Satish Bhagwanjee M.D.

 Satish Bhagwanjee M.D.

Bio

Dr Bhagwanjee is a UW professor of anesthesiology. He performs anesthesia for all major procedures and, in addition provides care for critically ill…

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Patient Care Philosophy

I believe my patients and I have a unique opportunity to work together to improve their lives in a way that is most important to each patient. Quality care is my number one goal, and I relish the opportunity to make the lives of others better.

Personal Interests

Tennis, guitar playing and dancing.

Clinical Interests

Clinical research in the field of acute care medicine including emergency preparedness for disasters and serious infectious diseases.

Research Interests

Quality care, sepsis, resource allocation and ICU outcome.

Education

InstitutionCredentialYear
University of Natal, College of Medicine of South AfricaMedical education1990
King Edward VIII HospitalInternship
King Edward VIII HospitalResidency
King George V HospitalResidency
RK Khan HospitalFellowship
RK Khan HospitalInternship
University of NatalFellowship
University of NatalMaster
University of NatalResidency
University of NatalTeaching Appointment
University of the Witwatersrand Medical SchoolTeaching Appointment

DegreeDescriptionYear
MD1990
Dr Bhagwanjee is a UW professor of anesthesiology. He performs anesthesia for all major procedures and, in addition provides care for critically ill patients in the ICU.

His research interest is in improving quality of care for all and in serious infections that affect patient well-being.

Dr. Bhagwanjee trained in anesthesiology and critical care and has 25 years experience in this field. He is a fellow of the College of Critical Care Medicine and is associate director of the US Critical Illness and Injury Trial Group. In this role he is responsible for developing research programs that improve acute care provision to vulnerable populations in our communities.

In the past he has served as a committee member then secretary general of the World Federation of Societies Intensive and Critical Care Medicine.