Dr Charlotte Hattersley
Charlotte is passionate about high quality care, and the great outdoors! She has joined the chambers in order to gain flexibility to enable her to pursue wider interests, both within the field of medicine and outside it.
Charlotte qualified from Nottingham University in 1998, and spent five years in the East Midlands in Paediatrics, before moving to Orkney to train in remote and rural medicine. She completed her general practice training with a year in the York area, and has since enjoyed the challenges of life and work as a locum, salaried GP, and part-time partner in East Yorkshire.
Special interests within medicine include IT, diabetes, productivity and innovation in general practice, and medicine in the remote environment - both general practice and in adventure sport. Alongside being a locum, she is the education director for the Cumbria Faculty of the Royal College of GPs, and teaches medical students at Lancaster University.
Charlotte is the development lead for the Chambers.