Dr Jonathan Ratoff
Dr. Jonathan Ratoff qualified from King's College Hospital Medical School, London in 1994. His early training led to membership of the Royal College of Physicians and then specialist training in Respiratory and General Medicine, in the South Thames region. During this period Dr. Ratoff completed clinical research in Airway T-cell Pathology in smoking, severe asthma and COPD. Sub-specialty training posts were held at St. George's (airway intervention and intensive care) and Royal Brompton Hospitals (cystic fibrosis and interstitial lung disease), London. Dr. Ratoff was appointed Consultant General and Respiratory Physician at Epsom and St. Helier NHS Trust in 2009. Dr. Ratoff has developed specialist interests in interstitial lung disease and sarcoidosis, obstructive sleep apnoea, lung cancer, COPD and asthma, pleural disease, non-invasive ventilation, fibre-optic and rigid bronchoscopy, respiratory critical care medicine, pre-operative optimisation and medical education. He is a clinical and educational supervisor, a tutor on MRCP PACES and clinical skills courses and continues to collaborate in research studies. Dr Ratoff is the Lead clinician for both Lung Cancer and Cancer Services at Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust in Surrey. Dr. Ratoff is married to Jill, a Burns and ICU nurse, and has three children (Kate, Abigail and William). On occasion they have been known to spend some time together! His interests include music, cinema, reading, skiing and tennis.