Dr Mike Dilley
Secretary: Christopher Hudson
Secretary email: Christopher.Hudson@stgeorges.nhs.uk
Secretary telephone: 0208 487 6340
Dr Mike Dilley is a Consultant Neuropsychiatrist in neurorehabilitation and has specialist interests in traumatic and acquired brain injury (including hypoxic-ischaemic brain injury) and severe and complex functional neurological disorder that requires multidisciplinary inpatient rehabilitation.
Dr Dilley provides input across the entire integrated care pathway for patients with neuropsychiatric needs associated with brain injury and sees patients in; neurological intensive care, on the acute brain injury (Kent) Ward at St George’s Hospital; looks after inpatients at the Wolfson Neurorehabilitation Centre at Queen Mary’s Hospital, Roehampton and outpatients at The Phoenix & Wolfson Neurorehabilitation Centres, Wolfson Vocational Rehabilitation Programme and Wandsworth Community Neurorehabilitation Team. As such, Dr Dilley will often support a patient’s recovery along their entire journey from acute care to a return to the community.
Dr Dilley also provides specialist neuropsychiatry liaison assessment to other specialist neurorehabilitation services in Greater London and nationally. Referrals to his specialist brain injury clinic or for inpatient rehabilitation of severe functional neurodisability are accepted from across the country.
Dr Dilley was previously the Lead Clinician for the South London & Maudsley Neuropsychiatry Service and Blackheath Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centre. Dr Dilley completed his training at The Maudsley, National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery and Institute of Psychiatry. Before starting his neuropsychiatry consultant career at The Maudsley in 2011, he worked for five years as a General Adult & Community Consultant Psychiatrist and Inpatient Clinical Lead in the Borough of Westminster and was Honorary Consultant Neuropsychiatrist at Queen Square, managing patients with functional neurological disorders.
Dr Dilley has research interests in the management of acute and chronic agitation and aggression after traumatic brain injury; cognitive impairment and neuropsychiatric presentations in hypoxic-ischaemic brain injury after cardiac arrest and the management of neuropsychiatric symptoms after mild traumatic brain injury.
Prizes, Memberships and Fellowships:
- Member, NHS England Clinical Reference Group in Complex Neurorehabilitation
- Member, NHS England Clinical Reference Group in Neuroscience
- Member, Faculty of Neuropsychiatry, Royal College of Psychiatrists
- Member, British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine