Clinical Leadership

Dr Adam Harrison

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I qualified from St Mary’s Hospital Medical School London in 2000 and moved to Nottingham to undertake Histopathology training in 2002. After deciding this was not the speciality for me, I commenced basic surgical training in Nottingham and Derby, but eventually saw the light and began my GP VTS in Nottingham in 2006!

In 2009, after eighteen months as a qualified GP, I acted upon my enduring interest in medical law and ethics and started work as a medicolegal advisor for the MDU. While undertaking this role, I decided to take my legal interests further, commencing my legal studies at Nottingham Law School in 2011. I obtained my law degree and qualified as a barrister in 2014 (when I was called to the bar by the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn).

I now work as a part-time salaried GP, a LMC Director / Committee Member and advisor, an Assistant Medical Director for NHS England (North Midlands), an out of hours GP for NEMS, a GP Registrar and 1st / 2nd Year Medical Student Supervisor at NEMS, a GP Appraiser for NHS England, and an Assessor at GP Simulated Surgeries and Assessment Question / OSCE Scenario Writer for the Academic Centre for Medical Education / the GMC; additionally, I am currently studying for a MA in Business Law.

I enjoy spending my spare time with my wife and daughters and family and friends. I also like watching films and stand-up comedy.

West Bridgford Medical Centre,
97 Musters Road,
West Bridgford,
NG2 7PX.

0115 883 7380