Oxford and Thames Valley

The Oxford and Thames Valley region is supported by a dedicated RCP regional office.

Regional advisers

The Oxford and Thames Valley regional advisers provide a local point of contact for RCP fellows and members in this region. They work in partnership with college tutors and regional colleagues to facilitate the two-way exchange of information from the RCP to the region.

Regional advisers also approve job descriptions, take part in the scoring of clinical excellence awards and grant continuing professional development approval.

RCP regional adviser (service)

Dr Ravi Madhotra 
Milton Keynes Hospital
Standing Way
Eaglestone
MK6 5LD

Email: Ravi.Madhotra@mkuh.nhs.uk

RCP regional adviser (training)

Dr George MacFaul
Milton Keynes Hospital
Standing Way
Eaglestone
MK6 5LD

Email: George.MacFaul@mkuh.nhs.uk

Office details

Royal College of Physicians
Birmingham Research Park Limited
Institute of Research & Development
Vincent Drive
Birmingham  
B15 2SQ

Tel: +44 (0)121 414 7020
Fax: +44 (0)121 414 7408
Email: OxfordThamesValley@rcplondon.ac.uk

Opening hours

Monday: 9.30am–1.45pm
Tuesday: 8am–4.30pm
Wednesday: 8am–4.30pm
Thursday: 8.30am–2pm
Friday: 8.30am–2pm

Office hours may vary depending on educational events and attendance at meetings.

Contacts

Regional manager

Helen Flood
Email: Helen.Flood@rcplondon.ac.uk

Deputy regional manager

Sue Cyprus
Email: Sue.Cyprus@rcplondon.ac.uk

Office assistant

Jayne Richards
Email: Jayne.Richards@rcplondon.ac.uk

Approval of job descriptions

For the approval of job descriptions within the Oxford and Thames Valley region please contact oxford@rcplondon.ac.uk.

For help and advice on the job description approval process please see the Advisory Appointments Committees (AAC) page.

School of medicine

Heads of schools have now been appointed in most deaneries. The appointment process was deanery-based, with the posts being advertised. In most cases the RCP and the deanery cooperated, which variously included the RCP commenting on the job description, advertising the role to fellows, and being represented on the appointment panel. In the majority of cases the person appointed has previously served as a regional adviser.

Dr George MacFaul is the head of school of medicine for Health Education Thames Valley.