|Dr Siân Roberts|
MB BS (St Bartholomew’s, London 1992) MRCGP DRCOG DCH
I qualified at St Bartholomew's College (London) in 1992 and since then I have worked as a Medical Officer in the RAF, lived in China, worked in private practice in Singapore, before returning to work in the NHS in 2003.
Although I consider myself a 'general' GP, I do have particular interests in women's health, child health and psychological health but I am happy to treat all that crosses the threshold!
I am passionate about people, patients and health; the core reasons I became a GP. Additionally, I am using my GP experience as a Clinical Director for Chiltern CCG, to help shape health services for the local community. As a Locality Lead, I am responsible for engaging the nine practices within the Amersham and Chesham Locality with clinical commissioning.