Dr Liam Parsonage is a Consultant Psychiatrist specialising in Adult and Old Age Psychiatry. He has worked in the NHS as the Lead Consultant for community mental health services in Surrey.
He completed his psychiatric training with the London Deanery in 2010 and he has been a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists since 2006. He gained his MBBS medical degree from University College Hospital and Royal Free Medical School in 2001, part of the University of London. Dr Parsonage completed his pre-clinical studies in 1997 at Oxford University, Queen’s College, where he was awarded a first class BA honours degree in physiological sciences.
Dr Parsonage has worked for over seven years in the NHS as a General Adult Consultant Psychiatrist in a community mental health service and also held the position of the medical lead for Community Services in NW Surrey for two years. He holds dual accreditation on the GMC Specialist Register in General Adult and Old Age Psychiatry. Dr Parsonage is an Approved Clinician under the Mental Health Act, and also approved under Section 12 of the Mental Health Act.
Dr Parsonage provides psychiatric evaluations of mental disorders, sleep disorders, and attention deficit disorder (ADHD). Mental Capacity Assessments, university performance and mitigating circumstances reports, psychiatric evaluations of the effects of abuse, neglect or trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder, and personal injury. He also provides psychiatric evaluations relating to occupational health matters including fitness to return to work and early retirement on medical grounds and, undertakes psychiatric evaluations regarding immigration matters.