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Richard Fieldhouse

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Richard Fieldhouse
GP Locum, Chairman and Founder, National Association of Sessional GPs (NASGP)

Richard has been a GP locum for more than 20 years and worked in over 100 different GP practices. He qualified as a doctor at St George’s Hospital Medical School in 1989 and as a GP in 1995. He is a clinical lead for communications and engagement in a large CCG.

Richard setup NASGP in 1997 and founded the first GP Locum Chambers. He is an active voice in GP politics. He has lobbied for GP locums’ access to the NHS pension scheme and won seats on both the RCGP council and the BMA’s GP committee. His work on behalf of GP locums led to him being named Doctor of the Year 1999.

As our Chairman, Richard develops our important partnerships and drives NASGP strategy as well as contributing knowledge to our resources on a regular basis.

Richard set up NASGP in 1997 and founded the first GP Locum Chambers. He is an active voice in GP politics. He has lobbied for GP locums’ access to the NHS pension scheme and won seats on both the RCGP council and the BMA’s GP committee. His work on behalf of GP locums led to him being named Doctor of the Year 1999.

As our Chairman, Richard develops our important partnerships and drives NASGP strategy as well as contributing knowledge to our resources on a regular basis.

SESSIONS:
ON-DEMAND: How to start out as a GP Locum in 2020

Time: 07:00 - 07:20
Thursday 15 October
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