MBBS BSc MRCGP
Rebecca qualified from King’s College University in 2001, where she continued to work for two years in the various disciplines of General Medicine, A &E, ITU and Sexual Health.
She achieved a 1st Class Hons Bachelor of Science Degree in 1999, in Molecular Genetics. In 2004 she qualified with a Diploma in Genitourinary Medicine while working in some of the most deprived areas of London and having decided that General Practice was for her, qualified in 2007 with MRCGP Merit.
Rebecca has since worked in the NHS as a GP and teaching mentor, developing special interests in the management of Menopause (alongside musculoskeletal medicine, running joint and soft tissue injection clinics, palliative care, holistic pain management, gender incongruence and women’s health) and has long been an advocate of HRT with patient centred care and shared decision making.
In 2020, she entered premature menopause and experienced firsthand the struggles and detriment this transition can have. Having always been empathetic to her patient’s plight, she now has marked sympathy as a GP and patient and willingly describes her menopause as catastrophic.
Her other interests include aesthetic medicine
She continues to work as a GP within the NHS and thoroughly enjoys lecturing at the University of Reading teaching Allied Health Professionals.
She prides herself on keeping up to date and evolving to meet her patient’s needs.
Her hobbies include arts and crafts with her nieces, long walks with her three large dogs, yoga and swimming and family time.