Dr Stephanie Klein

Dr Stephanie Klein

Gender: Female
Primary qualifications: Staatsexamen Berlin 1989 MRCGP 2003

I was born in Homburg/Saar, Germany and studied Medicine at the FU Berlin (Freie Universitaet Berlin) where I qualified in 1989. I moved to the UK in 1990 and worked in Surgery and Medicine at the Medway Hospitals (Gillingham and Rochester).

As I always had a keen interest in Complimentary Medicine, I then studied Homoeopathy at the Faculty of Homeopathy in London where I took the MFHOM (membership exam) in 1993.  I then worked 2 years at the Royal London Homoeopathic Hospital being able to use homoeopathy, basic Acupuncture and various other methods.  I joined the St. Thomas’s Hospital General Practice training scheme in London and qualified in 1996.

After working in various practices in South London I became a part-time partner at the Corner Surgery in 1998.

I have so far focused on Mental Health, Respiratory and Cardiovascular Medicine and Woman’s Health. Over most recent years I have become more interested in Environmental Medicine especially the impact of Architecture and building materials on health and Gender Medicine.