Dr Jennifer Burgess

About Jennifer Burgess

Dr Jennifer Burgess is a Consultant Neuroanaesthetist at The Walton Centre and the Clinical Lead for Organ Donation. Following the completion of a degree in Physiotherapy Dr Burgess pursued a career in medicine, qualifying as a doctor in 2010. She went on to complete anaesthetic speciality training, obtaining a CCT after achieving her FRCA in 2016. Throughout this time she spent extra time and placements on intensive care units across the Mersey Deanery leading to the completion of stage 1 intensive care medicine training.

In addition to her clinical achievements Dr Burgess has also successfully completed a postgraduate certificate in Medical Education. This allows her to provide good quality educational supervision to the anaesthetists of tomorrow.

Her appointment as a consultant at The Walton Centre will provide the opportunity to practice anaesthesia in a speciality which she loves, along with pursuing her areas of specific interest which include sustainable anaesthesia, the use of simulation as an education tool for both junior doctors and other allied staff members and providing clinical leadership for the resuscitation department.




MBChB, FRCA, PGCert Medical Education, BSc (Hons)

Clinical/research interests

  • Medical education (including simulation) and supervision
  • Sustainable anaesthesia
  • Organ donation

Membership of professional regional and national bodies

  • GMC
  • RCoA

Related Services

Critical Care - Horsley Ward

The Horsley Intensive Care Unit consists of 20 beds

Neuroanaesthesia and Critical Care

The Department of Neuroanaesthesia and Critical Care consists of specialist doctors in the field of neuro-anaesthesia and intensive care medicine. Approximately half of the consultants also work on the Critical Care Unit at The Walton Centre.

Page last updated: 01 March 2022