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BMedSci BMBS MRCGP GPSI
I am originally from North London but came to Nottingham to attend medical school, in the 1980’s and stayed, as I love it here!
Before joining Welbeck surgery in Jan 2011, I had been working as a GP for many years. I was previously a partner in an inner-city practice in Radford, and then worked as a salaried GP for a few years in a practice in Carlton.
I work at Welbeck Surgery 4 days a week (weekdays except Wednesday). On Wednesdays I teach/train medical students at Nottingham University Medical School, where I work as a clinical lecturer.
I am also a specialist helping people with Substance Misuse problems, and run clinics both at Welbeck Surgery and in the city.
I also act as a GP appraiser, helping to appraise and revalidate other GPs in Nottingham.
BMedSci BMBS MRCGP DFSRH Gpwsi
I am originally from Reading, but came to Nottingham to start Medical School in 1998.
After university I worked in hospitals in Nottingham & inner city GP practices in Sneinton & Lenton as part of my GP training. After qualifying as a GP I did some locum jobs at practices around the city & then returned to my training practice in Lenton where I became a GP partner.
I moved to Welbeck surgery in October 2013 and was on maternity leave in 2014 and 2018.
I have now returned to work Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
I am also a specialist GP helping people with substance misuse problems.
Dr med univ (MD) MRCGP DFSRH
Originally from Graz, Austria, I grew up surrounded by medicine as my father’s GP surgery formed part of our house. It was his enthusiasm and empathy which inspired me to study medicine and become a GP myself.
Shortly after my A levels I met my now husband, who was studying in Graz on his year abroad from Nottingham University and after finishing my degree I moved to Nottingham.I completed my junior doctor training in Stoke-on-Trent, after which I trained for several years as a hospital doctor at King’s Mill Hospital. This was very interesting and provided me with a good knowledge base for General Practice.
Over the past fifteen years I have been working in Burton Joyce and Netherfield as a salaried GP and I am now extremely delighted to join the team at Welbeck surgery.
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