Dr Rachel Tunney


For as long as I can remember I wanted to become a doctor. I was lucky enough to train at Newcastle University Medical School and graduated in 2010 with Merit.

The first years after graduation were challenging but gave me an amazing foundation in clinical medicine. I worked across many medical and surgical specialities, as well as ITU which sparked my interest in becoming an anaesthetist and intensive care doctor.

My anaesthetic training was followed by rotations across four hospitals along the south coast and some gruelling exams. My love for procedures such as epidurals, and spinal and nerve blocks grew but I found the patient continuity lacking, and missed getting to know my patients.

Following the pandemic, with working life seemingly forever disrupted I took the brave step to leave the wonderful NHS and pursue my career in aesthetics. This medical speciality has allowed me to combine my love of all things skincare with procedures such as injectables and device-based treatments, but more importantly, I have the time to build relationships with my patients.

It is a true privilege to be able to help you feel more confident so that how you feel on the inside can match the outside.

Dr Ayrton Goddard

MBIOL (Hons) MBChB (Hons) PGDip (Dist) MAcadMEd FHEA

I graduated from medical school in 2012. I worked in Devon before moving abroad to Australia and then the Orkney Islands, before completing my GP training in Salisbury. I continue to work as an NHS GP in a clinical role.

I have 10 years of experience consulting with patients, decision making, and performing practical procedures including injecting many anatomical areas.

I pride myself on my ability to learn new skills, perform technical procedures with accuracy, and share decision-making with my patients. Outside work I enjoy a variety of sports, especially trail running. I look forward to meeting you in the clinic soon!

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