He is the current President of BGS, serving from November 2022 to November 2024. His clinical work focuses on older people admitted as emergencies to acute hospital. He also has an interest in how older people with frailty are supported through surgery and has helped to establish surgical liaison services in both Derby and Nottingham. Adam Gordon's research interests are predominantly in how healthcare is delivered in care homes. Some of his work in this area has helped shape national policy to enable access for care home residents to the complex, multidisciplinary care which they need. He led the authorship of the BGS guidance on managing COVID-19 in care homes and more recently helped collate the Ambitions for Change document that sets out the Society’s vision for healthcare in care homes in the future. He has recently begun to work in the field of sarcopenia as part of the Centre for Musculoskeletal Ageing Research at the University of Nottingham. He maintains an active educational portfolio and played a key role in developing the UK and European recommended undergraduate curricula in geriatric medicine. Adam Gordon is an National Institute of Health Research Senior Investigator. He has more than 60 international scientific publications. He is currently President of the British Geriatrics Society.