Ms Georgina Hall MA MSc Consultant Genetic Counsellor

GCRB Registered (GCRB 106)


Georgina Hall has a degree in genetics from Cambridge University (1990-1993) and completed the Masters in Genetic Counselling at the University of Manchester (1993-1995). She has worked in Genetic Medicine in Manchester since 1995, as a Principal Genetic Counsellor from 2007 and a Consultant Genetic Counsellor from 2012. Her specialist interests include ophthalmic genetics, co-ordinating a number of research grants including a Fight for Sight programme grant (2010–2015) to develop services for inherited retinal dystrophy. Ms Hall was Chair of the Association of Genetic Nurses and Counsellors (2005). She led the successful application for statutory regulation by the HPC (2009) and now chairs the Joint Committee on Genetic Counsellor Regulation.

Ms Hall has an active role in education, running modules on the STP in Genomic Counselling, the MSc Genomic Medicine and is clinical lead on a joint PGCert with PUHSC in Beijing.


Ophthalmic genetic clinics (adult and paediatric) - Saint Mary’s Hospital and Manchester Royal Eye Hospital.

Genetic Counsellor-led cancer, general, prenatal and urgency clinics - St Mary’s Hospital.