Dr Eleanor Coote completed an undergraduate degree in Biomedical Science at the University of Sussex, before completing her medical studies at Barts and the London medical school.
Dr Coote completed psychiatry core training at South London and the Maudsley, working in general adult, older adult and learning disability psychiatry across inpatient and community settings. She has most recently been working as a specialty doctor in Liaison psychiatry at a busy London teaching hospital, and has a keen interest in the interplay between physical and mental health conditions. She is a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and is approved under Section 12(2) of the Mental Health Act.
Prior to psychiatry training, Eleanor worked as a Population Health Fellow, exploring the experience of access to health services by people experiencing homelessness. She is a course facilitator with the organization VITA, providing training for healthcare professionals in safeguarding victims of human trafficking and exploitation.
Outside of work Eleanor enjoys cold water swimming, yoga and campervan trips.