COVID-19 restrictions to remain in place at The Walton Centre

Restrictions remain in place across the NHS in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic. The safety measures in place over the 18 months therefore remain in place at The Walton Centre - and in our other clinic settings within the community – until further notice.

Due to the increased transmission risk posed by the Omicron variant, visiting has been suspended within The Walton Centre except for exceptional circumstances.

Dr Rajesha Srinivasaiah

About Rajesha Srinivasaiah

Dr Rajesha Srinivasaiah graduated from Mysore Medical College in 1995 and underwent post graduate training in anaesthesia in India and the UK. He has been working at The Walton Centre since 2010 and is currently a Consultant Anaesthetist.  

Speciality

Neuroanaesthesia 

Qualifications

MBBS, DA, FRCA 

Clinical/research interests

Consultant lead for pre op service 

Interest in anaesthesia for functional neurosurgery and remote site anaesthesia. 

Clinical outcomes and quality improvement 

Ongoing research projects: PI for MOPED study and ARCRIC-I study 

Membership of professional regional and national bodies

Member of Association of Anaesthetists UK 

Fellow of Royal College of Anaesthetists 

Member of European society of Anaesthesiology 

Member of Neuroanaesthesia and critical care society UK 

Related Services

Neurosurgery

The Neurosurgical Division is one of the busiest neurosurgical units in the UK, seeing approximately 9,800 new patients, 3,800 elective patients, and 1,700 emergency inpatients every year.

Page last updated: 20 July 2021