Peppy is set up to give people the best support with all-important, real-time interaction. Our practitioners are all highly-qualified with extensive clinical experience and all the training and qualifications required to work in the NHS. And on top of all of that they're friendly, approachable, and available with no appointment necessary.
Kathy AbernethyDirector of Menopause
Immediate past Chair of the British Menopause Society, with thirty years’ clinical experience.
Francesca SteynDirector of Fertility
Current Chair of the Royal College of Nursing Fertility Nurses Forum, with over 15 years of experience as a fertility nurse specialist.
Rebekah CalladineDirector of Baby
Senior Midwifery Advisor to the NHS with over 18 years of midwifery experience.
Linda GillhamHealthy Minds Lead
An NCS accredited counsellor with 15 years of experience in mental health and works with both adults and young people.
As a registered BMS Menopause Specialist with a Masters in Community Gynaecology and Reproductive Healthcare, Kathy leads an award-winning NHS London menopause service. At Peppy, Kathy leads a team of menopause practitioners and is responsible for delivering menopause programmes, hosting events and connecting users to personalised, expert-led menopause support.
Peppy Menopause Practitioners are all:
Our practitioners are also expected to maintain their menopause expertise by attending regular educational updates.
Francesca is current Chair of the Royal College of Nursing Fertility Nurses Forum and has over 15 years of experience as a fertility nurse specialist in the NHS and private fertility sectors. She was awarded Surrogacy Professional of the Year in 2018 and 2019 and has co-authored publications including the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Education and Career Progression Framework for Fertility Nursing and DHSC guidance for the care of surrogate births.
Peppy Fertility Practitioners are all:
Our practitioners are also expected to maintain their fertility expertise by attending regular educational updates.
Rebekah is currently the Senior Midwifery Advisor to the NHS and a former Head of Midwifery at an NHS trust. She has over 18 years of midwifery experience working within the NHS and privately.
Peppy Baby Practitioners are all:
Our practitioners are also expected to maintain their expertise by attending regular educational updates.
What are the benefits? Working with Peppy offers you an opportunity to reach real people in real life – people who may not easily access a healthcare professional and who you can immediately help and support at a time that matters.
We offer full and part-time shifts across Monday to Friday, 9am to 9pm.
Yes. For example, if you want to work part time for Peppy and part time in the NHS, we can make that work.
We pay a competitive rate that is comparable with, or higher than, NHS Agenda for Change rates, based on clinical experience and qualifications.
We look for extensive clinical experience and recent evidence of qualifications relevant to the subject of, for example, Menopause or Fertility.
Kathy Abernethy, Director of Menopause at Peppy