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Harley Street Gynaecologist Mr Jeffrey Braithwaite is one of the top gynaecologists in London. He has amassed a wealth of professional knowledge and experience. Mr Braithwaite has been in private practice since 2000 and working as a gynaecologist for over 25 years. He sees patients from his clinic at 25 Harley Street and performs surgery…(Read More)

Consultant

Dr Elisa Astorri, Founder of Rheumatology Harley Street, leads the way in the care and treatment of inflammatory joint disorders and autoimmune rheumatic conditions. She combines clinical expertise and the latest research with an incredibly caring and supportive manner to improve patient health. Whilst it hasn’t been headline news, Rheumatology has changed significantly since…(Read More)

Designated Medical’s Liliana Scott reflects on the skills a medical secretary needs, and gives tips on how to realise your potential. When I started writing this blog I asked myself, what tips could I give to the fellow colleagues that might read this article to make their everyday work easier? I reflected on all…(Read More)

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Becoming A Medical Secretary: Liliana Scott talks to the DMED Blog about how she became a medical secretary… Having originally trained in a clinical role as a Speech & Language Therapist in Columbia, Liliana is now part of Designated Medical’s secretarial team providing support to consultants in a variety of specialities. With more than…(Read More)

Stethoscope

It seems that hardly a week goes by without a news story about how a company has put their own profits above the quality or safety of their services. Private healthcare is no exception, and the industry has been involved in stories of this kind from time to time – the most recent being that…(Read More)

Medical Secretary Qualifications

Working as a secretary in a medical environment involves more than just diary management and typing; it requires an in-depth knowledge of medical terminology, communication skills that are second to none, and a commitment to providing a first class service to consultants and patients. So how do you go about becoming a Medical Secretary…(Read More)

Medical Secretary

There will come a time in every private consultant’s working life when it dawns on them that there are just not enough hours in the day (in fact, this is probably realised quite early on in their medical career!), but whether you are only just setting out on your journey into private practice, or…(Read More)

Party

Read Jane Braithwaite’s latest article in the series ‘Top Tips for Busy Doctors’ published in the Independent Practitioner Today talking all about party planning! Jane Braithwaite Promoting your practice’s services through a big event can be an important investment in your business. Jane Braithwaite details everything you need to know to ensure this…(Read More)

Engage. Share. Connect.

The Elixir June 2017 is out NOW!  … read our latest interview with Andrew Vallance-Owen, Chairman of PHIN, check out our new online health checks and social media services, not forgetting all the latest events to add to your diary and news from the DMed Blog. Don’t forget to sign up to receive your…(Read More)

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