Dr Gauthey-Sebert has worked as a GP in the NHS since 2004 and has been working as a Primary Care Physician at BUPA for 6 years. She graduated from Paris V University Medical School in 1992 and ran her own General Practice in a busy inner-city area of Paris for 10 years. She was the head of Public Health and the Deputy Mayor of the 18th arrondissement in Paris from 1995 to 2001.
She then moved to London with her family in 2001. Her interest in women’s health stemmed from her exposure to the wide range and often complex medical needs of women within her antenatal and postnatal clinics. She developed this interest and was awarded the Diploma in the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health with a letter of competency in Intrauterine techniques and ran the LARC clinic service at her NHS practice. She has received the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (RCOG) diploma in 2019.
She was the lead for women’s health at her NHS practice developing practice guidelines on Female Genital Mutilation, Contraception, and Post Natal Depression.Back