Category Archives: Clinical Blogs

Healthier & Happier Teams – Part One

Supporting organisations and their staff through burnout as a result of Covid-19. As an individual in the working world of the previous year, you’re bound to have felt the stresses and strains that Covid-19 has brought. As a medical practice serving both individuals and organisations, we’re at the forefront of the struggles people are going […]

What is the menopause?

The menopause or ‘post reproductive phase’ of a women’s life refers to that time when a women’s periods stop and her ovaries lose their reproductive function. The average age for this is 51 in the U.K, but rarely it can happen before the age of 40. The menopause is caused by a change in hormone […]

We’re excited to have Dr. Ella Russel join The Whitehall Clinic Team!

At The Whitehall Clinic, we’re thrilled to announce that Dr. Ella Russell has joined our ever-growing team! Dr. Russell is a Private GP & Menopause Specialist. Training at The Universaity of Leeds, she has over 20 years’ experience in Practice, with excellent clinical knowledge in all medical areas. Dr. Russell’s main clinical interests are within […]

The Importance of Health Screening

Many of us don’t go to hospitals or visit doctors unless we are unwell; but with heart disease as the leading cause of death in adults under 70 years, a proactive approach to heart healthcare is needed.  “Screening” refers to testing and diagnosing disease before any obvious symptoms or signs of the disease at present. […]

Welcoming Consultant Cardiologist, Dr. Haqeel Jamil!

The Whitehall Clinic is pleased to announce that Dr. Haqeel Jamil has joined our (ever) growing team of leading Consultants. Dr. Jamil is the clinical lead for our Health Screening & Cardiology Services. Along with preventing and diagnosing heart disease he also provides on-going management and monitoring of patients with pre-existing heart conditions from our […]

Should businesses offer regular Covid-19 swab testing to their employees?

In the recent weeks as the lockdown has eased, we should not forget that we are still in the midst of a pandemic that has changed the way we live, work and interact forever. Above all Covid-19 has no cure (yet) and there is no vaccine. In the absence of population-wide restrictions, isolation of infected […]

Are we “Back to Normal” With the Coronavirus Pandemic?

We are a long way from being back to normal amid the coronavirus pandemic Since businesses are beginning to discuss re-opening, we want to support your safe return to work. The lockdown, closed workplaces and schools have also had huge societal and psychological implications on everyone. We understand that your business, employees and clients will […]

Managing Mental Wellbeing In Challenging Times

The “Sitting Down with Dr. Barker” Series on Mental Wellbeing. If you haven’t yet seen the video, please follow the link here. Coronavirus has left us all feeling affected in some way. We’ve never faced a pandemic quite like it, undoubtedly leaving many of us feeling anxious. Dr. Barker focusses on the effects of Covid-19 on […]