Dr Edward Clode-Baker
General Practice (GP)
BSC Hons, MB ChB, FRCGP
I qualified from Leicester University School of Medicine in 1996 and then completed basic surgical training in Leicestershire before moving into General Practice.
I was fortunate to have a sabbatical at St George’s University, West Indies working in their Clinical Skills department in 2008 and was lucky enough to climb Mt Kilimanjaro, Tanzania in 2010 as expedition doctor.
I have been a GP in West Leicestershire CCG for over thirteen years providing a full complement of General Practice services within the Primary Healthcare Team.
I am the lead GP for anticoagulation and on the Finance Committee for West Leicestershire CCG. I work as a clinical design consultant for EMIS Health, developing electronic patient records for use in GP surgeries.
I am a GP trainer for Health Education England teaching post-graduate trainee GPs and teach and examine and at the Leicester University School of Medicine.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Edward Clode-Baker at Spire include:
As a GP Dr Clode-Baker covers the whole range of medical specialties that present in the general population.
BSC Hons / University of Leicester / 1994
Bachelor of Science
MB ChB / University of Leicester / 1996
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
MRCS Glasg / Glasgow / 2001
Member of the Royal college of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
MRCGP / London / 2009
Member of Royal College of General Practitioners
FRCGP / London / 2016
Fellow of Royal College of General Practitioners
Royal College General Practice
British Medical Association
Medical Defence Union
GP, West Leicestershire CCG
I am married and have one daughter. When not at work I crave the outdoors whether it be playing tennis, gardening or snoozing in the hammock!