‘Using DigitalHealth to improve Body Literacy – Helping to empower people to better understand how their body works’ Dr Belinda Coker
Welcome to another episode of The Mic Drop Club, where I have the pleasure to sit down and discuss with high performers and people of influence across a variety of industries, Technology, Health, Sports, Art, Music and Personal Motivation to list but a few.
This episode, I have the honour to welcome, Dr Belinda Coker who is an experienced General Practitioner and Chief Medical Officer with extensive experience in virtual healthcare, clinical governance, service design, patient experience and healthcare management.
She has over 15 years of experience in the healthcare sector, qualifying from Imperial College School of Medicine in 2002. Her training initially began in Obstetrics & Gynaecology and Sexual Health at Chelsea & Westminster hospital. She then spent time working in Sexual Health in Charing Cross Hospital then Family Planning Services in Lewisham during her GP training. She qualified as a GP in 2009.
In 2013, she completed an Executive MBA in Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Design achieving a Merit and was awarded the IBM prize for Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Design. She became the Executive Medical Director of an urgent care healthcare provider in South London.
Belinda has provided her deep industry knowledge and clinical strategy expertise to leaders in the healthcare industry as a Health Consultant since 2012. Over the last five years, she has worked with numerous digital health companies. Belinda is currently on the Clinical Advisory Board of Daye, a Board Trustee for Ambient and on the Core Team of One Healthtech. She is passionate about using technology, design and innovation to support and enable staff and patients to have the best possible experience in healthcare.
Belinda is the founder of Your Trusted Squad a curated resource of the best clinically approved content, health apps, wearables, devices and online healthcare services to empower women to look after their health and wellbeing.