Dr Simon Glew has been working regularly at Moore Medical Practice since 2017.
Originally from Surrey, he trained at the University of Bristol completing both his medical degree and a degree in physiological sciences with a focus on cardiology and neuroscience.
Upon qualification, he undertook busy house officer jobs in Nottingham and Lincolnshire before moving to Brighton to take up a GP training post. He combined this with work at Brighton and Sussex Medical School as an honorary teaching fellow. Whilst there, he studied for a MRes in medical research for which he was awarded a distinction. He also achieved the highest mark across all of Kent, Surrey and Sussex in the Royal College of General Practitioners clinical skills membership examination.
He has diverse hospital experience including working in paediatrics in two major hospitals, psychiatry, ear, nose and throat medicine, care of older adults and obstetrics and gynaecology.
He has a further interest in sports and exercise medicine.
He has published research in paediatrics (including the management of children with fevers), ear nose and throat medicine, allergy, sexual health, haematology, SCUBA diving and created a technique to assess the quality of medical record keeping.
Simon has always had in interest in education, having trained GP trainees, junior doctors and medical students throughout his career. This culminated in working as an editor on a GP journal, producing award winning educational podcasts and becoming Vice-Chair of the Royal College of General Practitioners National Trainee Committee.
Outside of work, Simon has a young daughter with his wife, Alexandra (a paediatric doctor), and enjoys running, cycling, kite surfing, SCUBA diving, travel and improving his French.
He became a GP to advise, support and care for families and enjoys practicing with a holistic approach.