Amy qualified as a medical doctor in Edinburgh UK in 2003. Her postgraduate hospital training posts were in Scotland and northern England. Following studies for the Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene she continued her training at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Blantyre, Malawi. She passed the Membership of the Royal College of Physicians in 2008 whilst completing her hospital posts and then moved on to train in General Practice in the north of Scotland and Edinburgh. During this time she had the experience of working both in remote and rural settings and inner city practices.
She was awarded Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2010. Before moving with her family to Luxembourg, Amy worked as a general practitioner at St Triduana’s Medical Practice, a busy family practice in Edinburgh. She enjoys the diversity of general practice and the opportunities for personal and holistic care of individuals and families.
Amy has two young children. She loves music, walking and exploring Luxembourg and the region with her family.
Séverine studied in Nancy and received her degree in medicine with commendation in October 2003, having undertaken a research project in the accident and emergency department of Centre Hospitalier de Luxembourg (CHL). She then became a doctor within that department for several years following her degree. On leaving the CHL, she joined the Medical Service of the European Parliament in Luxembourg as a Medical Advisor. Whilst working there she completed a 2 year course studying aesthetic medicine in Paris. This is an area she finds very interesting and plans to pursue, alongside her career as a General Practitioner.
Having qualified as a doctor from the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, in 1994, Susie gained her hospital experience in various parts of the UK from Inverness to Salisbury. She spent 6 months in Central America as a medic for a Raleigh International Expedition, and 10 months in Kenya, working for Voluntary Service Overseas. She finally settled in South West London and worked for 9 years at Brocklebank Group Practice in Wandsworth, the last 6 of those as a partner.
As a young female GP in London, she saw a lot of women and young families, so developed a particular interest in paediatrics and gynaecology. However, she loves the variety of general practice, and was also heavily involved in teaching (becoming an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George’s medical school), was a BBC diary doctor, advised Wandsworth Prison on prescribing and IT issues, and worked as a GP appraiser for Wandsworth Primary Care Trust.
Susie is married with 4 children (oldest born in 2004), is a keen musician and loves mountains!
Anne obtained her diploma as a general practitioner at the Faculty of Grenoble (France). Her pre-doctoral commitments lead her to Mali and Vietnam. She obtained a Masters in International Humanitarian Aid (Faculty of Aix-Marseille) in 2004.
After her internship, she worked for 3 years in Haute Savoie (France) as a substitute in general medicine. After obtaining her doctorate (with honors) in 2009, she practiced until 2016 as a general practitioner in Milan (Italy), being the referent for the French speaking community, and as a school doctor (Lycée Français in Milan).
She is well acquainted with the difficulties and challenges that come with the expatriate lifestyle and with the family upheavals due to repeated relocations. She likes the variety offered by general medicine, the follow-up of families and their children.
Qualifying as a medical doctor from Sheffield University in 1988, Debbie’s post-graduate hospital experience was gained in the United Kingdom and in New Zealand. Specialising in General Practice, she gained further experience whilst working in the Royal Air Force in Germany, the UK, Ascension Island and Cyprus, looking after service personnel and their families. On leaving the RAF in 1998, she continued to work as a GP in England, Belgium, Australia and has been living and working in Luxembourg since 2011. She is well acquainted with the upheaval of repetitive family moves as well as the individual, family, cultural and linguistic challenges that come with the expatriate lifestyle. She brings this understanding into her work approach.
During her diverse working career, Debbie has accumulated medical expertise in family medicine, preventative and occupational health medicine, aviation and diving medicine.
She is married with twin teenage daughters.
We are an international medical centre located in Limpertsberg, Luxembourg City. At our medical centre, we aim to provide high quality primary health care for you and your family. With four doctors coming from varied geographical backgrounds, we hope to bring the best practice from our own countries and combine it with the high quality healthcare and liberal system that Luxembourg offers, resulting in an outstanding, and patient focused service.