Integrative Medicine Doctor
Dr Thompson trained in Medicine at Oxford University and completed her clinical training at Guy’s Hospital in London. Qualifying in Palliative Medicine, she obtained Membership of the Royal College of Physicians in 1991 and a Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training (CCST) in September 2000. She took up an NHS Homeopathic Physician Consultant post in Bristol in September 2000.
In 2014 she set up the National Centre for Integrative Medicine (NCIM) and in 2019 left the NHS to lead NCIM in supporting a transformation of healthcare.
She is passionate about how bringing conventional, holistic and lifestyle approaches together could transform modern healthcare into a well-being and prevention model and create diversity and choice for patients and practitioners managing long-term conditions.
She is a Fellow and past Vice-President of the Faculty of Homeopathy and an experienced Medical Homeopath specialising in women’s health including menopause, and supporting the health and wellbeing of cancer patients. She is a Council Member of the College of Medicine, British Society of Integrative Oncology and Past President of the European Congress of Integrative Medicine and the Integrative and Personalised Medicine Conference, June 2022.