Resumé

Dr. Joseph Higginbotham-Jones

General Practitioner (GP)

Interests
Watching football
Swimming
Playing football
Travelling

Resumé

Dr. Joseph Higginbotham-Jones

General Practitioner (GP)

About

Dr Higginbotham-Jones graduated from Birmingham University Medical School in 2015. He enjoyed a year of travelling and working after Foundation Training, before going on to complete his GP training in Birmingham in 2021, rotating through various specialities including A&E, Trauma & Orthopaedics and Elderly Care.

He is well settled in a small village just South of Birmingham with his wife and three young children, where he splits his time between various roles within General Practice, including Urgent Care, Frailty/Dementia and Out of Hours, and plenty of childcare and playgroups.

He has experienced several different specialities across Medicine, and is passionate about the modernisation of Medical Care, including the progression of remote consulting and the use of improved technologies.

Academic Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB), Awarded July 2015
  • Intercalated Bachelor of Medical Science, with Honours, Class I (Clinical Sciences), Awarded July 2014

Work Experience

Current:
  • Locum GP work in various practices in South Birmingham
  • Care Homes Service looking after patients with dementia and providing palliative care
  • Out of Hours cover for a Community Hospital
  • Urgent Care at South Birmingham Urgent Treatment Centre
Past:
  • August 2018 – November 2021: GP Training (South Birmingham), with rotations in Trauma & Orthopaedics, Geriatric Medicine, Emergency Medicine and General Practice
  • August 2017 – August 2018: Locum SHO at Moseley Hall Hospital
  • April 2017 – August 2017: Kings Norton Surgery – FY2 General Practice – Foundation Programme

  • August 2016 – April 2017: Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham – FY2 (Geriatrics, Oncology) – Foundation Programme
  • August 2015 – August 2016: Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham – FY1 (General Surgery, Paediatrics, Respiratory Medicine) – Foundation Programme