Dr Sarah Muldoon

Dr Sarah Muldoon
Council Member



Term of office on Council

March 2019 to March 2023


King’s College Hospital, South London


Dr Sarah Muldoon is an elected Council member representing Anaesthetists in Training, and is Vice-Chair of the College Communications and External Affairs Board. Having completed her training in the summer of 2020 she is now a Consultant Anaesthetist specialising in neuroanaesthesia at King’s College Hospital in South London. Born and raised in the Ayrshire town of Kilmarnock, she is a graduate of Glasgow Medical School and stayed in the West of Scotland for Foundation training. She moved to London in 2010 as an Emergency Medicine trainee but was easily corrupted and switched to Core Anaesthetic Training. Sarah trained in the South East London School of Anaesthesia, with the exception of an excellent 12-month fellowship north of the Thames at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery. Sarah's clinical interests are neuro, airway and paediatrics, and she enjoys teaching on a variety of courses, particularly for Novice Anaesthetists and the Resuscitation Council.

Sarah co-chairs the Anaesthetists in Training Representative Group (ATRG) and is Deputy Chair of the Anaesthetists in Training Committee. She also represents Anaesthetists in Training on the multi-disciplinary Academy of Royal Colleges Trainee Doctors Group. She is actively involved in the design and implementation of the Anaesthetic Curriculum 2021. She is passionate about developing the role and influence of the ATRG, and in using her position within the Communications and External Affairs Board to improve how the College communicates with its anaesthetist in training members. She is keen to be contacted by Anaesthetists in Training about any issues affecting them.

Register of Interests

  • Ordinary member of the British Medical Association, Association of Anaesthetists, Difficult Airway Society and the Neuro Anaesthesia and Critical Care Society
  • Resuscitation Council instructor in ALS and EPALS.