Qualifications: MB ChB, MRCP (UK), Dip HIV, DTM&H, PGCert LTHE
GMC number 6134736, registered with a licence to practice. On the specialist register for general (internal) medicine and infectious diseases.
Amy qualified from the University of Edinburgh in 2006 and subsequently completed the two-year foundation programme in Scotland before working for three years in general medicine in a London hospital.
She moved to West Yorkshire in 2011 to take up specialty training in infectious diseases, working in rotation between Bradford and Leeds Teaching Hospitals. During this time she gained extensive experience in the management of tuberculosis and HIV and completed a HIV diploma.
She was appointed a consultant at Bradford Teaching Hospitals in October 2017. Her current role involves working on ward 7, the infectious diseases ward, and within outpatient clinics, the Microbiology department and medical admissions unit. She is co-principal investigator for the ADAPT-sepsis study and the departmental lead for mortality review.
Amy’s particular interest is education. Having previously taken a year out of practice to work as a teaching fellow at the University of Liverpool she is now completing a master’s degree in clinical education.
She manages placements in the Trust for physician associate students from Bradford and Leeds universities and is involved in many different teaching, lecturing and supervision activities for junior doctors, students and allied health professionals.