Deanery; he gained fellowship to the Royal College of Anaesthetists (FRCA) in 2002. Prior to completing his dual Certificate of Specialist Training, he undertook Fellowships in Anaesthetic Research and Intensive Care Medicine at the Royal Perth Hospital, Australia. During this time he published original research articles on depth of anaesthesia monitoring and was awarded the Nerida Dilworth prize.

After returning from Australia, Dr James Bromilow commenced a Consultant post at Poole Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in 2007 where his clinical time is equally split between the intensive care unit and anaesthetics. He has recently taken the role of Lead Consultant for Intensive Care Medicine. He continues to publish articles in anaesthetic and intensive care journals including a recent review article and book chapter. He is an invited expert reviewer for the British Journal of Anaesthesia and Continuing Education in Anaesthesia, Critical Care and Pain. In 2010, and was awarded a Fellowship to the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine (FFICM.)


Dr James Bromilow continues to have an active role in medical education and instructs on Adult and Paediatric Advanced Life Support Courses. He is an instructor on an Advanced Mechanical Ventilation course as part of the BASIC collaborative from Hong Kong and the PINCER course which prepares candidates for their Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine Exams. He holds a number of management roles for both national and local organizations and in October 2016 was awarded a Health Education England Shine Award for Education and Innovation Champion of the Year.

For more information on Dr James Bromilow's medico-legal experience, prizes, publications, positions of responsibility and teaching roles, please go to the dedicated section on this website.

Dr James Bromilow receiving Health Education England Shine Award