|Dr Philip D Moore (m)|
MBChB (1975), DA, DRCOG, Diploma in CHD prevention (2005), Diploma in Diabetes (2007), Advanced Diploma in Primary Care Mental Health (2015), Diploma in Cardiovascular Disease Management in Primary Care (2016)
Particular interests in mental health, cardiovascular preventive medicine, community based care.
Phil has been a key partner at Central Surgery since 1984 and is a passionate General Practitioner committed to transforming the NHS through the opportunities afforded by the Health & Social Care Bill. He has held public roles in the NHS and beyond for many years.
Locally he has been a senior commissioner of health services for 25 years with a particular responsibility around mental health for the south-west of London. He is currently Deputy Chair of a Kingston Clinical Commissioning Group and leads on cardiovascular medicine, education & training and governance.
Phil works at NHS England as an appraisal and revalidation lead for GPs in South London. London-wide he is co-chair of the London Mental Health Strategic Clinical Network, a group that works in partnership to improve mental health outcomes that matter to Londoners. He coordinates the 32 GPs who work as the Clinical Commissioning Group mental health leads across London.
As Public Sector Director on South London Health Partnerships he retains a passion for seeing primary care facilities improved and is an active proponent for the transformation of primary care to meet the demands of the twenty-first century.
Works in surgery on Mondays
Nationally he is a board member of NHS Clinical Commissioners and chairs their Mental Health Commissioners Network. He was a member of the Mental Health Taskforce which, in February 2016, published the Five Year Forward View for Mental Health for the NHS in England. This national strategy, which covers care and support for all ages, is the first national strategic approach to improving mental health outcomes across the health and care system in England. He frequently speaks and chairs at national conferences.
Phil has a strong educational background being a GP trainer and honorary teaching fellow at Imperial College. He is a revalidation and appraisal lead in South London. He is a Visiting Fellow in Healthcare Management at the University of Surrey.
As a trustee and chair of a variety of charities and voluntary organisations, he extends his interests more widely.