Dr Animesh Singh

Acute and general medicine, General Internal Medicine, Rheumatology

Medical interests: Psoriatic arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis, gout, lupus, polymyalgia rheumatic (PMR), vasculitis, giant cell arteritis, Stills disease and osteoarthritis. Joint & soft tissue injections and aspirations. Acute and general medicine. Care of acutely unwell patients. Investigation and management of unexplained symptoms.



I am a Consultant Rheumatologist and General Internal Medicine Physician working at the Royal Free Hospital, The Princess Grace Hospital and at The Physicians' Clinic. I am interested in all aspects of Rheumatology and General Medicine and aim to offer holistic, evidence-based care to all my patients. I take pride in treating individuals and not just diseases. My medical practice is run in a collaborative fashion with my patients, maintaining great respect for their beliefs and background.


All aspects of rheumatology and acute and general medicine. Particular interests in psoriatic arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout, osteoporosis, lupus, vasculitis, giant cell arteritis (GCA) and polymyalgia rheumatica (PMR). Care of acutely unwell patients and the investigation and management of unexplained symptoms.

Medical Background

Dr Animesh Singh undertook his undergraduate training medical training at University College London, qualifying in 2005. During this period, he undertook an additional BSc in Immunology where he was awarded first-class honours. He researched the pathogenesis of rheumatoid arthritis and its modulation by anti-TNF therapy at the prestigious Windeyer Institute under Prof. Isenberg and Prof. Ehrenstein resulting in a number of awards including from Arthritis Research UK.

Dr Singh's postgraduate general medical and rheumatology training was across north and west London at a mixture of extremely busy district-general and world-renowned teaching hospitals. He undertook a further period of research working for a multinational pharmaceutical company setting up and running pivotal clinical trials in scleroderma (systemic sclerosis) and cytokine-release syndrome in leukaemia patients.

Since 2016, Dr Singh has been a substantive consultant in Rheumatology and Acute & General Medicine at the Royal Free Hospital. He is the Clinical Lead for psoriatic arthritis and runs a unique joint clinic with his dermatology colleagues. In addition, he is Governance Lead in acute medicine playing a crucial role in maintaining clinical standards and learning from system and individual errors.


In clinic
Clinic times*
In clinic: Yes
Clinic times*: 1pm - 8pm
In clinic: Yes
Clinic times*: 6pm - 8pm

*additional appointments can be provided at patient convenience.


Dr Animesh Singh's fees

Type of patient Initial consultation Follow up consultation
Self pay £275 £225
Insured* Within the schedule of charges for specific insurance companies* Within the schedule of charges for specific insurance companies*

*If your policy covers consultations, in most cases, there will be no shortfall to pay (but you may have an excess liability on your policy).
Please note however, some policies do not cover the full cost of consultations, and there may be a shortfall to pay. In that instance, it is the responsibility of the patient to pay the shortfall in full. Please always check your policy conditions or contact your insurer as necessary.

Declaration of Interest

Dr Animesh Singh has a financial interest in the Devonshire Diagnostic Centre Limited & Chiswick Outpatient Centre Limited

Dr Animesh Singh is a member of TPC's on-call rota. For weekends and public holidays only, the doctor receives a fee of £416-460 for being on-call from 6am to 10pm.

Our temporary opening hours are now from Monday – Friday 08.00 – 20.00


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