Doctors

A general practitioner (GP) is a medical doctor who treats acute and chronic illnesses and provides preventive care and health education to patients. GPs deal with a whole range of health problems.

  • Andy DouglassDr Andy Douglass

    MBBS

    Partner

  • Sarah RushtonDr Sarah Rushton

    MBBS, BSc, MRCGP

    Partner

  • Dr Kelly Markham

    MB BChir, DRCOG, MRCGP

    Salaried GP

  • Dr Emily Player

    Salaried GP

  • Dr Smita Sharma

    GP in training

Registrars and F2s

A GP registrar or GP trainee is a qualified doctor who is training to become a GP through a period of working in a practice. They will usually have spent at least two years working in a hospital before you see them in a practice and are closely supervised by a senior GP or trainer. Registrars are with the surgery for a maximum of one year.

An ‘F2’, or Foundation Year 2 Doctor, is a fully qualified medical practitioner who is completing the compulsory two year postgraduate programme between degree and choosing a speciality or commencing the GP training programme. They spend four months in general practice.