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Dr William Bruce-Jones

Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr Bruce-Jones is a Consultant Psychiatrist working in the NHS in Bath and privately at Sulis Hospital Bath.

He qualified in Medicine from Barts and trained in psychiatry in London. He was a lecturer at St Bartholomew’s Hospital and Senior Registrar on the Maudsley Hospital training scheme. He was provided with a broad training in all aspects of adult psychiatry as well as undertaking a period of full-time research.

Dr Bruce-Jones has worked as a Consultant Psychiatrist in Bath since 1994 and, in that time, has undertaken various NHS leadership positions, most recently Clinical Director for Adult Mental Health Services.


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Additional information about Dr William Bruce-Jones

Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist, Royal United Hospital, Bath (Avon and Wiltshire Partnership Mental Health NHS Trust)

Clinical Director

Mood disorders including bipolar disorder

Anxiety disorders

Post-traumatic stress disorder

Psychological disorders associated with physical illness

British Medical Association

Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists

General Medical Council

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