Ben Creagh-Brown

smiling-next-to-ct-chestBen has been a consultant intensivist at Royal Surrey County Hospital since 2012. He is current chairman of SPACeR group. He undertook time out of his clinical training to spend 3 years working at the Royal Brompton Hospital / National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College. This culminated in the award of a PhD in 2011.

Member of the Department of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, Uni. of Surrey. Appointed as a Reader (Clinical) in 2019.

At Royal Surrey County Hospital, Ben was the director of R&D 2017-2019, since then he’s become involved in implementation of CERNER Millennium across RSCH and the neighbouring Trust ASPH (Surrey Safe Care).


Ben Creagh-Brown’s main research interests are the prevention of complications of surgery (pulmonary, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, neurological and muscular), and the complications of sepsis, particularly pneumonia.

Methodologies: observational studies, interventional trials, ‘big data’ analyses, healthy volunteer studies.


Incoming Chair of the UK Critical Care Research Forum

NIHR CRN Kent, Surrey and Sussex – Speciality Lead for Critical Care.


ORCIDResearchGate, Google Scholar, PubMed

Twitter @drbencb

bencb@nhs.net