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Infectious Diseases consultants

Dr Brian Angus

  • Principal hospital: John Radcliffe / Churchill
    Specialties: Infectious Diseases / General Medicine
    Special interests: general infectious diseases; HIV, TB, chronic fatigue, MRSA
  • Tel: 01865 225303
    Email: infectiousdiseasesoxford@nhs.net

Dr Andrew Brent, Clinical Director

Dr Chris Conlon

  • Principal hospital: John Radcliffe / Churchill
    Specialties: Infectious Diseases / General Medicine
    Special interests: general infectious diseases; HIV, TB, tropical medicine and returning travellers
  • Tel: 01865 225219
    Email: infectiousdiseasesoxford@nhs.net

Professor Tim Peto

  • Principal hospital: John Radcliffe / Churchill
    Specialties: Infectious Diseases / General Medicine
    Special interests: general infectious diseases; HIV, TB, chronic fatigue, MRSA
  • Tel: 01865 225303
    Email: infectiousdiseasesoxford@nhs.net

Dr Nicola Jones

  • Principal hospital: John Radcliffe / Churchill
    Specialties: Infectious Diseases / General Medicine
    Special interests: general infectious diseases; HIV, TB, bacterial sepsis
  • Tel: 01865 225218
    Email: infectiousdiseasesoxford@nhs.net

Dr Matthew Scarborough

Rotating every two months with Dr Woodhouse

  • Principal hospital: Horton General
    Specialties: Infectious Diseases / General Medicine
    Special interests: general infectious diseases; chronic fatigue; bacterial sepsis
  • Tel: 01865 225219
    Email: infectiousdiseasesoxford@nhs.net

Dr Charlie Woodrow