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Dr George Moncrieff


I have been a GP in North Oxfordshire since 1984. I retired from my NHS partnership in 2017, where I had run an interface Dermatology service since 1999 receiving referrals from about 50 local GPs. I now work in a private General Practice in Oxford. I was an undergraduate tutor in Medicine at Oxford University and UCL for 12 years and a GP trainer for 19 years. I was an examiner for the DCH for 10 years. I was a committee member of the Primary Care Dermatology Society from 2005 till 2018, an external examiner for the Cardiff Diploma in Practical Dermatology until 2005 and the RCGP Dermatology Curriculum Guardian until 2014. I was also Chair of The Dermatology Council for England for 4 years, from 2014 till 2018. Finally, I was made a Fellow of the RCGP in 2012 and a Fellow of the RCP in 2015.


Dermatology, General Medicine, Men's Health, Paediatrics

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Posts by Dr George Moncrieff

Acne effects nearly everyone in our society and as we all know is typically at its worst during our teen years.  Roughly a third of women still have acne into their 30’s and around 1 in 20 continue to have spots into their forties and beyond.  We’re also seeing more acne in infants and pre-pubertal children than we did just ten years ago... Read more

19th October 2017

Do you have psoriasis or know someone who suffers with this condition? About one in 30 people in the UK have psoriasis and it can have a devastating impact on their lives. The dry itchy patches are uncomfortable and disturb sleep, scratching leaves traces of blood on the sheets and large amounts of scale can be shed... Read more