Hannah qualified from Southampton Medical School in 1998 and initially pursued a career in hospital medicine obtaining MRCP (2001) before deciding to become a GP. Hannah completed her training in Oxford in 2004 (MRCGP). Whilst enjoying the variety that general practice offers she has developed special interests in Womens’ Health and Rheumatology. She is trained to fit coils and implants. Hannah completed a Masters degree at Oxford University in Rheumatology in 2011 with a particular interest in osteoporosis.
Hannah’s interest in the menopause and HRT was ignited following her own hormonal struggles after the birth of her children. She now spends much of her time in general practice helping women recognise the effects of the menopause on their physical and mental health and providing women with up to date and evidenced based information on the treatments available.
Hannah is married with 3 school age children. In her spare time she loves to keep fit by cycling and swimming, preferably near the seaside.
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