She studied at the Autonoma University of Madrid and qualified in 1998.
She completed her GP training in Toledo University Hospital, Spain in 2002.
Continued working as a GP since then in Madrid and Toledo until she finished her PhD Paediatric courses in 2004.
She came to England in 2005, after an invitation from the British Council during a GP recruitment campaign. She worked in Basildon and Thurrock as a GP until 2013, when she went back to her home town Cadiz to follow 8 months of Rheumatology training.
She returned to England 2015 after having her 2 children and chose Norwich to follow her partner who is currently studying at the UEA and joined Norwich Practice Health Centre in January 2015.
She enjoys her family at the moment more than anything. Before them, it was mountaineering, trekking and sports.
Dr Pippa Harrold
Dr Harrold was born in Norfolk. She studied at Oxford University and then went onto complete her clinical training at Cambridge University.
She worked as a medical house officer job in the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital. She then went onto train in general medicine in the South West, but after obtaining her postgraduate qualification MRCP, she opted to leave hospital medicine and trained as GP in Saltash, Cornwall.
Her first GP job was in Jersey where she lived for 7 years.
She returned to the UK in 2005 and worked as a GP in Melksham and then London before returning to Norfolk in 2007
She now lives in Loddon and has been a GP in Beccles and Long Stratton before joining Norwich Practices Health Centre in February 2017.
She is a keen swimmer and successfully swam the English Channel in 2002. She also enjoys yoga and is looking forward to holidays with her husband in their newly converted campervan.
A native of Norfolk, Dr Hill completed her medical training at University College London in 1996 before moving back to Norfolk to complete GP training.
After a period of working in psychiatry in Australia and Kings Lynn, she began working as a GP, first in Kings Lynn and then in Acle and Beccles before moving full time to NPHC in September 2017.
She has two teenage daughters and two snakes; she prefers the snakes.
Outside of work she enjoys travelling.