Dr Martin Baggaley
MB BS, FRCPsych
As well as being a consultant psychiatrist in the Psychosexual and Relationship service, Dr Martin Baggaley is also the Executive Medical Director at the Trust.
He is a member of the Gender Recognition Panel.
Dr Baggaley qualified from St Bartholomew’s Hospital in 1984. He served in the British Army between 1985 and 1997, training in the army and at Guy’s Hospital.
He has been a full-time psychiatrist since 1986 and a consultant since 1993. He worked as Senior Lecturer in Military Psychiatry for four years and was Head of Division at the Defence Services Psychiatric Centre, Catterick, for two.
When he left the Army in 1997, he was appointed as Consultant Psychiatrist at the Trust and Senior Lecturer in Psychiatry for the Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’ School of Medicine.
He was Clinical Director of Adult Mental Health in Lewisham for five years and Clinical Lead for London on the National Programme for Information Technology for two years.
He has worked at the Psychosexual and Relationship Service at Guy’s Hospital since 1990.
His special interests include erectile dysfunction and gender identity disorder.
Hirst J.F., Baggaley M.R. & Watson J.P. A four-year survey of an inner city psychosexual problems clinic, Sexual and Marital Therapy 1996, 11; 19-36
Baggaley, M.R., Hirst J.F. & Watson J.P. Outcome of patients referred to a psychosexual clinic with erectile failure, Sexual and Marital Therapy 1996, 11; 123-130