Dr Manghat, having completed Specialist registrar training in Chemical Pathology in the South Thames Rotation of London Deanery, was awarded Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists in 2010. During this period, she had extensive training in the management of metabolic conditions namely Lipids, Renal stone and Osteoporosis. This included experience under the expert Lipid and Metabolic Bone disease specialists at Guys and St. Thomas Hospital, London (2005-2009) and with the Renal stone specialist at Epsom General Hospital (2009-2010). She completed an MSc in Biochemistry from the London University in 2005.  Dr Manghat also completed a research project during her training at Guys and St. Thomas’ Hospital and was awarded an MD from King’s College London.

As a Chemical Pathologist, Dr Manghat provides advice on Biochemical investigations to all the laboratory users including the GPs. With nearly 10 years of experience in lipid management she established the Lipid Clinic at Darent Valley Hospital making this service available locally. Dr Manghat runs the Renal Stone prevention clinic within the Stone Centre at DVH. She is also part of the Nutrition team providing parenteral nutrition to hospital patients.

Positions held:

Consultant Chemical Pathologist (Locum): Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust - 2010-2012.

Membership of professional, national and regional bodies:

  1. Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists
  2. Member of Heart UK, The cholesterol charity.
  3. Member of the Association for Clinical Biochemistry
  4. Member General Medical Council
  5. Member Medical Defence Union

Qualifications:

  • MBBS Madras University, India
  • MSc (Clinical Biochemistry), University of London
  • FRCPath (Clinical Biochemistry), The Royal College of Pathologists
  • MD (Research) King’s College London

Dr Manghat, having completed Specialist registrar training in Chemical Pathology in the South Thames Rotation of London Deanery, was awarded Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists in 2010. During this period, she had extensive training in the management of metabolic conditions namely Lipids, Renal stone and Osteoporosis. This included experience under the expert Lipid and Metabolic Bone disease specialists at Guys and St. Thomas Hospital, London (2005-2009) and with the Renal stone specialist at Epsom General Hospital (2009-2010). She completed an MSc in Biochemistry from the London University in 2005.  Dr Manghat also completed a research project during her training at Guys and St. Thomas’ Hospital and was awarded an MD from King’s College London.

As a Chemical Pathologist, Dr Manghat provides advice on Biochemical investigations to all the laboratory users including the GPs. With nearly 10 years of experience in lipid management she established the Lipid Clinic at Darent Valley Hospital making this service available locally. Dr Manghat runs the Renal Stone prevention clinic within the Stone Centre at DVH. She is also part of the Nutrition team providing parenteral nutrition to hospital patients.

Positions held:

Consultant Chemical Pathologist (Locum): Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust - 2010-2012.

Membership of professional, national and regional bodies:

  1. Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists
  2. Member of Heart UK, The cholesterol charity.
  3. Member of the Association for Clinical Biochemistry
  4. Member General Medical Council
  5. Member Medical Defence Union

Qualifications:

  • MBBS Madras University, India
  • MSc (Clinical Biochemistry), University of London
  • FRCPath (Clinical Biochemistry), The Royal College of Pathologists
  • MD (Research) King’s College London

Contact details

Please ask your General Practitioner to refer you either in writing or electronically to see Dr Manghat in the Lipid or the Renal Stone Prevention Clinic.

Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust 
Darent Valley Hospital 
Darenth Wood Road 
Dartford
Kent DA2 8DA


Secretary Contact Details

Ms. Jane Sewell-Watts (Lipid Clinic)

Tel: 01322428100 + EXT 6794

 

Ms. Lorraine Gray (Renal Stone Prevention Clinic)

Email: lgray4@nhs.net

Tel: 01322428780 Fax: 01322428779


Electronic Mail

Please note I am unable to provide healthcare advice via email at this time. Please arrange an appointment to be seen personally.