Dr Ursula Davies
MA MBBS FRCP
Dr Ursula Davies qualified in medicine from St Bartholomew’s Hospital. She carried out her post-graduate SHO training in London teaching hospitals, including Bart's, Kings and The Royal Marsden. Dr Davies was a registrar in rheumatology at the MRC clinical research centre at Northwick Park hospital, where she undertook her research in growth retardation in children with juvenile chronic arthritis. Subsequently she was senior registrar in rheumatology and general internal medicine on the West London rotation (Charing Cross, Westminster, St Mary's and Roehampton hospitals).
Dr Davies was appointed Consultant Physician and Rheumatologist at East Surrey Hospital in 1994. She has a special interest in post-graduate medical education, in which she holds a Master’s degree. Dr Davies is Royal College of Physicians tutor at East Surrey Hospital, and General Internal Medicine Lead for KSS Deanery.
She has extensive experience in a wide variety of rheumatic disorders and private patients can expect a personal empathetic service.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Ursula Davies at Spire include:
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Royal College of Physicians Tutor
General Internal Medicine Programme Director for South Thames
General Internal Medicine Lead for Kent, Surrey and Sussex Deanery
Member of Royal College of Physicians General Internal Medicine Specialist Advisory Committee
Consultant Physican and Rheumatologist, Surrey and Sussex NHS Trust (East Surrey Hospital)
I am married to a consultant haematologist, and we have a teenage son. Personal interests include literature, theatre and the arts.