Please bear with us as we launch our new phone system on Wed 20th October2021. Our old system was not able to cope with the huge volumes of calls we are now receiving and the contract ending means we have been able to take on board many your comments and suggestions. Like with anything new, it will take our staff a bit of getting used to but we are hopeful you will quickly notice significant improvements.

trainingGP Training

We are a training practice and take Medical Students from the University of Southampton, Physician Associate Students from the University of Surrey, post graduate Doctors and GP Registrars.

GP Specialist Trainee Registrars (GPStR's) are fully qualified doctors who have spent a further two years in hospital training. They then spend one year with us to gain more experience in General Practice before qualifying as a GP.

Our current final year GP Registrars (GPST3) are:-

Dr Agnes Kempny

Dr Ester Blenke

Dr Shoaib Mohammad

Dr Jacqueline Ashworth (from Jan 2020)

Dr Urmila Paramarajah (maternity leave from Jan 2020)

Current FY2 trainee:

Dr Fiona Murray (Dec 19 - Apr 20)

Current Physicians Associate:-

Sailly Saleh


Dr Jamie Martin (Lead), Dr Arfan Ahmed, Dr Gareth Robinson, Dr Fiona Salkeld and Dr Jamie Buxton are our resident GP Trainers.

In order for the GP registrars to successfully complete their training they need to be assessed on their consulting skills. This is done by the appointed assessors viewing a video of the registrar’s consultations. You may be asked for your permission to have your consultation recorded in this way. If you agree, you will need to give your written permission and there is a consent form available at the desk, which you will be offered. If the doctor appears to be recording your consultation and you have not signed a consent form, then you should indicate this to him or her immediately. The recording will be used for educational purposes only. Further information about this process and the confidentiality of it, can be obtained from the reception staff.

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