Gary Bell trained in General Adult Psychiatry in London (Charing Cross, the Middlesex and University College Hospitals) and has held Consultant posts at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in the City of London, the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore and since 1997 the Mount Vernon Cancer Centre, Northwood,
Middlesex, the largest Cancer Centre in the South of England. Gary is also an Honorary Consultant at St Luke’s Hospital for
the Clergy and is a Court Assistant of the Society of Apothecaires. He was a Membership Examiner for the Royal College of Psychiatrists from 1998-2007. Gary also holds a BA in Oriental Studies from the University of Queensland.
Gary has worked in private practice in Central London for almost 20 years. He is a general adult psychiatrist with special interests in addictions, treatment-resistant anxiety and depressive disorders, perinatal psychiatry, post-traumatic stress disorder and liaison psychiatry especially oncology and pain syndromes. He has published widely in the fields of liaison psychiatry and medical education. He has presented original research at conferences and regular lectures at medical meetings.
Gary is a member (Commander) of the Order of St John and was Chairman of St John Ambulance Berkshire from 1999 to 2008. He continues as the County Fundraiser for the St John Eye Hospital in Jerusalem. He is a member of the Fabric Advisory Committee of St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle where he is also a Lay Steward.
BA MBBS FRCPsych
General Medical Council No. 2679840
Medical Protection Society
Fellow, Royal College of Psychiatrists
Addictions, Adult Mental Health, Health and Wellbeing
Addictions, Anxiety, Bipolar Affective, Depression, Impulse Control, Psychosis, Reactions to Stress