Meet Our Team
BSc. Nursing, BSc. Midwifery, Independent Nurse Prescriber
Lexie began her career as a Nurse and completed her training in North London at the Royal Free Hospital, qualifying with a BSc in Nursing in 2001. She worked in Accident & Emergency and completed the additional Emergency Care qualification. Lexie also trained and qualified as a Midwife with a BSc in Midwifery. Lexie worked as a Nurse and Midwife in London in both the NHS and private sector at the Royal Free, Chelsea and Westminster, Charing Cross and St Mary’s Hospitals.
In 2009, Lexie moved to the private sector, where she worked for an investment bank and coordinated their on-site healthcare and health initiatives. In 2011, she completed the Independent Nurse Prescribing qualification at King’s College London. After living in New York and returning to the UK Lexie then worked as a Senior Sister in the Queen Elizabeth Queen Mother (QEQM) Emergency Department before moving to HCA International where she was embedded in their corporate sites across The City and Central London.
Lexie is passionate about women’s health, female empowerment and advocacy and in recent years this has led her to specialise and focused on menopause care. Lexie has undertaken extensive British Menopause Society training courses, international menopause training, ongoing professional development and is a Newson Menopause Society Associate.
Lexie has extensive knowledge of the NHS and the private sector which helps her navigate her patients to appropriate care. She firmly believes her job as a nurse is to provide the highest levels of individualised care and to advocate for her patients through every step of their journey.
BSc. Nursing. Independent Nurse Prescriber
Beth is an Independent Nurse Prescriber with a special interest in the menopause and hormone health. She has specialised in women’s health in primary care for 16 years.
Beth joined Minter et Al in 2023 and brings expert clinical knowledge and judgement when delivering individualised treatment programmes for her patients.
In addition to providing care focused on the proactive management of perimenopause and the menopause, Beth supports women with their hormonal contraceptive choices and is an accredited progesterone contraceptive fitter and remover. She is also a current women’s health lead within an NHS practice.
Beth has a personal appreciation of how changing hormone levels can impact both physical and mental health after going through her own perimenopause journey. Her call to action was triggered when she noticed that there was a clear lack of clinical awareness and personalised support for women experiencing menopausal symptoms.
Beth believes in empowering women with knowledge and understanding, so they can make informed choices based on the latest research and treatment standards. She is committed to creating shared care agreements with her patients and is focused on putting the patient at the centre of their individual care programme.
Beth is a Registered Nurse and a member of the British Menopause Society and the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health. She is also a member of the Nursing Midwifery Council and the Royal College of Nursing.