DR ANTHONY FLINN
MA, MB, Bchir, MRCGP, DRCOG, DOccMed.
Qualified from Magdalene College and Addenbrooke’s Hospital Cambridge 1983
DR DAVID HAYTON
MA, MB, BChir, MRCGP, DFSRH, DRCOG, DipGUMed, PGCE (Medical Education).
Qualified Queens' College Cambridge 2000.
DR REBECCA TOWL
MBChB, DPD, DRCOG, DFSRH, MRCGP.
Qualified from The University of Bristol in 2006.
DR KEVIN WEBB
MBChB (Cape Town)
DR JENNIFER PRENTICE
MBChB BMedSci MRCGP
Qualified from University of Sheffield 2011
DR THONG HO
Qualified University of Wales College of Medicine 2000.
DR KATHERINE SCOFFINGS
MBBS MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH PGcert MedEd
Qualified from Kings College London in 1998
DR MIKE CUNNINGHAM
MBBS BSc MRCGP(2018)
Qualified from University College London 2012
DR KAREN ROMANS
BM BCh (Oxon) 2000
DR MATT GERLACH
BA MBBS MRCGP
PGCert Sports Medicine
DR PAULINE MUDDE
Qualified in the Netherlands
DR HELEN DUMIGAN
MBChB (University of Edinburgh 2011), MRCGP
If you wish to make enquiries about administration or non-medical aspects of the practice, please contact the Operations Manager who is interested to hear suggestions about practice services.
All queries relating to business matters; contracts; health and safety etc should be directed to our Business Manager.
LAURA PASCUAL MARTINEZ
PAs obtain patients histories, conduct physical examinations, request and interpret investigations, diagnose and manage patients. They are able to make referrals to both in-house specialties and arrange for outpatient appointments or GP reviews. Physician associates are able to admit or discharge patients.
Clinical pharmacists work as part of the general practice team to improve value and outcomes from medicines and consult with and treat patients directly. This includes providing extra help to manage long-term conditions, advice for those on multiple medicines and better access to health checks.
There are seven practice nurses. They are all qualified nurses who have undertaken a range of further training, including family planning, diabetic and asthma care. The practice nurses work within the surgery carrying out a wide range of clinical nursing duties and health promotion. Where appropriate, patients may make appointments to see the practice nurses directly.
Our HCAs are part of the nursing team. They provide a range of services at the request of our doctors and nurses including phlebotomy (blood tests), ECGs and health promotion.
From time to time locum doctors may be working in the practice to cover holidays, sickness and study leave. These doctors are always fully trained General Practitioners.
Our Care Coordinators work closely with our GPs and often liaise with patients on behalf of the GPs.
As a training practice we will often have a registrar GP working with us. Registrars are fully qualified doctors with several years' experience, the equivalent of a Registrar in a hospital, and work under the supervision of a partner. Registrars often utilise video recording during their year in practice. You will always have the option of choosing not to have your consultation video recorded.
Midwives are specialists in maternity care. They are involved throughout pregnancy, delivery and in the first few weeks after the birth of the baby. The patients at our surgery are looked after by a team of midwives who work from Children's Centres and occasionally see patients in the surgery. The maternity packs provided on confirmation of your pregnancy contain up to date information about how to contact the team of midwives. They can also be contacted at the Cambridge Children's Centre on 01223 586787.
The district nurses work within patients' homes carrying out an assessment of the patient's needs, providing skilled nursing care and offering support and advice to those persons caring for the patient.
Our patients have access to a child and family team, comprising of qualified nursery nurses and health visitors. This team supports families and children under the age of 16years. The team can be contacted Monday to Friday by telephoning 01223 477559.