James Kingsland

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Dr James Kingsland is a former special adviser to the Department of Health on GP commissioning. He is president of the National Association of Primary Care[1]

Kingsland now continues to work as a senior partner in a General Practice in the North West of England as well as fulfilling a number of advisory roles alongside this. He is non-executive director at the Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust, leader of the Anglo-Italian Association of Primary Care and the resident doctor for BBC Radio Merseyside. [2]

He is best described as having 'a wealth of experience in General Practice, medical education and medical politics.' [2]


  1. Lansley to accelerate commissioning handover to GPs, Pulse, 6 October 2010
  2. 2.0 2.1 James Kingsland LinkedIn, accessed 1 May 2015