Published on June 20th, 2016 | by Gaelle Finley2
WHAT IS HAPPENING TO OUR NHS? What could this mean for our local services?
Guest speaker: Dr William Murdoch GP, Laurie Pike Centre, Aston.
7.00 pm, Monday 27th June 2016
St. Andrews Church Hall, 2 College Road, Handsworth, Birmingham B20 2HX
We are delighted to announce that Dr Murdoch has agreed to talk to us about the changes that are taking place to our NHS at a national level and to explore the possible impact that these changes will have on the quality and provision of our local services in Handsworth.
The meeting will start at 7pm with light refreshments, then from 7.15 to just after 8pm we will have Dr Murdoch’s presentation followed by questions and answers. After this there will be a short Handsworth Against the Cuts regular business meeting to which everyone is welcome.
About Dr William Murdoch –
‘I’m a partner at Laurie Pike Health Centre. I also play a wider role as human resources lead for Modality. My special clinical interest is in paediatrics and child health.
I trained at Birmingham University Medical School, qualifying in 1998, and completed an MSc in Primary Care in 2003.
Laurie Pike Health Centre was my training practice, and after qualifying I joined as a GP partner. In 2010 I was awarded Fellowship of the Royal College of General Practitioners. I split my time between my patients and my academic/management work within the wider NHS and have previously been deputy medical director of NHS England West Midlands.
My other roles are as Non-executive Director of Birmingham Children’s Hospital and regional primary care advisor to the Care Quality Commission.’