Charles leslie hamilton

Dr Charlie Hamilton
MBChB DCH nMRCGP (pending)


Date of birth:


Contact Address:
Telephone No.:; 6102719 MDU No.:

Current position:
GP Registrar to Grosvenor Road Surgery, Paignton _______________________________________________________________________________
nMRCGP (pending) RCGP
Diploma of Child Health
NVQ Level 2 Cordon Bleu Cookery
A-levels: Chemistry (A), Maths (A), Biology (B)
AS-level: Physics

May 2010
RCGP Minor Surgery Course, Buckfast Abbey
Palliative Care Study Day, Rowcroft Hospice (held at Dartington Hall)
RCGP Tamar Faculty Study Day – ‘Medicine: an Art as well as a Science’,
Buckfast Abbey
Diploma of Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare (Theory, Modules 1-6), Royal
Devon & Exeter NHS Trust
European Computer Driving Licence, Online course and certificate awarded by
British Computer Society
Advanced Paediatric Life Support Course, Derriford Hospital Plymouth
Breaking Bad News Workshop, FORCE Cancer Support Centre, Exeter
Introduction to ENT course, Torbay Hospital
Immediate Life Support Course, Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Trust
Advanced Life Support course, North Devon NHS Trust
Southwest X-ray Interpretation course, Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital

Aug 2009
General Practice – GPST3 (Torbay VTS)
Grosvenor Road Surgery, Paignton Dr Lansdown, Dr Shaw, Dr Steele, Dr Kulkarni Diabetes & Endocrinology – GPST2 (Torbay VTS)
Orthopaedics – GPST2 (Torbay VTS)
Paediatrics – GPST1 (Torbay VTS)
General Practice – GPST1 (Torbay VTS)
Grosvenor Road Surgery, Paignton Dr Lansdown, Dr Shaw, Dr Steele, Dr Kulkarni ENT – GPST1 (Torbay VTS)
Cardiology – Senior House Officer
Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital, Exeter - Dr Bellenger Oncology – Senior House Officer
Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital, Exeter - Dr Toy Travelling back to the UK from NZ
General Medicine - SHO equivalent
Christchurch Public Hospital, Christchurch, New Zealand - Dr Jardine Elderly Care Medicine - SHO equivalent
Princess Margaret Hospital, Christchurch, New Zealand - Dr Lynn Respiratory Medicine - SHO equivalent
Christchurch Public Hospital, Christchurch, New Zealand - Dr Beckert Accident and Emergency Medicine - Trust Grade (SHO equivalent)
North Devon District Hospital, Barnstaple - Mr Roberts Colorectal and Vascular Surgery - Pre-Registration House Officer
Torbay Hospital, Torquay - Mr DeFriend, Mr Currie
Cardiology and Elderly Care Medicine - Pre-Registration House Officer
Frenchay Hospital, Bristol – Dr M Papouchado, Dr J Pounsford _______________________________________________________________________________


Intensive Care - Dunedin, New Zealand (4 weeks)
Anaesthesia - Apia, Samoa (4 weeks)


Advanced Paediatric Life Support Provider
• Shoulder, patella, digit dislocation Speculum examination & cervical cytology

April 2010

Guidance on Risk Assessment and Stroke Prevention for Atrial Fibrillation
. I have helped to introduce this national computer based NHS
tool to Grosvenor Road Surgery. It helps us to identify those patients
at a higher risk of a stroke who should be on Warfarin.
Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery: re-audit of the management of patients
prior to FESS. ENT Department, Torbay Hospital


Oct 2006
General Medicine Journal Club: Presentation and discussion of: DREAM trial
(diabetes reduction assessment with ramipril and rosiglitazone medication).
Gerstein HC et al. Lancet. 2006;368:1096-105
Care of the Elderly Journal Club: Presentation and discussion of: ‘Effectiveness
of discontinuing antibiotic treatment after three days versus eight days in mild to
moderate-severe community acquired pneumonia’ - el Moussaoui et al. BMJ.
2006; 332;1355
Regional Neurosciences Meeting, Frenchay Hospital: The role of Ca2+-channel
blockers in the prevention of delayed ischaemic neurological deficits secondary to
subarachnoid haemorrhage – a literature review and comparison of the current
calcium-channel blockers used
National ICU Video Conference, Dunedin Hospital, NZ: Case Presentation
involving four other New Zealand hospitals via video-link

As a GP Registrar I have taught medical students within joint surgeries which I find both enjoyable and challenging – good to keep me on my toes. Within the VTS group I have regularly presented on various topics including Febrile Convulsions, Pelvic Pain and Addison’s Disease. _______________________________________________________________________________

2002 - 2003
Sports Club Captain of United Bristol Hospitals Sports Club – this involved
meetings with President, Treasurer and other Club Captains of UBH Sports Club
and management of the club accounts as well as organising fixtures and social
Committee member of Bristol medical students society (Galenicals) – I
attended regular committee meetings where we discussed curriculum development
including planning of the new ‘Academy’ setup and student welfare
Assistant/Head Chef - worked for Skiworld for 5 months in Val d’Isère, France.
Promoted to Head Chef after 2 months which involved managing the kitchen in a
Chalet Hotel for 41 people.

My spare time over the last few years has largely been dictated by moving country (2006), getting
married and renovating a house (2007), becoming a father (2008), and passing exams (2009-2010).
In between times I enjoy cooking, walking, road cycling and spending time with my 2 year old son
William. Skiing is a passion of mine, which I hope to return to next year. Having played football at a
high level up to University I still play 5aside once a week.


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