Dr Charlotte Routh
Acute Care and Lead for Ambulatory Care
Charlotte has been a consultant with Northumbria since April 2012 having completed her higher acute medicine speciality training at the Northern Deanery earlier that year.
Charlotte contributes to improvements within her area by taking a lead on education and quality assurance with her representation on the Specialist Training Committee for acute medicine at the Northern Deanery and being an advisor to the Society of Acute Medicine on remote medicine as one of her special interests.
For the last five years, Charlotte has been carrying out voluntary work with the Sudanese UK Medical Council and as part of this has ran courses for registrars in Khartoum. On her most recent trip Charlotte spent time reviewing and advising on the newly set up critical care unit at the military hospital in Khartoum.
Charlotte studied medicine at Leicester University, qualifying in 1999. She covered a range of medical specialities when training as junior doctor in both the UK and New Zealand. She gained membership to the Royal College of Physicians in 2005.
During her training Charlotte took time out to gain experience in New Zealand of working as medical officer on ski field. She also spent two years working for the British Antarctic Survey Medical Unit in South Georgia.