I studied medicine at Guy's, King's and St Thomas' in London and qualified in 2004. Since then I have trained in hospital medicine before changing to GP training in 2007. I carried out my GP training in Brighton. I enjoy all aspects of general practice, however, have a special interest in palliative care. I enjoy living in our beautiful area and have a young family who keep me very busy.
I am leaving this review because Dr Reynolds is no longer my G.P., so she does not know about the results of the ensuing investigations. She instigated an investigation when I presented with mild and intermittent abdominal pain. After a series of scans it transpired that I had a rare condition called a pheochromotoma ,which the local hospital say was very good to have discovered it, and it has subsequently been removed. I would just like to thank her for acting on my slight symptoms
I saw Dr Reynolds as my own doctor was on annual leave. She was efficient, friendly and asked the right questions to get to the issue. She also suggested that she took my blood pressure as my records showed that I had not had this checked by a doctor ever. I felt that she really wanted to resolve the issue as clearly laid out the treatment required. An excellent GP. Back to the old way of being a doctor and how it should be.
Really approachable doctor and a good listener, understanding and efficient. She has a good secretary too! I needed a copy of a medical document in a hurry to show to a government agency and I received the correct documentation quickly and in good time - so different to previous experiences I have had elsewhere!