Dr  Teena Fernandez

Dr Teena Fernandez

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Teena Fernandez at Spire include:

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Professional profile

I have been a GP for eight years, a generalist who can manage complex health problems alongside my interest in sports and exercise medicine. I am also working as a sports doctor.

I specialise in disease prevention and management and can organise health and wellbeing screens, manage mental health problems, general medical problems, musculoskeletal problems and gynaecological issues.

I am the Clinical Lead for Continuous Professional Development at the Royal College of General Practitioners.

In addition to my clinical work I am also proud to be a Community Clinical Tutor at the University of Liverpool.

Additional information

Clinical interests

Soft tissue injury
Sports medicine

Qualification and professional memberships

MBBS / Queen Mary and Westfield Barts and the London / 2006
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
MBBS is a degree given to physicians at the basis of their training.

Professional memberships

Royal College of General Practitioners
British Association of Sports and Exercise Medicine

Professional leadership

I am now the CPD (Continuous Professional Development) lead for the Royal College of General Practitioners

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Current NHS posts

Community Clinical Tutor at Liverpool University.

Continuous professional development lead for Royal College of General Practitioners.

Locum GP. 

Personal profile

I enjoy spending my spare time with my husband and three children.

Contact information

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