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Dr Joe McGilligan
dr_j_mcgilligan.jpgSenior Partner. Qualified from Birmingham in 1990. Special interest in Minor Surgery including Vasectomy, Practice Based Commissioning and Medical Politics.
Dr Josie York
dr_j_york.jpgPartner. Qualified from Sheffield in 1998. Special interest include Sexual Health, Family Planning and Training.
Dr Pramit Patel
dr_patel_large.jpgPartner. Qualified from Guys Kings and St Thomas's in 2006. Special interest in Care of the Elderly, Cardiology, Minor Surgery, Vasectomy and Training.

Dr Patel is also the Chief Executive Officer for the East Surrey federation of practices, Alliance for Better Care Ltd.
Dr Rachelle Sanderson

Partner. Qualified from Cambridge / Imperial College 1993.
Special interests in Tropical Medicine, Family Planning and Sexual Health. 
GP Trainer and Appraiser.                                                          

Dr Amanda Springett

Partner. Qualified from Imperial College, London in 1999.  
Special interests include women's health and Family planning. 

Dr Amanda Springett

Dr David Aslett

dr-david-aslett.jpgFormer Senior Partner now covering for Dr Kidwai's maternity leave. Qualified from Charing Cross London in 1979. Special interest in Occupational Health, Diabetes, Acupuncture, Minor Surgery including Vasectomy and Training.

Dr Bethan Forgie
dr_b_forgie.jpgSalaried GP. Qualified UMDS 1995. Special interest in General Medicine and Rheumatology.
Dr Louise Bourne
dr_louise_bourne.jpgSalaried GP. Qualified Bristol 1999. Special interest in Children, Teens and Womens Health.
Dr Carolyn Brennand

Salaried GP. Qualified from Edinburgh 2006. Specialist interest in Family Planning and Women's health.

Dr Anna Mustill

Salaried GP. Qualified Sheffield University 1998. Special interests include womens health, 
paediatrics, emotional health and musculoskeletal problems.

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