• Dr Sarah Annetts – Female

    Senior GP Partner MBchB DRCOG MRCGP Bsc Psychology (Bristol)
    Special interests – Mental health and womens health.
    Available for consultations: Tuesdays and Fridays.

  • Dr Chloe Dallimore – Female

    GP Partner BM BCh 2006 Oxford MRCGP 2011
    General medicine.
    Available for consultations: Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays

  • Dr Gemma Rowland – Female

    Salaried GP MBChB (Birmingham 2011), MRCGP, DCH, DRCOG
    Special Interests – children’s health and end of life care.
    Available for consultations: Wednesdays and Thursdays

  • Dr Poppy Hatfield – Female

    Salaried GP MBBCh (Wales 2000) MRCGP (2005) DFSRH (2006)
    Special Interests – womens health, paediatrics and ENT.
    Available for consultations: Wednesdays and Thursday

  • Dr Nicola Williams – Female

    Salaried GP MBBCh BM, MRCGP (2016)
    Available for consultations: Monday, Wednesdays and Thursday

  • Dr Sara Shah – Female

    Salaried GP
    Available for consultations: Monday and Thursday

An Explanation of our Doctor’s Qualifications

Medical Degree – MBBS, BM, MBChB, BMBCh

These are all equivalent medical degrees. All doctors study at university for 5 or 6 years to obtain a medical degree, the exact name of this depends on the university.

Additional Science degrees – BSc, MSc. These are university degrees awarded after 1-3 years of further study.

Postgraduate Qualifications – DRCOG, DFFP, CME

Diplomas awarded for studies in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Family Planning, and Medical Education respectively.

Membership of Medical Royal Colleges – MRCGP, MRCP

MRCGP is awarded for passing the membership exam of the Royal College of General Practitioners, and is the usual qualification allowing a doctor to practice as a GP. MRCP is the membership exam of the Royal College of Physicians, a qualification in General (Internal) medicine.

Note – The postnomial qualifications listed on this website show that the doctors passed the exams concerned, and do not necessarily imply ongoing membership of the colleges.


Registrars are fully qualified doctors who are specialising in General Practice after working for several years in hospitals.