I qualified from Leeds in 1997 and spent a few years as a surgical trainee in hospitals around West Yorkshire before undertaking training in General Practice. I have been a GP since 2005. Since moving back to my native North East, I have worked at various practices and was a GP partner in Derwentside for … Continued
Introduction I trained as GP in York and worked in New Zealand for several years before moving to County Durham in 2019 when I start at the practice. I offer a full range of GP services, with a special interest in lifestyle approaches to reversing type 2 diabetes.
Introduction I joined the practice as a part-time Locum in 2019. Being a Locum GP means I’m not permanently employed by the practice but am contracted to work a certain number of sessions. I consult with patients in person, and over the phone, and visit them at their homes to assess and treat their needs. … Continued
Introduction As a GP, I spend a lot of my time listening, problem-solving, and directing patients to appropriate management, self-management, and onward referral whilst being an advocate for them. I joined the practice in 2019, having worked in lots of other GP practices in the NHS and in New Zealand. I work part-time at West … Continued