Dr Alice  Duffy

Dr Alice Duffy

Private GP
MBChB (Glasgow 1987) MRCGP DRCOG

Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Alice Duffy at Spire include:

Professional profile

I am a GP and medical educator with a keen interest in women’s health. I obtained my MBChB from Glasgow University in 1987, the DRCOG in 1990 and completed GP training and the MRCGP in 1991. I was a GP partner in a busy urban practice for 21 years and now pursue a portfolio career working as a GP and Clinical Teaching Fellow at Nottingham University Medical School where I teach medical students consultation and communications skills alongside the ethics and medicolegal aspects of medicine. I enjoy using these skills to help patients make the correct, informed decisions that will enable them to improve their health and wellbeing.

I have an interest in women’s health and in particular menopause care and welcome the opportunity to help women deal with this phase of life while balancing the demands of work and caring responsibilities. In addition I am experienced in Dermatology and Child Health.

Additional information

Clinical interests

General practice

Special Clinical Interests: Menopause Care.

Qualification and professional memberships

MBChB / University of Glasgow / 1987
Bachelor of Medicine

DRCOG / University of Glasgow / 1990
Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists


Professional memberships

Primary Care Women’s Health Forum
British Menopause Society

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Personal profile

Alice is married with three grown up sons and a dog (also male!).

Contact information

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