Dr Alice Oldroyd
MBChB Hons. MRCGP DRCOG
GP and Menopause Specialist
Alice graduated from Liverpool University in 2007 and has since moved back to the Midlands to be closer to her family. From an early stage in her career, Alice has had a keen interest in women’s health, completing her DRCOG (diploma of Obstetrics and Gynaecology) and DFSRH (diploma of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare) prior to completing her General Practice training. After attending a training session led by Dr Louise Newson at the Royal College of GP’s in 2017, she was keen to develop this interest further. She is a member of the British Menopause Society and has completed the Fourteen Fish Confidence in Menopause course.
Alice is passionate about improving services for women and raising awareness of the challenges faced by women with menopausal symptoms. She firmly believes that women deserve a holistic assessment, and to be educated on the treatment options, not only for their current symptoms but also their future health to empower them to make informed choices.
Outside of work Alice enjoys spending time up in the Malvern Hills with her two girls, husband, and dog Bailey.