Dr Tina Peers graduated in Medicine at Guy’s Hospital Medical School, London University in 1983. She worked at Guy’s Hospital for 1 year then completed a 3 year GP Vocational Training Scheme at Cuckfield Hospital in West Sussex working part-time in General Practice for 7 years whilst she had her 3 children.
In 1992 Dr Peers ran the Contraceptive Services for women at East Surrey Hospital, becoming a Consultant in Contraception and Sexual Health in 1996. In 2005 she became the lead clinician for the entirety of the Contraceptive Services in Surrey until 2018.
In 2004 Dr Peers also started to train in Cosmetic Aesthetics. She believes that Cosmetics Aesthetics is where art meets science. It is essential to have a 'good eye' and be skilled in various techniques in order to achieve natural and pleasing results.
Dr Peers is very involved in the teaching, training and lecturing of doctors, nurses, pharmacists and other healthcare professionals. She is a key opinion leader in the field of women's health and is on national and global advisory boards for various pharmaceutical companies. She also features in teaching and training videos on the internet and is frequently published in medical and national press.
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