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Dr Sarah Davie

Sarah Davie

Clinical Lead for Biochemistry

BSc, MSc, PhD, FRCPath

Based at: Kingston Hospital

Background

Dr Davie has worked as a clinical scientist in the NHS for 30 years, most of which has been spent at Kingston Hospital.

She has been a consultant clinical scientist since 2009, head of department for biochemistry and immunology at Kingston Hospital since 2012 and clinical director for pathology at Kingston Hospital since 2013. She has also been clinical lead for point of care testing at Kingston Hospital since 2005.

Areas of interest:

Dr Davie has a particular interest in point-of-care testing, quality management and education.

Latest news

May 4, 2022

SWLP Point of Care Testing Team runs first community diagnostic outreach clinic

South West London CCG ran their first diagnostic outreach clinic in the community supported by our Point of Care Testing (POCT) team testing at-risk groups for diabetes. The clinic was run at a Shree Ghanapathy Temple in Wandsworth where 34 members of the community were tested. Of that 34, 32 had abnormal results and two […]

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April 5, 2022

Reducing blood product wastage at Croydon Hospital

The team in Blood Transfusion at Croydon Hospital have been working hard to reduce wastage of blood products. They have been doing this by reassessing the holding stock levels, rotation of stock and usage of short-dated units. Procedural changes were put in place in December 2020 and there has already been a significant reduction in […]

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March 23, 2022

Pledia FIT testing system goes live in Microbiology

The Pledia Faecal Immunochemical Testing (FIT) system has now gone live in Microbiology. The new analyser can process 320 samples in an hour and 200 samples can be loaded at one time.

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February 3, 2022

Immunology article published in the Annals of Clinical Biochemistry

Some of our team in Immunology and PRU have had an article published in the Annals of Clinical Biochemistry. The article looks at how one of the newest myeloma drugs interfered with monitoring of a myeloma patient at the St George’s Hospital.

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