Dr Hatton Qualified at Dundee Medical School, UK. He had a Varied career in medicine before becoming a General Practitioner, including volunteer work at the Cambodian Trust working with landmine victims and previous experience in Emergency Medicine in Australia.
Richard Completed basic surgical training in General Surgery in the North West before leaving to train in Community Medicine. Currently work for both the NHS and as a private GP for Sameday doctor.
For the NHS I run a new team called ‘High Impact Primary Care’ service. It is a new collaborative approach in Manchester, which enables holistic intensive support to patients with complex social and medical problems at high risk of hospital attendance. This is a GP lead Multi-Disciplinary Team of social workers, community nurse, pharmacist and wellbeing adviser who can provide intensive support to these patients.