DR Tracey Sims

Private GP
MA MB BChir (Cantab) MRCPCH DRCOG DFFP

Practising at

Spire Liverpool Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by DR Tracey Sims at Spire include:

General practice

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Professional profile

I was born and bred in the Northwest and did my medical training at the University of Cambridge Medical School. After receiving my qualification in 1997, I undertook specialist paediatric training at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge and Great Ormond Street, London. As a member of The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (London, 2001), I widened my interests to the care of the family as a whole and ventured into General Practice closer to home, in Mersey Region. I have lived here since becoming a fully qualified GP in 2004 and work as an NHS GP in the Wirral.

I am committed to ongoing medical education and I run a continuing professional development programme for fellow GPs. My interest in Women’s Health and wellbeing has been featured in publications such as The Times and The Daily Mail and I have spoken out about feminine health issues on Radio Merseyside and at medical conferences here in the UK and abroad, most recently at the 1st Well Woman Conference, Abu Dhabi.

As a GP committed to holistic care of all patients and their families, I also have a particular interest in mental health issues and have benefited from 1 year affiliated with the Department of Psychology, Wirral University Teaching Hospital. I have practical experience in the use of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.

I have extensive local knowledge and aim to deliver high quality, patient focused and evidence led patient care. I specialise in being a generalist with a commitment to caring for the whole person and responding to each individual’s needs.

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Private contact details

Telephone 0151 522 1881
Private secretary Lynne Ness
Private secretary telephone 07549 223 414
Private secretary email lynneness@outlook.com