Our general medicine services aim to diagnose and advise patients with a range of medical problems.
The general medicine clinic is run by Dr Paul Glynne on Tuesday and Friday mornings. Referrals are accepted for any general medical conditions and the clinic can provide access to numerous specialties if required.
On Tuesday afternoons, a general and cardiovascular risk clinic is run by the academic medicine team. This clinic specialises in the diagnosis and management of secondary hypertension, complex essential hypertension, and patients with multiple cardiovascular risk factors, but the highly-experienced staff have expertise in general medicine, clinical pharmacology, venous thromboembolism, heart failure and red cell membrane disorders. The clinic is staffed by four professors, a consultant physician and the academic junior doctors. Medical students are usually present. Consultants in the clinic can be contacted directly for advice about patients via the enquiry email address, these are Professors John Martin, Gordon Stewart, Aroon Hingorani, Raymond MacAllister, with Drs Ross Breckenridge and Reecha Sofat Professor Macallister is a world expert in the management of functional disorders in general medicine.
Other referral information
NHS e-Referral Service (formerly Choose and Book referrals)
|UCLH service name||Choose and book specialty||Clinic type|
|General medicine||General medicine||General medicine|
|Clinical Pharmacology||Clinical Pharmacology||Clinical Pharmacology|
Clinical Pharmacology referrals are only accepted via eRS
Telephone: 020 3447 9909
Rapid access and one-stop clinics
Most of our patients are admitted to us via accident and emergency and most patients can usually be seen urgently in the clinic.
Access to patient results
We try to report patient results in clinic letters. Ms Damaris Steele can relay results to GPs from her computer.
Within UCLH and other Trusts
General Medicine Services
UCH Referrals Centre
University College London Hospitals
Ground Floor North
250 Euston Road
London NW1 2PG
We care for patients presenting with a wide variety of medical complaints, but high blood pressure is the most common single diagnosis.
- General internal medicine
- Additional specialties
- Acute and general internal medicine
- Diagnostic problems
- Cardiovascular Risk and Hypertension
- Medical care of the surgical patient (perioperative medicine)
Patient aftercare is a mixture of hospital and GP follow-up.