Dr. Claire Rawlinson

Following my graduation from Cardiff University, I worked in Kent before moving to Wimbledon. I have worked in Kingston Hospital, and completed my GP training in St George’s Hospital. I held a variety of hospital placements, including paediatrics, obstetrics and gynaecology, and the fast-paced A&E. I found these created plenty of opportunities for learning and consolidating medical training prior to work within a GP setting.

I enjoy regular clinical work in local NHS GP surgeries in Merton and Wandsworth. For me, working as part of a friendly and supportive team is essential, and I am very proud to be part of the team here where my colleagues do their best to care for and look after the patients and staff.

Outside work, I enjoy creative and musical activities, particularly if they can be shared with my young son. As a family we are deeply involved with charity work (HCPT), caring for disabled children and adults in Lourdes. Looking forward to the New Year, I hope to take up ballroom dance classes again, to rekindle a hobby from a number of years ago.


Monday Evening

Specialist Area:

GP Generalist.


Cardiff University, Wales, UK.



MBBCh (My qualification as a Doctor, as Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery)
DRCOG (Diploma of Royal College of Obstetrician’s and Gynaecologists) Following a job within the Obstetrics and Gynaecology team I cemented my experience by working towards this diploma – specialising in antenatal care, and women’s health.
DCH (Diploma of Child Health) I achieved this diploma following a 6 month job as a member of the Paediatric Team in St George’s Hospital, and a further 6 months in A&E, when I often worked within the Children’s A&E department.
FSRH (Diploma of Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health) Further experience and work in women’s health
MRCGP (Royal College of General Practitioners) Qualification as a GP, following specialised training within local hospitals and GP surgeries.