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Helios Medical Centre17 Stoke HillStoke BishopBristol, BS9 1JNTel: 0117 9626060
Dutch Med Degree 1984, Postgraduate Training for GP 2004/2005, GP Partner
My training was in the Netherlands, qualifying in 1984 and becoming a GP in 1986. My work at the Park Atwood Clinic in Worcestershire, with an emphasis on cancer care and mental health, lasted for 18 years before I returned to NHS General practice in 2006, when I joined Helios.
Since medical school days, I have had an interest in anthroposophic medicine, which is also at the heart of the work here at Helios.This enables me to have an extended range of options for many conditions, and I particularly enjoy the work with the therapists in our surgery.
MB BS 1981, FRCGP 1984, MD 1992, Professor of Primary Care
I had my undergraduate medical education at Guy's Hospital medical school, qualifying in 1982. This followed a BSc in Biology and Philosophy from the University of Sussex. I then trained as a GP and was a principal in Hackney, East London for 21 years until I moved to Bristol in 2008.Alongside my one day a week clinical work, I am a Professor of Primary Healthcare at the University of Bristol. My specific research interests are in cardiovascular medicine and domestic violence. For more information about me please consult this website: www.bris.ac.uk/social-community-medicine/people/gene-s-feder/index.html
MB BS 1985
After doing a degree in Philosophy at Sheffield, I went on to train as a GP , I completed my medical degree in Bristol, qualifying in 1985.
From 1989 to 2011 I was the Medical Advisor to the Camphill Village Trust, for adults with learning disability and mental health problems. I have a special interest and training in anthroposophical medicine, which supports human health by strengthening the patient's physiology and individuality, enhancing a patient's capacities to heal.
It was a great delight to return to Bristol in 2011 to work at Helios.
Beyond work, I have many interests. I love theatre, especially Shakespeare, walking, mountaineering, skiing and sailing.
Chronic Disease Nurse
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