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Dr Amy Dehn Lunn

NHS Kent and Medway
Senior Clinical Fellow 2023/24

Amy is a newly qualified GP working in North East London. She studied medicine at Sheffield, intercalated in Barcelona, and moved to London for post-graduate training. Amy took time out of GP training to spend a year volunteering for Calcutta Rescue in Kolkata, India. She later spent two years working on healthcare policy with the primary care team at NHS England and NHS Improvement as a clinical fellow, where her work focussed on the COVID-19 response and health inequalities. Alongside GP, Amy is supporting health equity research at Queen Mary University London.

Amy lives in London with her husband and two children. She enjoys cycling, walking, swimming, reading (largely fiction), theatre and gardening – albeit with mixed results so far.

Reason for applying for the scheme

Amy wants to combine her clinical practice with work on a wider footprint to improve the health of communities with a health equity focus. She is particularly interested in the social determinants of health, relationship-based care in general practice and how this can be supported, and how compassionate leadership can change cultures and improve care. Amy is keen to learn how the latest NHS restructure is playing out in practice. She is delighted to be working with the primary care team at Kent and Medway ICS as a senior clinical fellow. She hopes this year will give her the opportunity to gain an understanding of system working and to develop skills in policy implementation.

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