Gerard qualified from Glasgow Vet School in 2006 after which he completed an Internship and worked in general practice before undertaking a 3-year residency in Internal Medicine. He is a European and Royal College Recognised Specialist in Internal Medicine. Gerard was a Senior Lecturer in Internal Medicine at the University of Glasgow as well as Head of the Emergency Service and Director of both the Internship and ECVIM Residency Programmes. More recently he completed 12 months training in Interventional Radiology at the Animal Medical Center in New York and is one of only a handful of Specialists in the world to have undertaken this level of advanced training.
Gerard has lectured nationally and internationally and authored multiple scientific papers. In April 2017, he joined Fitzpatrick Referrals as a Senior Clinician in Interventional Radiology. His clinical interests focus on minimally invasive interventional radiology and critical care. Gerard is delighted to join Fitzpatrick Referrals and develop the Interventional Radiology service alongside the other Specialists. Gerard is very happy to discuss the case of any patient with your family veterinary surgeon should the need arise.
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