Dr Anna Fryer is a committed campaigner, working hard to represent the people of Stretford and Urmston.
As a Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist in the NHS, her role involves working with patients to improve their health and wellbeing, by addressing mental health problems within the general hospital setting.
She has a reputation for getting things done and has worked with the Royal College of Psychiatrists (RCPsych) in various voluntary national roles to improve Mental Health services in the UK and beyond. She sits on the Parliamentary Liaison Committee at the RCPsych and represents the College at Westminster on the All Party Parliamentary Group on Domestic Violence.
A campaigner during the Junior Doctors' Strike, Anna spoke at a Junior Doctors' rally for the region in Manchester in February 2016. At the Spring 2016 Liberal Democrat conference, she organised a highly successful event bringing together the "Meet the Doctors" team to speak alongside Lib Dem Health spokesman Rt Hon Norman Lamb MP to raise awareness of the safety issues in the new Junior Doctors' contract.
After living a short distance away in Chorlton for 12 years, Anna moved to Stretford in 2018. She has worked and trained in hospitals across the North West, including working in the community in Trafford while based at Trafford General Hospital.
She has volunteered with a local homeless charity for the last 3 years.
She has been an active member of the Liberal Democrats since 2015 and a Liberal Democrat voter for 20 years.