BBC Radio Star: Who Is Dr. Renee Hoenderkamp?
Dr. Renee Hoenderkamp has a multifaceted personality profile. She is momentarily absent from the Wikipedia website but has already achieved massive success in the medical industry.
Alongside Joanne Good, she has been a regular presenter for BBC Radio London as the resident General Practitioner. She has numerous authored articles for medical publications, including Clinical Medicine.
Education & Certification
According to her LinkedIn, Hoenderkamp graduated in the year 2003. She has a first-class grade with BSc in Health Study from the Open University. Eventually, she joined the Barts and The London Medical School to earn her Bachelor of Medicine degree.
Between 2012 to 2015, Hoenderkamp studied Adult Health and Reproductive Healthcare. After this, she joined the Royal College of General Practitioners for her MRCGP.
Jobs & Employment
Her first job placement was at the Royal London Hospital. She joined Chelsea & Westminster Hospital in 2014 for a brief tenure and then joined Abbey Medical Centre as a GP Registrar.
Despite all her new experiences, she was always a loyal employee with Express Newspapers plc, where she worked for more than twenty years. At present, Hoenderkam serves as the GP at Roodlane Medical. She is also the surgeon at The Non-Surgical Clinic and has found herself as a self-employed Portfolio GP for the last six years.
In 2012, Renee Hoenderkamp used her discussion of nonsurgical cosmetic items to create a prototype for a Channel 4 makeover show. When she appeared on the Mail Plus Daily Corona (COVID-19) podcast in April 2020, she talked about the Corona virus's undetected victims.