Dr Mike Cheshire

Clinical Vice President of the Royal College of Physicians 2007-10

Mike practised as a Consultant Physician in geriatric and general medicine from 1983 until his recent retirement. From 2009-2013 he was Medical Director for the North West Strategic Health Authority, and Secondary Care Clinician for Central Manchester CCG.

From 2007-2010, Mike was Clinical Vice President at the Royal College of Physicians. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, Royal College of General Practitioners & American College of Physicians. He is clinical leader at the King’s Fund Patient & Family Centred Care Project, non executive director of Stockport Foundation Trust, and medical advisor to Broughton House in Salford, a charitably funded nursing home.

Mike is interested in a ‘whole person’ approach to patient care and says, ‘We should treat people who are ill and not just the disease’.

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