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Dr Khin Nini

Consultant Physician / Geriatrician

I attended medical school at the Myanmar Institute of Medicine (1), graduated and had foundation years training in Myanmar. I came to the UK in 1999 and passed MRCP UK in 2000. I have worked in the NHS since 2000, and gained my CCT from the Northern Deanery in geriatric medicine and general internal medicine in 2011.

I have been working as a consultant since 2011. My speciality interests during training years were Parkinson's disease and movement disorder, falls and syncope. I attended master classes for Parkinson's disease (for StR, consultant and Birmingham master classes) and am involved in research, audits and CPD meetings for Parkinson's disease. I am currently working at DMH as lead clinician for Parkinson's disease.

I am also the Trust lead clinician for the national dementia audit, and provide falls and syncope service on the Darlington site.

  • Department: Elderly Care
  • Speciality: Elderly Care
  • Based at Hospital site: Darlington Memorial Hospital
  • Special interests: Movement disorders, falls and syncope, dementia.
  • Secretary: Sharon Davidson
  • Training: Northern Deanery
  • Qualifications: MBBS, MRCP UK
  • Training role: SCT member, Educational Supervisor, Clinical Supervisor for StR, Foundation Doctors and GPVTS, PD research.

Contact Information

Address: Darlington Memorial Hospital , Hollyhurst Road , Darlington , DL3 6HX

Email: sharon.davidson@cddft.nhs.uk

Tel: 01325 743 527

'I cannot commend the clinic enough. It is marvellous we have this service at all and well done to you all.'

Patient, Coronary Heart Disease / Heart Failure Service, Shotley Bridge Community Hospital