Dr. Heidi Fahy
MBBS DRCOG DFFP MRCGP PGCERT ED
Dr. Fahy qualified in medicine at Middlesex Hospital/UCL Medical School in London in 1986 with Merit in Medicine, and moved into Family Medicine in 1987.
Dr. Fahy completed her Diploma in Family Planning, Obstetrics and Gynaecology in 1988, with re-certification in 2011, and completed her General Practitioner Training in 1990. She acquired Membership of the Royal College of General Practice with distinction in 1992.
Dr. Fahy combined her clinical work with an educational role, qualifying as a GP teacher/trainer in 2001, and obtained a Post-Graduate Certificate in Education and Leadership from Kent University in 2015. She has also held the posts of GP Tutor and GP Specialty Training Supervisor at Kent, Surrey and Sussex Deanery since 2006.
In the latter years she became involved in commissioning healthcare and was a Governing Body Executive and Chair at ESCCG, until joining Cayman Clinic in 2018.
As part of her educational role, for many years Dr. Fahy was a senior medical appraiser for recertification and revalidation of GPs in the Surrey area of the U.K. In her role as an educator she set up educational websites and ran district wide education for doctors, endeavouring to encourage learning from each other through sharing their experiences, as well as case-based discussions. Her mantra has always been about being patient centred and joint decision-making.
Dr. Fahy is a generalist and will happily attend to any issues she is presented with. She has special interest in women and children’s health, family planning, and fitting of IUD and sub-dermal contraceptive devices. She has many years of experience in minor surgery, and is passionate about recognising mental health wellness as an important partner in overall physical wellbeing.
She describes herself as an “advocate of holistic practice, offering continuing, and comprehensive whole-person centred healthcare to individuals and their families.”
In her spare time, she is a regular fund raiser for a variety of charities, including more recent challenge of training for and running half-marathons.