Dr Lucy Wilford | 2012 – 2014

After spending her formative years on the south coast, Lucy made the bold move “up north” to South London in order to start her psychiatry training at the Maudsley. She spent a year acclimatising at King’s College where she completed a Master’s in Medicine in Literature, a pastime which allowed her to split her time between her two favourite places; the library and her sofa. Having begun her training she particularly enjoyed the Bethlem Royal Hospital, the grounds of which are also home to the oldest badger set in England (apparently).

When not at work, Lucy spends most of her spare time talking about the Moomins, singing, and wishing she was at the seaside. She thinks that psychiatry is the bee’s knees, and can’t wait to spend every Tuesday evening enthusing about its fabulousness.