Dr Daniel Atkinson

GP Clinical Lead
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Dr Daniel Atkinson
GP Clinical Lead

Dr Daniel oversees all matters clinical at Treated. He supports the rest of our team to make sure everything we’re doing is safe and puts patients first. He also spends a lot of time consulting with patients first hand, so he can see how well things are working and what we can improve. 

Daniel qualified from medical school at the University of Southampton in 1999 and became a GP in 2004. He worked in general practice for over a decade and has specialised in sexual and reproductive health, and joined Treated in 2017.

Education

University of Southampton
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
1994 – 1999

Royal College of General Practitioners
2004 – present

Certificates
Specialities

Sexual Health

Reproductive Health

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Combined pill

Mercilon

Lower dose version of Marvelon. Good option if you get mild side effects on higher oestrogen pills.
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Stop smoking

Stop smoking treatments that can help you kick the habit forever, and reduce your risk of disease.
Anaphylaxis

Epipen

Adrenaline-filled injection pen that works fast to treat severe allergic reactions.
Condition

Morning after pill

Prevent unplanned pregnancy with emergency contraception. Highly effective Plan B treatments, delivered fast.
Condition

Hirsutism

Manage your condition from home with expert advice and subscription treatment.
Chlamydia

Doxycycline Capsules

First choice antibiotic treatment. Kills the infection and stops it from multiplying.

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