Dr Nora Ng

BMedSci BMBS MRCP(Rheum)

Dr. Nora Ng is a Consultant Rheumatologist at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Hospital. She has a subspecialty interest in inflammatory arthritis, gout and osteoporosis.

Career to Date

Dr. Nora Ng graduated from the University of Nottingham Medical School. She completed her subspecialist rheumatology training in London. During this time, she has worked at numerous leading London teaching hospitals including Imperial College Healthcare Trust, the Royal London and University College Hospital. She is currently a consultant rheumatologist at Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Trust. 

Dr. Ng has a strong background in managing all aspects of rheumatological conditions and has a special interest in inflammatory arthritis (rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis), gout, osteoporosis, fibromyalgia as well as soft tissue problems.

She maintains a strong interest in research especially in the area of ultrasound in inflammatory arthritis and has also undertaken an MD in this area. She has presented her research work at national and international conferences.

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