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Doctors

Dr Katharine Alsop

MBChB 1987, MRCGP, DRCOG, FPCert, Dip Geriatric Medicine

Katharine joined the practice in February 2001.

She was a GP registrar in Southmead. She then worked for eight years in the medicine for the elderly team in Bristol Hospitals. She has the occupational health diploma and is an approved GP trainer & contraception trainer including fitting coils & implants. Outside the surgery she goes running to counteract the effects of sitting on a chair all day at work, tries to keep her allotment under control & is learning to play the cello.  Between times she is chief swarm catcher for her husband’s bees when they escape!

Dr Chris Ree

MA MBChB Oxford 1981 DCH DRCOG DGM MRCGP

Chris started at Brooklea in 1988. His medical interests are general medicine, care of the elderly, and paediatrics. His other side involves running and walking in the mountains.

Dr Brian Hanratty

MBBCLBAD(Dub) MICGP DCH

Brian moved to Brooklea from Dublin in 1999.He has a wide range of general practice interests and is a board member of the south Bristol commissioning consortium. He enjoys teaching and is a GP trainer. His family and sport fill his outside interests.

 

 

Dr Peter Harbord

MBChB FPCert

Peter was in partnership at Brooklea with Dr Stephanie French who retired at the end of 1999. Following this he joined with the Woodside and then Nightingale Valley practice .

He has a special interest in joint injection.

Dr Jeff Clark

BM, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFSRH

Jeff is a Southampton graduate and worked in Whitchurch Health Centre before joining Woodside in 1997 to develop his interest in training and is an approved GP trainer. He is a member of the "South Bristol GP Trainers Workshop" He enjoys computers but still prefers people!

Dr Caroline Perkins

BSc, MBBCh, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFSRH

Caroline qualified in Cardiff in 2005 and joined the practice in November 2010 after completing GP training in Bristol. She has a broad range of general medical interests including ENT, dermatology and is involved in women’s health now fitting both coils and implants here. She also enjoys being involved in medical student teaching within the practice. 

Dr Louise Younie

MBChB 1997 DRCOG DCH MRCGP DFFP.

Louise joined the practice in September 2002. 

 

Dr Terri Rotchell

Terri went to Medical School in London then moved to Bristol to complete her training.  She was a registrar at Nightingale Valley in 2011 and except for having a sabbatical, and then having a baby, has been here ever since.  She enjoys all aspects of general practice especially paediatrics.  In her spare time she enjoys travelling, reading novels and taking long walks in the countryside.   

Dr Julie Dando

BSG, PhD, MBChB, MRCGP, DCH, DFSRH

Julie trained at trained at Warwick Medical School.  She started at Brooklea as a trainee GP and is now working as a qualified GP.  Her medical interests include paediatrics, emergency medicine and medical education.  Her outside interests include family life, gymnastics and voluntary work with church.

Dr Anne Whitehouse (f)

Anne qualified in Bristol in 2004, and completed GP training in Bristol in 2011. She has an interest in the breadth of General Practice, and particularly in Women's Health, Sexual Health and Contraception. She fits coils and implants. She has a strong interest in medical education and, in another role, she works on the GP training scheme in Bath. Outside of work, she is kept busy by her dog, swims, and is interested in art and reading.

Dr Faye Harrison (f)

Faye trained at Warwick Medical School. She joined the practice in 2013 after completing her GP training in Bath. She enjoy the variety of general practice and is particularly interested in dermatology and women’s health. Outside of work her taken is taken up mainly with her young family but when she has the chance she enjoys paying netball, being outdoor and listening to live music.

 
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