Dr Sarah Wright

Dr Sarah Wright

General Practitioner
MBChB, DRCOG, DFFP, DPD

Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Sarah Wright at Spire include:

General practice

Private GPs

Other treatments

I have an interest in women's health, family planning and sexual health. I also have a diploma in dermatology.

Professional profile

I have been a GP for 13 years and in this time as well as dealing with all aspects of General Practice, I have developed interests in women's health, family planning (diploma from royal college of obstetrics (DRCOG) and gynaecology and hold a diploma in reproductive and sexual health (DRSRH), and also in dermatology (diploma in dermatology (DPD).

I have very good communication skills and am committed to providing excellent and holistic patient care.

I am committed to providing good care and keep up to date by continuing professional development and regularly attend courses and update my skills.

Additional information

Clinical interests

General practice

Qualification and professional memberships

MBChB / University of Leeds / 2001
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery


Professional memberships

Faculty of Family planning and reproductive healthcare.

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Current NHS posts

GP at the Cloisters Medical Practice (Lichfield) and The Dove Medical Practice, Birmingham

Personal profile

I enjoy spending any spare time I have with family and friends, and I enjoy virtually all sports when time allows including running, cycling and skiing. Yoga is my newest pastime. 

Contact information

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