Dr Hannah Grant
GP - NHS
Hannah currently works as a GP in Wimbledon having completed her medical degree as a graduate student.
Following A levels in Biology, Chemistry and Maths she initially studied Biological Sciences at Edinburgh University prior to pursuing a career in medicine.
Following a number of years working in hospital she decided to specialise in General Practice, enjoying the variety it provides and the relationship she can build with patients and their families. In her spare time Hannah plays lacrosse for Scotland, having been introduced to the sport when she was a pupil at Claremont Fan Court.
Astha is a Physician Associate soon to start her job at St Thomas’ Hospital London in the cardiology department. She graduated with distinction in her 2 year rigorous Masters programme at the University of Brunel. Prior to this, she worked as a intensive care nurse after achieving a 1st class degree in her undergraduate in Adult Nursing from the University of Surrey. As a Intensive care nurse, she worked with the sickest patients, during difficult times such as the COVID-19 pandemic. If you have any questions about a career in an exciting new role within the NHS or if you want to know information about a career as nurse, feel free to ask.
Medical student at Cambridge University
Scott is a medical student (graduate entry) at the University of Cambridge. He took his first degree in Chemistry and French at Imperial College London, during which he completed his masters studies at l’Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris. After this, Scott undertook the law conversion course, and trained as a solicitor at Norton Rose Fulbright, a global law firm. He practised as a commercial litigator, focusing on banking and insolvency litigation, and worked in both the London and Paris offices. He attended Claremont from 2005 – 2012, studying for both his GCSEs and A levels at the school.
Medicine degree applicant
Olly attended Claremont Fan Court School from Year 7 until end of sixth form which he finished in 2022. He studied Chemistry, Biology and Maths at A level. Olly is currently taking a gap year and applying for medicine for September 2023. Olly is happy to talk about his experience in the application process, such as how to prepare for the UCAT and selecting medical schools.
Dr Amar Bhogul
Amar is a foundation doctor currently working for the Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Trust in Guildford. Having graduated UCL with a 1st class BSc in Applied Medical Sciences, Amar pursued a career in research publishing in several high impact journals with numerous citations. Amar used this research expertise to lead several of Elsevier’s cancer reesereah journals as a Commissioning Editor, before joining the University of Birmingham to pursue a career in Medicine. Having won several awards during his time at Medical School and started his own company, he know works as a foundation doctor, with interests in anaesthesiology and critical care medicine. You can find out more about careers and apprenticeship opportunities within the NHS, with some in depth information on a career as a doctor.