Dr Sinfield graduated from the University of Sheffield in 1999. She initially pursued a career in child health; she worked in paediatrics for 3 years and gained Membership of the Royal College of Child Health in 2003 before moving out to work in Malawi. From there she developed an interest in clinical education and cultivated this in the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine where she worked as a clinical lecturer. She gained the Diploma of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 2003 and a Masters in Clinical Education in 2009.
Dr Sinfield qualified as a GP in 2015 and is a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners. She works as a GP partner in a large teaching practice on the Wirral. She has an interest in women’s health and paediatrics and gained a Diploma from the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare in 2013. She is the lead for supervising foundation doctors within practice.
She was appointed as a Clinical Community Teacher in 2018 and holds a fellowship of the Higher Education Academy.