Dr Nick Losseff is a consultant neurologist at The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery , UCL Hospitals, and The Wellington Hospital.
Nick qualified from St Thomas' Hospital in London and trained in neurology at Kings, St Thomas, UCH and The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosugery. He was previously awarded the Queen Square Prize in Neurology and The European Neurology Society Prize.
Nick has been a consultant since 2000 and runs a very active "general" neurology practice (diagnosis and treatment of headache, migraine, seizures, dizziness, funny turns, numbness, etc). He sub-specialises in the assessment and management of stroke and TIA.
Nick has held several senior leadership positions in the NHS to medical director level, and is best known for his work to improve stroke services in London. He was appointed by NHS England as the London Clinical Director for Neuroscience in 2013.
He is listed in the Tatler Doctors Guide as one of Britains top 250 consultants, where he is described as "highly experienced and renowned for his comforting bedside manner".