BSc. | MBBS. | MRCGP. | DRCOG. | DFFP.
Contraception and Sexual Health, Gynaecology, Dermatology, Child Health, Allergy, Weight Loss, Preventative Health Care
Professional Profile and Experience
Dr Nicola Harrison has been the Head of Clinical Governance of ROC London Clinic until 2017 when she was appointed as ROC London Clinic’s Medical Director. She is also the registered manager with the Care Quality Commission for the London Clinic. She graduated from Guy's and St Thomas' Medical School, London in 2003. She undertook her postgraduate training at several of London's Teaching Hospitals and during that time she gained vast experience in managing different medical conditions as well as dealing with patients of different ethnic backgrounds and cultures.
She has been in General Practice since 2007, initially in a large NHS practice in South London before going into private practice in 2012.
Dr Nicola Harrison runs our preventative health programmes and childhood immunisation programmes. Dr Nicola Harrison consults children and adults for allergy related disorders and she is the clinical lead at ROC for Allergy Assessments and testing.
Dr Nicola Harrison joined our Harley Street GP team in March 2013. Her excellent clinical skills are coupled with a deep sense of empathy towards patients and any difficulties they may have. Having taught clinical and leadership skills to medical students and junior doctors in the past, she supervises our health management internship programme. Her previous experience as a regular columnist for women’s magazine is invaluable when keeping our patients up-to-date with various health updates.
She became a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2007. She also holds the Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning and the Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecology. She likes to keep patients and the general public up-to-date with various health and wellbeing updates as the resident GP for Annabel Karmel’s parenting website: http://www.annabelkarmel.com/possible-complications-explained/ and her previous experience as a regular columnist for the women’s health and beauty magazine Look.