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Doctors

Dr Anil K Bose (m)

MBchB (Leicester)1984, FRCGP 2005, MMedSCI 2008.

Special interests: Primary Care Diabetes and Postgraduate Medical Education

Dr Fiona Lemmens (f)
MBchB, DRCOG, MRCGP 1997
Dr Lemmens has a special interest is Family Planning within the Practice. She has special responsibilities for building and logistical projects. Fiona is also one of the Practice's vocational trainers.
Dr Kevin Costigan (m)
MBchB 1993, DRCOG 1998
Dr Costigan has special interests in protocols for people with drug addiction and acupuncture and has joint responsibility for our diabetic patients with Dr Bose. He takes the lead in our strategy for teaching medical students and co-ordinates the Practice in Significant Event Analysis (SEA). He also has responsibilities for the Practice's general finances.
Dr Mark Wigglesworth (m)

MB.BS (Newcastle)1993, Dip IMC, DRCOG 1996, MRCGP 1998, MSc (Sport & Medicine) 2000

Special interests: Musculoskeletal Medicine, Dermatology, Minor Surgery and Education. 

Dr Bryony Kendall (f)

MBchB (Liverpool) 2000, MRCGP 2004, BSc (hons 1997), DCH 2002, DFFP 2003, DRCOG 2003

Special interests: Women's Health

Dr Jane Roberts (f)

BMedSci, MBChB, Dip MedEd, MSc, PhD 2012 , FRCGP 2012

Special interests:  Mental health , children and young people's mental health and emotional well-being

Professor Chris Dowrick (m)

MBchB (Manchester) 1987, BA, MSc, CQSW, MD 1996, FRCGP, FFPHM

Special interest: Mental Health and Research

Dr Cathy Hubbert (f)

MBchB (Liverpool)1978, DRCOG 1982, MRCGP 1983, MSc Palliative Medicine 2003. 

Special interests: Supportive Care and Local Cancer Care

Dr Helen Spencer (f)
Dr Anastasia Kazaltzi
 
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