Alicia Munroe (born 19 September) is a Specialist Registrar who currently works in the emergency department of Holby City Hospital. She initially joined the department in September 2015 and was due to work there for a 4-month rotation as a part of her foundation training. However, she departed in mid-November after less than two months due to Lily Chao's bullying. In July 2016, Alicia returns after traveling to "Cambodia, Vietnam; Thailand."Her immediate line manager is Clinical Lead, Mrs. Connie Beauchamp.
Bouncy, idealistic and naïve, in some ways Alicia is your typical junior doctor. But atypically she’s also super talented. Effortlessly brilliant and passionate about her chosen subject – medicine. Although she doesn’t initially come across as a confident medical professional, once she starts to work her brilliance shines through. Alicia is both clinically fantastic and great with people. Alicia is ALWAYS in a good mood and you might even catch her breaking out the odd dance move in resus whilst they wait for the patient to be brought in. She’s upbeat and a joy to have in the department, for those who don’t find her relentlessly cheerful, over eager, constantly babbling nature extremely irritating that is.
She’s a party girl, she works hard but plays harder, she’s a fun loving, free spirited flirt with a love ‘em and leave ‘em attitude but secretly fears ending up alone. Alicia has always been really close to her family and a real daddy’s girl, one of the reasons why she stayed in Newcastle to study. Her family have since moved to Holby. Alicia’s working in medicine because she desperately wants to make a difference, she finds the ED thrilling. She’s completely caring and will always go the extra mile to give her patients the treatment they deserve.
In 2018, she decided to become a Specialist Registrar in Paediatric Emergency Medicine after having treated a girl who was due to go in for a kidney transplant, however the patient was involved in a RTC on the way for her operation. Despite persuading the MRI staff to do an urgent MRI scan, she managed to get the patient in for her operation on time, after her shift she went to see Connie Beauchamp, and told her that she wanted to become a Specialist Registrar in Paediactric Emergency Medicine.
Her favourite karaoke song is “Hit Me Baby One More Time”.
Alicia took a break from her F2 rotation and travelled to Cambodia, Vietnam and Thailand.
Alicia went to medical school in Newcastle and stayed at home.