Nadine Carroll graduated from Liverpool University Medical School in 1981. After house officer posts in Liverpool, Leicester and London she took up a research post at the Brompton Hospital in London leading to an MD awarded in 1988 on 'The use of protriptyline and/or nocturnal mechanical ventilatory support for respiratory failure in patients with chronic bronchitis and emphysema'. She returned to Liverpool to the post of Englert lecturer in the Department of Medicine in 1989, and in 1991 became a senior registrar in General and Geriatric Medicine. She was appointed to a Consultant Geriatrician post in 1994.
Nadine Carroll has been a Consultant Geriatrician since then working in the Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals. During this time she spent 7 years as Clinical Director developing Geriatric sub-specialties such as stroke and orthogeriatrics. She also has an interest in postgraduate education and has also spent 4 years as training programme director for Geriatric Medicine in Mersey, and is currently the training programme director for Core Medical Training in Mersey. Her clinical interests are wide ranging but in particular she developed and leads the Trust falls service.