Dr Davina Wilson graduated with a first class honours in medicine and surgery from Barts and The London in 2008. She was nominated for the prestigious University of London gold medical award, given to the top 20 medical students over 5 universities.
She went on to gain her membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2013.
She trained at Imperial College covering specialities from care of the elderly to psychiatry and women’s health.
Davina was actually born at St Mary’s hospital Paddington, where she spent the first 4 years as a junior doctor!
Dr Wilson has a diploma in sexual health and obstetrics and gynaecology. She works in a busy nhs practice, where she is qualified in fitting intrauterine devices . She also has an interest in the the care of women in the later life, having a good knowledge of HRT. Medicine runs in the family as Davina’s mother is a consultant Gynaecologist in London.
In addition to being a GP, Dr Davina Wilson has a high level of training in advanced aesthetic procedures and heads a clinic in St John’s Wood.
Prior to studying medicine Davina gained a degree in Politics and International relations at Birmingham university.
This developed her interest in travel and she has backpacked around 35 countries. During her travels she gained a greater understanding of different cultures and an ability to relate to people from different backgrounds.
In her 20’s Davina worked in Australia and New Zealand in the wine industry and has completed her wine diploma from the Wine and Spirits Education Trust.
She continues her love of travel and developing a palate for fine wines. She enjoys living in London having a good balance to her life with her friends and family around her.