Dr Clode-Baker qualified from Leicester University School of Medicine in 1996 and then completed basic surgical training in Leicestershire before moving into General Practice. He has been a full time partner in a busy 8,000 patient practice in Loughborough for ten years. From here, he provides a full complement of General Practice services within the Primary Healthcare Team.
Dr Clode-Baker's special interest is in medical education teaching medical students from Leicester University and training postgraduate doctors in General Practice. He has also been fortunate to have a sabbatical at St George’s University, West Indies working in their Clinical Skills department in 2008. Dr Clode-Baker was very lucky to climb Mt Kilimanjaro, Tanzania in 2010 as expedition doctor.