Dr Ronnie Mollah, MChB, FRCEM (UK) is an Consultant Emergency Medicine with a special interest in Major Trauma and Education.
He was born in the UK and completed his education and medical degree at the University of Dundee.
He has done a number of training posts during his career including Orthopaedics, General Surgery, ENT and Internal medicine. He had completed his specialist Emergency Medicine training in Glasgow, Scotland and also worked at the Royal Hospital for Sick Kids Emergency Department in Glasgow.
He achieved CCT (UK board certification) in 2016 and has worked as an Emergency Medicine Consultant at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow since 2016 until September 2022. The hospital is one of the largest hospital campuses in Europe and one of the largest trauma centres in the UK.
Before joining CMC Dr Ronnie had experience in the following :
Emergency Medicine Consultant and had various lead roles for the department including liaison Consultant for Neurosurgery, Psychiatry, Head injuries and Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
Also involved heavily in Education he was a member of the departmental Educational Faculty team, involved in undergraduate (Glasgow University Medical School) medical student teaching, formal educational and clinical supervisor to Junior doctors in training.
Also involved as a faculty board member for Educational Simulation training for undergraduate and postgraduates.
He is also a recognised examiner for the Royal College of Emergency Medicine (UK).
Involved in various national audits, completing quality improvement projects within the department and involved in the development of a national e-referral pathway.
FRCEM (Fellowship of Royal College of Emergency Medicine, UK)
UK GMC specialist registry
Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer, Glasgow University
MRCEM (Membership of Royal College of Emergency Medicine, UK)