Primary medical qualifications
Areas of expertise
Dr Hole qualified from the University of Nottingham in 2001. Most of her training was spent in the Severn Deanery. She joined the consultant team in Gloucestershire in 2012.
Dr Hole is a general paediatrician with an interest in respiratory paediatrics. She runs general paediatric clinics approximately twice a month. She is particularly interested in the care of acutely unwell children and high dependency care. She couples this with an interest in teaching and education and regularly teaches on the Advanced Paediatric Life Support Course and is the simulation tutor for paediatrics.
Dr Hole’s respiratory skills include looking after children with difficult asthma, chronic cough, cystic fibrosis and the respiratory needs of children with complex neurodisability. She interprets nocturnal oximetry studies and locally supervises the care of children using non-invasive ventilation. She enjoys a very constructive working relationship with the tertiary respiratory team in Bristol Children’s Hospital.
Children requiring an overnight stay in hospital will be admitted to Gloucestershire Royal Hospital.
Date of registration
General Paediatrics in Gloucester Royal Hospital: Monday morning once a month, Monday afternoon once a month.
Respiratory Paediatrics in Gloucester Royal Hospital: Tuesday morning twice a month
Cystic Fibrosis (children) in Gloucester Royal Hospital: Twice a month