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WE ARE NOW TAKING BOOKINGS FOR THE FLU JAB - PLEASE CONTACT US IF YOU ARE ELIGIBLE

We are now up and running with our new computer system, patients will no longer be able to send through prescription requests via "The Waiting Room".  Patients will need to re-register for on-line services, please pop in to the surgery to do this. If you haven't used online services before we will need to see photo ID. Many thanks

Doctors

Dr Mike Dowling (m)

MBBS, MRCGP, DCH, DRCOG, DFFP Dip.Pal.Med qualified from St. Bartholomew’s Hospital in 1989 and subsequently carried out his GP training in Oxford. His special interests are in ENT, palliative care and Medical Education. He is also a GP trainer, involved in training future GPs within the Practice.

Dr Dowling started this practice in August 2005. The practice has steadily grown in size since that time.

Dr Julia Bloemertz (f)

MD nMRCGP DRCOG qualified as a GP in 2009. Her special interests are women’s health, child health, oncology and haematology. Graduated in Germany in 2002. Post-graduate training in various UK hospitals before GP training in Cornwall from 2007.

Dr Julia joined the surgery in December 2010.

Dr Sarah Hadfield (f)

Dr Sarah Hadfield MBChB, MRCGP, Diploma in Child Health and Diploma of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, joined the surgery team in September 2016. She consults on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Dr Hadfield has been a partner in a practice in South Bristol before moving to the area.

Dr Hayley Bentley (f)

Dr Bentley MBBS, BA (Hons), MRCGP completed her GP training with Neetside Surgery and then decided to join the team. Dr Bentley is consulting on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

Dr Olusola Ojo (m)

Dr Ojo MRCGP, MSc, MBChB started doing locum sessions for the surgery and later decided to join the team. He works two days a week usually on a Monday and Tuesday.

 
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