Dr Nick Murch

Job title

Consultant physician in acute medicine and medical education including simulation



GMC Number


Contact details

Phone number: 020 7794 0500 ext 36537/8

Email address: nick.murch@nhs.net

Related services

Acute medicine


Nick's clinical practice includes the diagnosis, management and stabilisation of all types of acute medical admissions, which he combines with a special interest in education and simulation training.   Nick is also the training programme director for acute medicine in North Central and East London.  He qualified from UWCM (Cardiff), and having worked in South Wales, he entered the North Thames Acute Medicine Rotation.


  • 2014: Near-peer facilitation: A win-win simulation, Antonelou M, Krishnamoorthy S, Walker G, Murch N, Med Educ., 2014;48(5):544-5. doi: 10.1111/medu.12443
  • 2013: Simulation training for Acute Medicine Specialty Trainees in London: A Pilot, Lovell B, Krishnamoorthy S, Etomi O, Murch N, Acute Medicine, 2013; 12(2) 77-82
  • 2013: Severe Sepsis, Social Media and the #Sepsis6, ‘Tweeting’ National Innovations, McMenamin L, Murch N, Daniels R, Acute Medicine, 2013; 12(2) 83-88
  • 2013: Thoracic ultrasound and its role in hospital medicine, Barmania N, Murch N, Barnes N, Br J Hosp Med (Lond), 2013; 74(4):C60-4
  • 2012: Alcohol-use disorders on the Acute Medical Unit: a problem-based review, Reynolds T, Cooke F & Murch N, Acute Medicine 2012; 11(2)
  • 2011: Rash and dyspnoea in a 39 year old male, Raffel J, Al-Lawati A & Murch N, BMJ. 2011 29; 343:d8256
  • 2010: A multi-centre survey of inpatient pharmacological management strategies for alcohol withdrawal, Ward D, Murch N, Agarwal G & Bell D, QJM. 2009;102(11): 773-80 Cited by NICE: ‘Alcohol use disorders: clinical management’
  • 2006: Cefotaxime as the potential cause of acquired von  Willebrand syndrome, Haj MA, Murch N, Bowen DJ, Sati HI, Beddal A, Benton A & Collins P, Eur J Haematology, 2006; 76(5): 440-3