Greg Williams, MBBS

ABHRS Diplomates have the option of joining a discussion group where difficult or controversial clinical and ethical issues can be discussed in confidence. Patients of ABHRS Diplomates can feel confident that their doctor has not only demonstrated a high level of knowledge by passing the ABHRS examination, but that they have on-going access to advice from a network of experts around the world with a rapid response time.

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