Dr Louise Bevan

Dr Louise Bevan

Private GP

Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Louise Bevan at Spire include:

General practice

Professional profile

I graduated from the University of Nottingham Medical School in 2001. I then completed my training in General Practice in Nottingham after spending a year working in Brisbane Australia and doing some extended training posts in the UK in neonatal medicine, gynaecology and orthopaedics.

I have over nine years experience as a GP in primary care in the UK. I have also held the position of Children and Young People's Clinical Lead for Rushcliffe CCG from 2015-17.

I have a special interest in family planning and sexual and reproductive healthcare. I am experienced in the insertion and removal of intra-uterine devices (IUCD) in primary care.

I've been an undergraduate medical student tutor since 2012. In 2017 I became a registered Clinical Supervisor with Health Education East Midlands.

Additional information

Clinical interests

General practice
Gynaecology and/or obstetrics
Menstrual disorders
Orthopaedic medicine
Paediatric orthopaedics
Pregnancy (fetomaternal medicine)

Qualification and professional memberships

BMedSci / Nottingham / 1999
Bachelor of Medical Sciences

BM, BS / Nottingham / 2001
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery

DFSRH / London and Nottingham / 2008
Diploma of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare.

MRCGP / London / 2009
Royal College of General Practitioners

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Personal profile

I am a mother of two children. I enjoy family activities including outdoors, foreign travel and gastronomy.

Contact information

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