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FLU VACCINATIONS NOW AVAILABLE..... Please make an appointment at your earliest convenience. If you are over 65yrs old, pregnant or in one of the 'At Risk' groups we have purchased a vaccination for you. We order the vaccines one year in advance to ensure that we have enough for every patient that is entitled to one. Please get your vaccination with us to avoid your vaccination going to waste. Thank you for supporting your GP Practice.

CARE NAVIGATION - Our receptionists are here to help you get to the right service. Please don't be offended if they ask what the problem is when you call to make an appointment.

The receptionist might suggest other professionals that could help you such as: Opticians, Pharmacist, Nurse, Family Services or Support Groups. Thank you for your co-operation with this.

Doctors

Dr Colin R Cuthbert (m)

MA, PhD, MB ChB (Sheffield 1983), DRCOG, MRCP, MRCGP, Adv. Dip. GP Training

Dr Fiona J Hamilton (f)

MB BS (Newcastle 1986), MRCGP, DFSRH

Dr Robert G Carter (m)

BM ChB (Manchester 1985), FRCGP, D. Therapeut, D Pract Derm, MClinEd

Dr David A Robertson (m)

MB BS (Newcastle 1987), MRCGP, BMedSci, DCH, DRCOG

Dr Steven J Rowan (m)

BSc (Hons), MB ChB (Glasgow 1996), DRCOG, DFFP, D. Therapeut, MRCGP (2002)

Dr Julian Waller (m)

MB ChB (University of Birmingham 1998)

Dr Vicky Mason (f)

MB BS (Newcastle 2006), DRCOG, DFSRH, MRCGP

Dr Ursula Heidenreich (f)

State Exam Med (Aachen 1990)

Dr Lis Kenyon (f)

MB BS (University of London 1985)

Dr Katherine Rooke (f)

MB BS (Newcastle 2010), MRCGP

The practice trains doctors who wish to specialise in general practice and these doctors work as part of the practice team for between four and twelve months. Other doctors trained in general practice will also occasionally work in the practice e.g. locums to cover sickness. Medical students may also spend some time in the practice gaining experience.

 
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