Dr Michael J Clarke
After qualifying at Oxford University and St Mary's Hospital Medical School, Dr Clarke worked in various branches of hospital medicine until 1975. His hospital medical work included a special interest in Rheumatology and Sports Injuries. Since then he has been wholly in private medicine, practising in Basil Mansions from 1978.
Over the last twenty seven years his work has consisted of general practice in the broadest sense of the word as well as a considerable amount of Occupational Medicine, particularly assessing individuals' fitness for work.
He was elected a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in 1998 and a Fellow of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine in 2004. He is an Accredited Specialist in Occupational Medicine as well as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine.
He continues to support his previous sporting activities, in particular rugby and cricket.
Dr Nicholas G R Page
Dr Page qualified at Westminster Hospital Medical School and then worked continuously in hospital medicine until 1983 mainly in the medical specialties, latterly in neurosciences. He then joined the Medical Research Council for 3 years studying eye movement control and during this period he published many academic and clinical papers.
In 1985 he went into private practice and after 3 years working with the late Dr Peter Butcher at 33 Devonshire Place and in the FCO, moved to Basil Mansions in 1988. In 2000 he was elected a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians. In addition to general/family practice, he holds a number of company and pension fund appointments and also continues a special interest in neurology and neuro-otology.
Dr Page is enjoying the evolution of teenage daughters into young professionals and remains a keen skier and perseveres at tennis as his knees allow.
Dr Eoin Waters
Dr Waters graduated from University College Cork, Ireland in 1995. He trained in Surgery in Dublin for 4 years before working in Australia in Paediatrics and General Medicine.
He completed his General Practice Training in Taunton, Somerset and gained membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2004. During this time he gained experience in GP practices in Holland, Denmark and North Carolina, USA.
Dr Waters completed the Cardiff Diploma in Practical Dermatology in 2004 and also undertook post-graduate courses in many areas including Acupuncture and Implanon insertion.
Since 2004, Dr Waters has practiced in London and his main interests include Dermatology, Diabetes, Cardiovascular Medicine, Psychiatry, Musculoskeletal Medicine, Family Planning, Child Development and Sexual Health.
Dr Waters has been with Knightsbridge Doctors since early 2007.