Dee is a Registered Nurse who trained in St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London. She went on to specialise in operating theatre nursing at Guy’s Hospital after which she worked nights in the theatre covering all emergencies and especially enjoyed being part of the renal transplant team.
Dee subsequently joined the Princess Mary’s Royal Air Force Nursing Service passing out as a commissioned officer from RAF College Cranwell as a Theatre Sister rising to Flight Lieutenant. Dee undertook tours in the UK and Germany including an exchange posting with the Army hospital in Hannover for two years. Dee retired from the RAF to be a civilian again working as practise nurse in Salisbury, Wiltshire.
After the arrival of her two boys and living in Brussels for a couple of years she set up home in Hindhead, Surrey. Dee returned to nursing working in the operating theatres at King Edward VII Hospital and was part of the Bariatric Surgery Team; she also worked in the Mount Alvernia & Nuffield Hospitals in Guildford.
Dee joined the The Whiteley Clinic in 2007 and currently her position is Clinical Quality Nurse.