For Cambridgeshire and Peterborough GPs who are within their first 5 years of practice.

Dr Saeed Chaudhary and Dr Ruth Beesley will be giving a talk on the work GPs do with some of the vulnerable population in the Cambridgeshire area – the homeless and the prison population.

This session will take place via Zoom. You will receive the joining link via email the day before the event.

Speaker Bios:

Dr Saeed Chaudhary

I am involved with secure environments across multiple sites as a GP.  I am the Co-Director of DRPA Secure which provides GP sessions with in Prison and Immigration Centre’s. I qualified in 2011 as a GP and had extensive experience working in General practice including GP surgeries, OOH and Care homes before embarking on my current role with in secure environments. In my other roles I am also an Appraiser and GP trainer.

Secure environments provide a rich learning experience for any GP wanting to further their skill set.  Especially the prison population which supports a higher health care need including substance misuse, palliative care, pain management and mental health. I am currently working a s a clinical lead at HMP Littlehey whilst offering Support to HMP Whitemoor, HMP Peterborough, HMP Feltham, Gatwick and Yarl’s Wood Immigration Centre.


Dr Ruth Beesley

I am a GP in central Peterborough at Boroughbury Medical Centre. I currently specialise in working with the homeless population and also specifically sex working women, running specialist clinics and outreach.

I work closely with the drug and alcohol teams, housing department and voluntary projects in Peterborough. Prior to this role I have also worked as a Forensic Medical Examiner looking after those in police custody and sexual assault victims. I was also previously a GP at HMP Peterborough. I get huge job satisfaction from working with vulnerable and hard to reach groups and am constantly challenged to do this better and improve the care we can offer.


Dr Anna Trigell

I have been a GP partner in St.Neots for 17y but have recently given up partnership to become a portfolio GP.  I’m now working as a prison GP at HMP Littlehey and as a GPwER in dermatology. 

Bookings for this event close at 5pm on Thursday 11th November.