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We do our best to provide a safe, and friendly environment.If it is decided there is a case to answer, the investigation will be returned to the MPTS, which will then convene a fitness-to-practise hearing.Dr Curtis, who is believed to live in Richmond, south-west London, qualified in 1991 from St Bartholomew’s Medical College and became a GP in 1995.He took over the London Gender Clinic five years ago and boasts “substantial expertise in helping people with gender dysphoria seeking to undergo gender reassignment achieve the best outcome throughout the course of their journey”.According to his practice’s website, he has a “deep understanding of [a] patient’s needs” and his “substantial expertise” meant he had a “personable, relaxed, non-judgmental approach”.Dr Curtis, who charges up to £240 an hour, was born a woman but described himself as feeling like a “gay man trapped in a woman’s body”.
The miner’s daughter, originally from Pontefract, West Yorks, underwent two years of gender specific counselling before deciding to have a sex change in 2005.
Dr Curtis became the first post-operative transsexual to be recognised by the GMC under the Gender Recognition Act, which came into force in April that year.
It is also claimed his practice, located in Marylebone, central London, breached conditions required by the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (MPTS), the GMC’s arm’s-length disciplinary body.
In November 2011 the MPTS imposed a number of restrictions on Dr Curtis’s practice.
Two months later the conditions placed on Dr Curtis were extended until May this year.
The restrictions, which were upheld by another hearing in December, are due to remain in place pending the outcome of the GMC investigation.