General Practice (GP)

Address: BAPAM London, Holborn
Broad Category:
Services, therapies, and modalities:
Music / arts / performance health, BAPAM Clinic
Regions Covered:
London; Central London
Telephone:
0207 404 8444

BAPAM Assessing Clinician and NHS GP experienced advising performing arts professionals and students about all work/study-related problems.

Address: Belfast
Broad Category:
Services, therapies, and modalities:
Music / arts / performance health, BAPAM Clinic; NHS consultations (including Choose and Book)
Regions Covered:
Northern Ireland
Telephone:
028 9045 8722
Mobile:
07815 108 855

Considerable experience helping creative professionals and students as the Medical Adviser to the Ulster Orchestra and NHS and BAPAM GP. BAPAM Assessing Clinician in Belfast.

Address: Liverpool
Broad Category:
Services, therapies, and modalities:
Music / arts / performance health, NHS consultations (including Choose and Book)
Regions Covered:
North West, Online/Telephone/Remote
Telephone:
020 7404 8444 (BAPAM)

Christine is a GP with extensive experience working with performance professionals. From 1990 – 2018 she was the medical adviser to the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. She is an NHS GP at Wingate Medical Centre (only patients registered at the practice can be seen here), and a GP for Babylon Health, where she is the Gender Identity Services Clinical Champion.

Address: BAPAM Clinic, Birmingham
Broad Category:
Services, therapies, and modalities:
Music / arts / performance health, BAPAM Clinic
Regions Covered:
West Midlands

Performing Arts Medicine GP assessments at the BAPAM Clinic at Birmingham Conservatoire. Grade 8 singer, piano player and violinist. Assessments and management advice for mental health and physical problems of students and professionals in the performing arts.

Address: BAPAM, London
Broad Category:
Services, therapies, and modalities:
Music / arts / performance health, BAPAM Clinic
Telephone:
020 8167 4775 (BAPAM)

Dr Fozia Hamid combines her clinical expertise and interest in music and the performing arts in her work at BAPAM, where she advises professional and student performers and creative practitioners about a wide spectrum of physical and mental health concerns relating to their work. She is an NHS GP based in London.