Dr Stotz is a Consultant in Intensive Care and Anaesthesia at St Mary’s Hospital in London, where he leads a multi-disciplinary team. St Mary’s Hospital, as part of Imperial College NHS Trust, is a major trauma centre and a tertiary vascular referral centre. Dr Stotz is also an expert witness in Anaesthetics and Intensive Care Medicine and can provide expert opinion on a range of cases relating to most aspects of anaesthesia, the care and management of patients pre, during and post operatively, and the clinical management of critically ill patients for both claimant and defendant.
For the past 18 months Dr Stotz has been working within Intensive Care treating patients with COVID-19. He has a thorough knowledge of the treatment options and guidelines that were developed and distributed by the NHS as the medical community’s knowledge of the virus progressed.
Dr Stotz completed his medical training at the Medical School of the University of Basel, Switzerland. He obtained his medical degree in 1993 and became an MD in 1997. His postgraduate training in anaesthesia was in Switzerland (Lucerne and Basel) and postgraduate training in intensive care in Switzerland and the UK (Basel, Geneva, and UCLH). He is an experienced expert witness with Bond Solon training.
His areas of expertise include:
- Care and management of patients pre-, during and post-operatively
- Adult Intensive Care Medicine
- Heart Failure
- Enhanced Postoperative Care
- Deteriorating adult patient
- Upper GI Surgery
His expert witness work is split 40% Claimant, 40% Defendant, 20% Single Joint Expert.
In his free time Dr Stotz is a keen chess player and enjoys spending time with his family and two sons.
Languages: English, French and German