Dr Tracy Murray
MBChB DRANZCOG DFFP
GP and Menopause Specialist
Tracy is from a small village in the North East of Scotland, graduating from Aberdeen University in 2001. Her medical posts have taken Tracy all over the world, undertaking a variety of roles including Obstetrics, Gynaecology, A&E and Paediatrics. However, it was during her time in Australia where Tracy’s interest in women’s health blossomed and, keen to further her knowledge, completed the Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
Upon returning to the UK in 2016, Tracy was offered a role at Glasgow’s Sandyford Initiative – a large sexual health, family planning and genitourinary centre. Dublin then came calling and Tracy was invited to work with the Irish Family Planning Association, which provides contraception and women’s health services. Tracy was also the key media spokesperson for the Association and was heavily involved in campaigns around contraception and STIs. With an unending drive to help women and provide better health care and knowledge, Tracy was involved in initiating a cervical screen programme in Ireland and was heavily involved in training GPs working towards their sexual health diplomas.
Tracy settled in South Hampshire at the end of 2008 and has remained at the same practice in Stubbington, where she is a GP Partner. Whilst at the practice she has continued to raise awareness and understanding of women’s health, undertaking several roles alongside her GP work. As well as local family planning and sexual health clinics, Tracy has also dedicated much of her time to “well woman” clinics in GP surgeries across Hampshire and is also a GP appraiser.
Tracy is a strong advocate of menopause education and providing access to tailored care for all women, empowering them to seek the help they need.
When Tracy is not championing women’s health and finding solutions for all her patients, Tracy enjoys spending time with her family. You can often see Tracy with her two children, cycling, walking their three rescue dogs or swimming in the sea!