Dr Stuart Bingham

Dr Stuart Bingham

Gender: Male
Primary qualifications: MBBS, London University 1982

Dr Stuart Bingham(MBBS, London University 1982)  trained at the Royal London Hospital from 1977 to 1982, and has been a General Practitioner in Tower Hamlets since 1986. Medical interests include substance misuse, homelessness, paediatrics, whole person health, medical management, and practice development.

Dr Bingham has been involved in health centre developments at Spitalfields, including Spitalfield Health Centre rebuild, setting up "HealthE1" a practice for homeless people, and, since 2003, developing the Barkantine Polyclinic.

He has been involved in local medical management, including Tower Hamlets GP Forum Chair, practice Based Commissioning Chair, and subsequently Co-Vice Chair of Tower Hamlets Clinical Commissioning Group. He is currently the Clinical Lead for Urgent and Emergency Care in Tower Hamlets doing a session per week for the Transformation Department of Tower Hamlets Clinical Commissioning Group.

Other interests include family (with 5 grandchildren!), member of a local faith group (Quaystone Church at Island House E14), cycling as a means of transport, and marathon running, including the last 23 London Marathons, to try and keep fit. He is married to Linda-May, who is a Head Teacher in Newham, and they live locally on the Isle of Dogs.

Dr Bingham usually does 6 clinical session per week and a number of administration sessions during the week. He is passionate about providing an accessible, quality, NHS service from the Barkantine Clinic.