Training


Dr Nick Mann qualified in medicine at University College Hospital, London in 1974 and specialised in paediatrics soon after graduating. During his first few years he worked at various London hospitals, including St George’s and St Thomas’s as well as The Brompton and Great Ormond Street.

For middle grade training he moved to Nottingham for 8 years and worked at both City and University hospitals. More than two years was spent in full time research and he gained an MD University of London degree. In 1987 Dr Nick Mann was appointed as consultant paediatrician at the Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading and worked there until January 2015. He is a consultant paediatrician at The Spire Dunedin Hospital and has worked in private paediatric practice since 1990.

His medical qualifications are as follows-

                        MBBS (London)   1974
                        MRCS; LRCP       1975
                        MRCP (UK)         1977
                        DCH (England)    1977 (Diploma in Child Health)
                        MD (London)       1984
                        FRCP (London)    1993 (Fellow Royal College of Physicians)
                        FRCPCH              1997 (Fellow Royal College Paediatrics & Child Health)

He received full registration with the General Medical Council (GMC) in 1975 (2247876). In 1986 he was given specialist registration by the GMC as a fully trained paediatrician. His GMC “Licence to Practice” was granted in 2009 and Dr Mann was revalidated for this in June 2014.

He has had Good Clinical Practice (GCP) research training certification from 2008 to 2019.