Meet Dr Natalie Summerhill
Dr Natalie Summerhill
Dr Natalie Summerhill MBBS RCGP (2015) DRCOG DFSRH
GP & Menopause Specialist
Dr. Natalie Summerhill is a GP and Menopause Specialist, graduating from Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’s (GKT) School of Medical Education in London in 2007. She obtained her GP qualification from the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) in 2015. With specialized training in women’s health, she holds diplomas from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (DRCOG) and the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health (DFSRH), along with a Letter of Competence from the FSRH for coils and implants.
As an active member of the British Menopause Society (BMS), Dr. Summerhill was part of the programme planning committee for the 2020 BMS Annual Scientific Conference. Committed to addressing the lack of information and support for women in challenging times, she is dedicated to ensuring that individuals don’t suffer needlessly, particularly in dealing with pre-menstrual syndrome, subfertility, or menopausal issues.
Dr. Summerhill has completed extensive training in menopause management and holds an Advanced Menopause Specialist certificate with the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare. Her training was overseen by prominent figures in the field, including Kathy Abernethy (Former Chair of the BMS) and Dr. Asha Kasliwal (past President of the FSRH), as well as peers from Myla Health. She invests a significant portion of her time in educating public and private sector employers, employees, and fellow professionals.
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Dr Natalie Summerhill is regulated by the General Medical Council – No. 6143246.
Advanced Certificate in Menopause Care.
Dr Summerhill has completed the requirements for the Advanced Certificate in Menopause Care from The Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare.View Certificate
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