Dr Lou Toms-Whittle

Dr Lou Toms-Whittle has worked in the NHS for over 13 years. After training at Bristol University, Lou worked as a junior doctor in Swindon before moving to Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital for GP training. Lou worked as a GP in South London and Kent and undertook medical student teaching at King’s College London medical school, before joining DMC in 2017.

During time at DMC, Lou has continued to strive towards improving patient care with a particular focus on working with communities, health and social care providers and the voluntary sector to achieve equity in healthcare. Lou is particularly proud of improving the DMC healthcare experience for the LGBTQ+ community and this is an ongoing project.

During their time at DMC Lou has continued their passion for improving patient care with a particular focus on working with communities, health and social care providers and the voluntary sector to strive to achieve equity in healthcare. Lou is particularly proud of the work they have been doing to improve the DMC healthcare experience for the LGBTQ+ community, this is an ongoing project.

``Achieving excellent primary care services that provide equitable healthcare to all``

– What matters to Lou