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Dr Sarah Glynne: General Practitioner

At the practice

Dr Sarah Glynne is a General Practitioner, and a member of the Newson Health Menopause Society. She is trained to consult in all aspects of menopause care. She provides video consultations on Wednesdays, and face-to-face or video consultations on Thursdays, at The Portland Hospital - 212 Great Portland Street 10:00 – 15:00. 


Dr Glynne graduated from Imperial College School of Medicine with Honours in 1999. She qualified as a member of the Royal College of Physicians in 2002, and the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2008. In 2016 she completed a Master of Science degree in allergy and immunology at Imperial College, passing her exams with distinction.

Dr Glynne is a GP with a special interest in the menopause. In addition to her clinical practice, she holds an academic position at Newson Health where she contributes to research and education. She is on both the Advisory Board and the Editorial Board of the Newson Health Menopause Society.   

In association with Newson Health, Dr Glynne is chair of a working party that aims to promote access to high quality, evidence-based menopause care for breast cancer survivors. She passionately believes that women struggling with menopause symptoms during and after breast cancer treatment should be supported to make informed choices about their menopause treatment options.

Dr Glynne is also interested in the link between Covid-19 and hormone imbalance. Hormonal perturbations are a major barrier to recovery in many female patients with long Covid, and hormone therapy (HRT) can significantly improve health and quality of life for many women. 


  • New patient breast cancer consultation (1 hour): £300

  • New patient Long COVID consultation (1 hour): £300

  • New patient menopause consultation (45 mins): £275

  • Follow-up consultations (30 mins): £225

Clinic times:

  • Wednesdays - Remote consultations via Zoom 

  • Thursdays - Face to face consultations as well as Zoom

Dr Glynne is not covered by insurance so all patients will be seen as self-pay.  Payment is required at the time of booking to secure the appointment.

Please note: Patients will require an invoice number,  email address and DOB to make a payment. 


Long Covid disproportionately affects women, and women aged 40-60 are at the highest risk. Learn more about its symptoms.

Long COVID, diet and female hormones

Read through this booklet co-authored by Dr Sarah Glynne and Emma Ellice-Flint to gain clarity on poor gut health and the microbiome; and to learn practical ways to improve your gut health, including a dietary strategy for patients with histamine intolerance

Understanding the long-term benefits of HRT

All-cause mortality

Coronary heart disease




Understanding the long-term risks of HRT

Breast cancer

Venous thrombosis (blood clots)


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