Prof Clare Gerada, MBE

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As a child, Dr Clare Gerada’s GP father would take her on his house calls. Inspired by this early insight, Gerada became a GP on a council estate in south London in 1991. In 1993, Gerada established a Consultancy Liaison Addiction Service designed to support those GPs caring for drug users. She was later awarded an MBE for service to medicine and drug misusers. Gerada has held a number of key roles in the field, including director of primary care for the National Clinical Governance Team and senior medical advisor to the Department of Health. As chair of the Royal College of GPs, Gerada represented over 40,000 doctors. She was the first woman elected to the post in fifty years.

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