Dr Leon Rozewicz

Consultant Psychiatrist and Medical Director

Priory Hospital North London (staff)

Priory Wellbeing Centre Fenchurch Street, London (staff)

Priory Wellbeing Centre Harley Street, London (staff)

Grovelands House
The Bourne
N14 6RA

Location telephone: 020 8882 8191

Location email: northlondon@priorygroup.com

Secretary name: Natalie Feldman

Consultant telephone: 0208 920 5619

Consultant email: leonrozewicz@priorygroup.com

Dr Leon Rozewicz Priory Hospital North London

Dr Rozewicz is a general adult psychiatrist with a specialist interest in affective disorders and adult  ADHD. Dr Rozewicz is a consultant psychiatrist and Medical Director of Priory Hospital North London. Dr Rozewicz works as a Health Assessor for the General Medical Council (GMC) and is on the GMC Health Assessors training team. Dr Rozewicz is on the training committee of the UK Adult ADHD Network (UKAAN).

Dr Rozewicz completed his undergraduate training at the Middlesex Hospital in London. As a medical student he trained in Neurology at Norman Geshwind’s unit at the Beth Israel Hospital in Boston. On completion of his undergraduate studies Dr Rozewicz trained in medicine and general practice, becoming a member of the Royal College of Physicians and the Royal College of General Practitioners. Dr Rozewicz then went on to train in psychiatry on the St George’s Hospital London training scheme. Dr Rozewicz became a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists in 1992 and a Fellow in 2005. He is a member of the American Psychiatric Association.

Dr Rozewicz spent 18 months doing research into cognitive deficits in multiple sclerosis at the Institute of Neurology at Queens’ Square. He was appointed as a Clinical Lecturer in psychiatry in 1994  and appointed as a Consultant Psychiatrist in 1995. Dr  Rozewicz was a  consultant community psychiatrist for the next  20 years,  working for two London Mental Health Trusts.

In 2007 Dr Rozewicz founded a pioneering adult attention deficit hyperactivity disorder clinic in Barnet Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust. At that time this was the second such clinic in the UK. This is now a thriving clinic serving a population of over a million adults in North London.