Name and Position

Mr Thomas Gray

Contact Details

Main Telephone Number:01603 286296


Department page: Gynaecology

Name and Position: Mr. Thomas Gray

Contact Details: 01603 286296 or

Secretary: Ann Haystead

Specialities: Gynaecology

Sub-Speciality: Urogynaecology

GMC Number: 7014822

Special Clinical Interests: He is a gynaecologist specialising in the management of pelvic floor health problems, including urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, overactive bladder and recurrent urinary tract infections.

Alongside urogynaecology, his interests include medical education, mHealth and development and utility of electronic patient reported outcome measures. He is the co-creator of Healthcare Supervision Logbook, a smartphone App for recording feedback on medical training and recording activities for CPD and revalidation. In 2015 he won a Medipex NHS Innovations Award for his work on the App. He also jointly won an NHS Innovation award in 2018 for his work on Bladder Shape analysis.

Research Interests: He has a significant interest in clinical research, especially around the utility of electronic patient reported outcome measures and symptom complexes in urogynaecology and pelvic health. He has been awarded NIHR research grants and is regularly a principal investigator on multicentre research studies. He has authored more than 50 peer reviewed publications and book chapters and regularly speaks at conferences and meetings nationally.

GMC Number: 7014822

Professional Profile: Thomas Gray is consultant gynaecologist and subspecialist urogynaecologist at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. He grew up in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire and studied medicine at the University of Sheffield. He graduated with honours in 2008. He trained in gynaecology in Yorkshire and completed subspecialty training in urogynaecology at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals. He was awarded an MD from the University of Sheffield in 2020 for his MD thesis on the development and utility of electronic patient reported outcome measures (ePROMS) in gynaecology.

He completed an MSc in Healthcare Education in 2018. He is an Honorary Associate Professor at the University of East Anglia and is the lead for fourth year medical students attached to the obstetrics and gynaecology departments at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals. He is also a Learning Facilitator for the Physician Associate studies course at the University of East Anglia.