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Dr Hannah Rosa


Hannah is a Locum GP based in the North East of England.

After graduating from Newcastle Medical School in 2009 she completed her foundation training in Northumbria before entering GP training. During her training she complete the Diploma with The Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, whilst working in a sexual health clinic in Newcastle Upon Tyne.

After qualifying as a GP Hannah has had a variety of roles running alongside her regular GP work, including working as a GP in a substance misuse centre in South Shields, spending a year working as an Associate Clinical Lecturer with Newcastle Medical School and working with Health Education England as an assessor for GP recruitment.

Over the last 3 years she combined her clinical work with her passion for teaching. She works closely with First Contact Clinical, a social enterprise scheme in the North East and has developed and now leads their sexual health and alcohol and substance misuse training sessions, she also runs sessions for GP trainees with Health Education North East on alcohol and substance misuse. She is currently completing the Certificate in Medical Education with Newcastle University.

Outside of work Hannah lives with her husband and their 3 children, and she is a keen runner and mountain climber. When she hasn’t been busy running after the children, she has completed various items on her bucket list including The Great North Run and the topped the 3 Peaks.