Clinical Associate Professor Angus Ritchie is a Staff Specialist Nephrologist at Concord Repatriation General Hospital and the founder of Sydney Kidney.
Dr Ritchie completed his medical degree at UNSW and Physician Training at St George Hospital. He began Nephrology training at St George and Prince of Wales hospitals before completing fellowship training at Sydney Children’s Hospital, where he studied the transitional care of adolescents and young adults with kidney disease, and at Liverpool Hospital where he trained in interventional nephrology. Dr Ritchie has been working as a specialist at Concord Hospital since 2012.
Dr Ritchie’s clinical interests include glomerular diseases such as glomerulonephritis and vasculitis, renal biopsy and management of complex or resistant hypertension.
Dr Ritchie is an active investigator in the Concord Renal Research Unit involved in both investigator-initiated and industry-sponsored clinical trials.
Dr Ritchie is a Clinical Associate Professor with the Faculty of Medicine and Health of The University of Sydney, is involved in medical teaching and training at all levels and is an examiner for the Royal Australasian College of Physicians in Adult Medicine.
Outside of Nephrology Dr Ritchie has interests in digital health and development of renal medicine in the pacific region. Dr Ritchie is also the Chief Medical Information Officer for Sydney Local Health District and provides expert Nephrology opinions for TMLEP.