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Dr Douglas Gee

Dr Douglas Gee

Consultant Psychiatrist
MB ChB MRCPsych MMedSc

Practising at

Spire Hull and East Riding Hospital

Spire Washington Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Douglas Gee at Spire include:

Psychiatry

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Professional profile

I strive to take a holistic whole person view of patients with mental health problems and have a particular interest in anxiety and depressive disorders. I have an appreciation of the often hidden impact of mental health difficulties on day to day life. I aim to provide recovery focussed, person centred care around the needs of the individual with consideration to the use of medication, the use of psychological treatments and any other interventions that would be of clinical benefit.

Although my main NHS job is the Medical Director of the trust I continue to practice clinically within a community team as well as clinical on call duties.

Aside from clinical duties I have extensive experience in undertaking external investigations of other health organisations. I have also undertaken medicolegal work in both civil and criminal proceedings since 1998 and are happy to take instructions for medicolegal reports.


Clinical Interests

Psychiatry

Anxiety and depression. General adult psychiatry.

Private contact details

Telephone 01482 672 444
Private secretary Sarah Pullen (Hull)/Rachel Moore (Washington)
Private secretary telephone 01482 672 477 / 0191 415 1272 ext. 2293
Private secretary email sarah.pullen@spirehealthcare.com / rachel.moore@spirehealthcare.com
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Qualification and professional memberships

Professional memberships

Royal College of Psychiatrists
British Medical Association

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Current NHS posts

Medical Director and Consultant Psychiatrist, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust.

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Personal Profile

Having three children at various stages of education always keeps me busy but aside from that I try to keep fit and have an interest in history. I am a member of a local Anglican church.

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