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3 results found in Embankment station, Embankment Pl, Charing Cross, London WC2N 6NS, UK

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Expert in: General Practice
26 years of experience
Menopause , Health Screening , Lifestyle Medicine

Dr Di Loudon is a General Practitioner working for Chelsea Medics. She qualified from Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School in 1993. Following this, she undertook training in paediatrics, psychiatry, family planning, general medicine and A&E.

As a GP, she is compassionate and caring and believes in taking time to understand the patient’s condition, in order to provide them with the best support in both the long and short term. She has good connections with leading UK specialists who provide support in family needs. She is therefore able to provide referrals if necessary for her patients to receive the best possible care and treatments.   

Dr Loudon has more than 23 years of GP experience, and her main areas of interest include family medicine, women’s health, men’s health, and psychological medicine. She also provides treatments for menopause including hormone-replacement therapy, having been awarded a Certificate of Menopause Management.

She holds the position as GP Chair of the Independent Doctors Federation, and she holds memberships with the Royal College of General Practitioners and the Royal Society of Medicine.



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Expert in: General Practice
16 years of experience

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With the current Corona situation being so uncertain, and with patient safety in mind, Dr Potter is offering all patients Video Consultations. Please contact her secretary on for full details or book online via She is also available for online Skype General Practice consultations these can be booked at




Dr Naomi Potter has worked in the NHS for 16 years. She

gained experience in several large London teaching hospitals including St Mary’s

Paddington and the Royal Free. She worked in the fields of Obstetrics and

Gynaecology under Professor Lesley Regan, Accident and Emergency Medicine,

Psychiatry and General Practice and is a Member of the Royal College of General

Practitioners. She worked as a GP for 9 years in South West London and Surrey. During

this time, she became more focused on and passionate about women's health and

in particular menopause care as it became apparent management in primary care was

poor and outdated and access to good specialist care was scarce. 


In 2018 she was awarded the British Menopause Society specialist

certificate in menopause care after completing training under the supervision

of Nick Panay (former chair of the British Menopause Society). She has

subsequently established a private menopause clinic dedicated to excellence

in menopause care. Her areas of expertise include menopause and Hormone

Replacement Therapy using body-identical hormones, Pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS)

early menopause, surgical menopause and primary ovarian insufficiency (POI). Her

years and breadth of experience as a GP plus her specialist training mean that

she is fully equipped to treat menopause alongside other co-morbidities

including mental health issues, diabetes, cardiovascular problems, migraine, patients

with breast cancer or with strong family histories, and metabolic issues.


Dr Potter has Bachelor of Science and Master of Science

degrees in Psychology from the University of Nottingham. She graduated from the

University of London in 2003 with Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery

degrees and became a fully registered doctor in August 2004. Her interest in

Women's Health stemmed from her medical undergraduate career when she

co-authored and published a textbook on Obstetrics and Gynaecology. She is a

Diplomate of the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Faculty of

Sexual and Reproductive Health. She also has a membership of the Royal College

of General Practitioners, General Medical Council, British Medical Association

and British Menopause Society.


Dr Potter is committed to providing an excellent service in a

private, discrete environment. Her clinic is comfortable and located in a small

private wing where all staff are highly trained and sensitive to the

confidential nature of this provision of care. 

She prides herself on excellence in listening to and understanding her

patients’ concerns and preferences in a warm compassionate sensitive manner. Dr Potter is fully understanding of the

holistic nature of menopause care and wishes of patients. She is experienced in

the use of complementary therapies including natural therapies and

psychological intervention. 



her professional work, she has an interest in running, cycling and travel. 

She has run a number of half marathons, completed the Prudential 100-mile bike

ride and climbed Mount Kilimanjaro for charities. She has a large family of 5 children including

a set of twins. She therefore fully empathises with the challenges women in

their midlife face. Her patients find her empathic, warm, understanding and





 She has written articles

on women's health and general medical issues for a number of national

publications. She was a monthly contributor to Weight Watchers magazine and

Stella Magazine (the Weekly Sunday Telegraph magazine), Now magazine, Daily

Express , Mother and Baby magazine and the Daily Mail.




NOTE FLEXIBLE CLINIC TIMES. Although formal clinic times are Tuesday Mornings,

if this is not convenient, alternative clinic times and days can be arranged on


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Expert in: General Practice
13 years of experience
Functional Medicine , Menopause , Health Screening + 1 more

Dr Clare Thompson is a General Practitioner who has been working in Kensington and Chelsea for more than 6 years. She graduated from Imperial College School of Medicine in 2005, and then achieved her MRCGP in 2012.

Dr Thompson has a particular interest in paediatrics, women’s health, men’s health and sports medicine. She focusses on preparing her patients for sporting events through ensuring they are 100% fit and can push them to their boundaries. She also enjoys taking part in sport, having won a 250km ultramarathon race across the Gobi desert in Mongolia. Furthermore, with her interest in Paediatric Medicine she is currently completing a diploma at Oxford University specialising in infectious diseases. She has also written a paper on children with Periodic Fever Syndrome and is carrying out research at Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Despite her busy schedule she provides home visits for special care patients. She is also a member of the Independent Doctors Federation and The Chelsea Clinical Society.

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