Geraldine joined Mr Shehata and his team as a Healthcare Assistant in October 2017. Although she is new to the clinic she has worked in fertility and early miscarriage for a number of years.
Her experience includes two years within Antenatal clinic, including the early pregnancy unit at Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals. During this time she trained to become the key worker for breast feeding management as well as becoming competent in taking blood and inserting cannulation for the administration of intravenous fluids. Her passion for working in fertility and miscarriage stemmed from over six years of working at an IVF unit. She had a pivotal role in supporting women and families through the process of IVF and trained as the infection control lead.
She loves working with and helping patients on their journey to become parents. In her personal life she is a mother to three boys and grandmother to three gorgeous boys and four beautiful girls, and understands the need and want to becoming a parent. She feels very privileged to have worked with some amazing colleagues and very much looks forward to a long career with Mr Shehata at the Centre for Immunology and Pregnancy.