Genito-urinary Medicine

Training Programme Management Commitee (TPMC) Chair

Dr Andy Williams

TPMC Chair/ TPD and Consultant Physician in GUM and HIV Medicine

 Andy.Williams@bartshealth.nhs.uk

Training Programme Directors (TPD)

Dr Andy Williams – Andy.Williams@bartshealth.nhs.uk

Trainee Representative

Dr Rebecca Marcus

Trainee representative (North East London)

 Rebecca.Marcus@bartshealth.nhs.uk

Training at UCLPartners (A trainee representatives perspective)

UCLPartners is an excellent place to train in Genito-urinary Medicine (GUM). We are fortunate to train in one of the largest sexual health services in the country and at the clinic with one of the largest HIV cohorts.

Because it’s such a big service, we have opportunities to experience a wide range of specialist clinics from specialist male and female clinics, hepatitis, genital dermatology, sexual dysfunction, young people’s clinics and sex-workers outreach clinics.

From the HIV side we are particularly fortunate to manage our own cohort of patients throughout our training, as well as participating in specialist clinics for renal, neurology, treatment advice, TB co-infection, adolescent HIV, antenatal HIV and others. We gain experience of in-patients on the ward at University College Hospital and at North Middlesex Hospital.

Working in GUM/HIV is about being part of a much wider team and it’s a very supportive environment in which to train. Opportunities for research and teaching are abounding so you can follow what interests you.

UCLPartners Training Programmes Manager (TPM)

E medical@uclpartners.com

T 020 3108 2323

Health Education South London (HESL) Operations Officer

E Genito-UrinaryMedicine@southlondon.hee.nhs.uk

For rotations, ARCPs, OOP.

Rotations & Local Education Providers (LEPs)

LEP details:

Barts Health NHS Trust

Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust

Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 

 

Programmes:

East London programme

Camden and Islington programme