Dr Alan Roberts

Dr Alan Roberts

General Practitioner - private

"I enjoy working at Spire as the facilities are excellent and waiting times are minimal, if at all. We can normally arrange a treatment plan, on the day you are seen as a GP patient, in the timescales that suit."

Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Alan Roberts at Spire include:

General practice at Spire Murrayfield Hospital Wirral

Professional profile

I am a GP and have worked on the Wirral for many years.

 I deal with all conditions that you would consult your usual family doctor about.

Additional information

Clinical interests

General practice

Qualification and professional memberships

MB ChB / University of Liverpool / 1975
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery

Professional leadership

Forty years as a GP on the Wirral
Senior Police Surgeon for Merseyside Police until 2008
Previously Medical Director, Training Lead and GP Forum Chair at the Primary Care Trust (PCT)
Appraiser of GPs

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Current NHS posts

Retired NHS GP since 1977 (40 years)

GP Appraiser

Locum GP

Personal profile

I am married and have four children and eight grandchildren. I am retired from full time work in the NHS and now choose to offer more time to individual patients to explain the nature of their illness, so they completely understand and can make rational decisions about their treatment plan. I am a holistic doctor and take into account all aspects of illness and family and social/work dynamics.

Financial interests

Dr Alan Roberts holds less than 0.1% of the shares in Spire Healthcare Group plc

Contact information

Telephone 0151 929 5408
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