MBChB., FRCGP., DRCOG.
Acute and Chronic Disease Management, Woman’s Health Including Contraception, Minor Surgery, Joint and Soft Tissue Steroid Injections, Personalised Preventative Medicine
Professional Profile and Experience
Dr Julia Wallace was born in Aberdeen and qualified at Aberdeen Medical School.
She is a dedicated physician who followed her dream to be a Family Doctor and became a GP partner in an Aberdeen NHS GP Practice in 1988 soon after gaining the Membership of the Royal College of GPs and the Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynecology. She was awarded Fellowship of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2006.
She is highly familiar with the healthcare set up in the Grampian and the wider Scotland as well as with the issues the local workforce faces.
Dr Julia Wallace has 30 years of invaluable extensive experience in General Practice, in managing all aspects of acute and chronic conditions in both children and adults. She is highly experienced in assessing and managing complex health complaints and over the years trained numerous GPs and medical students. She has been a trainer and lecturer over the years to the Aberdeen Medical University and the Postgraduate Centre.
Dr Julia Wallace has always been interested in Minor Surgery and over the years she held leading roles in setting up, undertaking or running minor surgery services. She has had a personal minor surgery clinic for many years and has carried out over 5000 minor operations to remove various skin lesions.
She also has extensive experience in steroid injections for soft tissue and joint problems.
Woman’s health is a particular interest of Dr Julia Wallace and she is highly experienced in gynaecological examination, endometrial biopsy, fitting of contraceptive implants and intrauterine devices and fitting/changing ring pessaries.
At ROC, Dr Julia Wallace provides consultations and assessments for adults and children of all ages and undertakes minor surgery clinics and coil fittings.