Geoffrey HUGHES

MB BS (Lond) 1978, MRCP (Lond) 1982, DRCOG 1982, FFAEM (UK) 1993, FRCP (Lond) 1994, FACEM 1996

Born Cheshire, England 16 Oct 1954

Geoff Hughes

Educated at Hardye's Grammar School, Dorchester, Dorset.

Undergraduate medical training at Kings College and Westminster Medical School, University of London

Residency and postgraduate training at Westminster Hospital, Bristol Royal Infirmary, Charing Cross Hospital, and at

Truro in Cornwall and Frenchay and Southmead Hospitals in Bristol

Clinical Director, United Bristol Healthcare Trust, and Senior Clinical Lecturer, University of Bristol 1990 - 1997

Director, Emergency Department, Wellington Hospital 1997 - 2004

Director, Quality Unit Wellington Hospital 2001 - 2004

Consultant in A&E, Salisbury NHS Trust 2004 - 2005

Associate Professor and Director, Critical Care Services, The Royal Adelaide Hospital, Adelaide, Australia November 2005 - present

Joint Editor in Chief of the Emergency Medicine Journal. On the editorial board of the British Medical Journal

photograph courtesy Geoff Hughes
Last updated 2 November 2016.