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MBChB, DRCOG, DFSRH, MRCGP
I qualified at the University of Bristol in 1993 and have been a partner at Newcombes Surgery since 1999. I have special interests in womens’ health, family planning and sexual health. I have clinics every day except Wednesday. I am responsible for the training of F2 (Junior Doctors) within the practice.
BSL, MBBS, MRCP, DRCOG, DFFP, MRCGP
I have worked in Newcombes Surgery since 2009 and became a partner in April 2011. I trained at Guy's and Thomas, London and qualified in 1999. I moved to Exeter in 2000 and subsequently worked at the R D & E studying internal medicine until 2004 when I began training as a GP. My days at the practice are Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
The practice nurses are available by appointment. Their work includes all routine nursing procedures, such as blood tests, removal of stitches, dressings, ear syringe (check with your doctor), immunisations and health assessments. They are particularly involved with monitoring of long term conditions, e.g. asthma, diabetes and heart disease as well as illness prevention by offering cervical smears, dietary and travel advice.
Jean has undertaken recognised training to allow her to take routine blood tests, dressings and ECGs.
Assistant to the Practice Manager
Our midwives work with the doctors to care for mothers before and after delivery. They run ante-natal and post-natal clinics along with the doctors. They also run Parentcraft classes for expectant mothers and fathers, and can be involved with the delivery of the baby.
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