Dr Walker studied at St Martin’s College, Lancaster, where she gained a BSc (Hons) in Medical Imaging Science. She then continued her studies at the University of Dundee where she qualified as a doctor in 2004 with an MBChB. She then gained an MRCP in 2008 and a Certificate of Completion of Training in Acute and Stroke Medicine in 2014.
Dr Walker is currently studying a Masters course in Medical Education at Edgehill University having completed a PGCE and diploma. She has previously worked at other hospitals in the North West Deanery and completed her senior clinical fellowship at Salford Royal.
In February 2014, Dr Walker came to work in the Acute Medicine and Stroke Departments at Bolton NHS Foundation Trust and is also the liaison lead for acute oncology. In March 2017 she commenced the role of Associate Foundation Programme Director within the faculty of medical education.
Dr Walker has special interests in stroke and medical education.
Various publications including unusual causes of Ischaemic stroke, management of dysphagia, development of simple clinical tools and quality of life in people with chronic illness.
Consultant, Acute Medicine
Dr Natalie Walker works in the following services: