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8 - Dr Clare Gerada

Dr Clare Gerada has had an increasingly high profile while serving as vice-chair of the RCGP.

Dr Clare Gerada has had an increasingly high profile while serving as vice-chair of the RCGP.

But she may come to even greater prominence this year, as one of two candidates in the RCGP's first female-only election for chair along with Dr Maureen Baker. She is a vocal campaigner on equal rights in the profession and is committed to making general practice a more level playing field for women, salaried GPs and those from deprived areas.

Dr Gerada is RCGP lead for child services and substance misuse, and a partner at the Hurley group clinic in south London – which won a bid for one of the capital's first GP-led health centres. She is also medical director of the Practitioner Health Programme.

Dr Clare Gerada Top 50 most influential GPs


To view the full list of Pulse's top 50 most influential GPs, put together by a panel of leading GPs to mark Pulse's 50th anniversary, please click here.

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