Dr Jaime Tweedie

Dr Jaime Tweedie

MB ChB, nMRCGP, DFSRH, DRCOG, MPhil Physiology, BScHons Physiology
Medical writer, GMC no. 6101380

Dr Tweedie is an experienced GP with a strong focus on Integrated urgent care (IUC). She previously worked as a GP, an out-of-hours GP, and GP Appraiser prior to her current urgent care roles. Dr Tweedie currently lives in the Bristol area and works clinically for the Ambulance Service. She works non-clinically for an NHS 111 provider and for the CQC (Care Quality Commission) as a GP-Specialist Advisor.

Dr Tweedie completed a Bachelor's Degree in Physiology (1998) and a Masters Degree in Physiology (2000) before training as a Doctor at Leicester-Warwick Medical School. She qualified as a Doctor in 2004 and completed a Postgraduate award in Professional Skills in Healthcare in 2006. Dr Tweedie enjoyed working to improve women's health and completed a Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecologists (DRCOG) in 2008, and a Diploma of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (DFSRH) in 2009. Dr Tweedie then chose to specialise in General Practice. She qualified in 2011 and went on to complete a further Postgraduate Award in Professional Skills in Healthcare in 2012; a joint initiative between NHS Education South West and the Peninsula Graduate school to develop future GP leaders through the planned evolution of Integrated Urgent Care (IUC). For much of the last 10 years Dr Tweedie has collaborated with healthcare providers, NHS England and commissioners to reduce patient risk and improve patient journey through the IUC-landscape.

When not working Dr Tweedie is a recreational triathlete and enjoys watersports, walking, and camping with family and friends.

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