Dr Clare Gerada
GP and Medical Director of the NHS Practitioner Health Programme
Dr Clare Gerada is a London-based GP and Medical Director of the NHS Practitioner Health Programme, a programme that provides confidential services to doctors and dentists with mental health or addiction problems.
Clare was Chair of the Council of the Royal College of General Practitioners between 2010 and 2013 - the college’s first female Chair for 50 years. Clare has also held positions including Director of Primary Care for the National Clinical Governance Team and Senior Medical Advisor to the Department of Health.