Kate Kerr completed her medical training in 1998 at University College London where she also obtained a BSc in Psychology. She originally trained in General Practice and became a GP partner as well as being an Associate Specialist in Sexual Health for many years. She gained extra qualifications including the Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, the Diploma of Sexual and Reproductive Health and she has also completed extra training in Psychosexual Medicine.
She then joined CARE Fertility Bath (then known as Bath Fertility) in 2008 and has very much enjoyed working in both Reproductive Medicine and Assisted Conception. She went on to gain the Advanced Certificate of Specialist Menopause Care in order to enhance the local service for patients who have been diagnosed with Premature Ovarian Insufficiency or early menopause. This ensures we are not only addressing the patient’s fertility needs but also their ongoing hormonal needs.
She compliments her career at CARE Fertility Bath by working in the Oncology department at the Royal United Hospital, Bath, offering Specialist Menopause Care for cancer patients.
She has also developed wellbeing workshops and pathways for medical students based in Bath and Bristol. Due to her background and combination of skills she prides herself on being able to communicate well with people and ensures patients receive an individualised, holistic and empathic approach.