CHAM 2016

Jean-François CHARLES
General Practitioner, London

1980-1983: Physician in one of the largest prisons near Paris (France)

1983: Creation of my single handed GP practice in the French countryside.

1984: new premices build across the primary school, for two Dentists and three G.Ps, open 12/24, 6/7.

In addition to the usual GP workload, in 1991-1993 humanitarian medical missions for 4 weeks in Guinea-Conakry, and, in 1992-1994, representative of SML (Syndicat des Médecins Libéraux) to create a medical note-book for adults suffering for chronic diseases (like the NHS “red book” for kids) under the umbrella of the French DoH.

2001: requisitioned by the Local State Authority for a non-obligatory OOH duty (the stram that broke the came’s back)

2002: GMC full registration, while looking for a medical heir (for almost one year, finally proceeded for one symbolic €)

2002-2006: NHS-GP in a depraved area, south of London.

Since 2006, Private GP in South Kensington, a French posh ghetto, Central London.