Beccy studied at King’s College London, graduating in 2010 with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy. Beccy started her career as a rotational Junior Physiotherapist at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital before specialising and taking on a senior role with the Respiratory Team, working across critical care, acute respiratory wards, outpatient respiratory clinics and pulmonary rehabilitation.
Beccy moved on to develop her career in a community setting with Hounslow & Richmond Community Healthcare Trust (HRCH), working in a split role across both the Respiratory Care Team and Cardiac Rehabilitation Team. In 2018, Beccy developed and launched the Richmond Heart Failure Rehabilitation Service, which allows for the assessment, treatment, and ongoing management of those with a diagnosis of heart failure.
In 2017, Beccy was seconded to Brunel University as Project Lead for the Health Education England (NW London) Placement Development Project, which successfully achieved an increase in placements across the Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy programmes. During her time with the university, she was able to experience teaching at university level, which confirmed her passion for working within further education and lead to her pursuing a role as a Lecturer at St Mary’s University, which she started in 2020.
Beccy currently holds a split role between St Mary’s University and The Royal Brompton Hospital, where she works a Highly Specialist Physiotherapist within the Cardiothoracic and Adult Critical Care Team.