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Doctors

Dr Stephen Haynes (m)

Dr Stephen Haynes

MB BS (London 1987), DFFP, PGCMDE, MRCGP

Senior Partner.

GP Trainer.

Medical Officer to Bloxham School.

Clinical Interests:  Musculoskeletal & Sports Medicine, School Health.

 
Dr Gwyneth Rogers (f)

Dr Gwyneth Rogers

MB BS (London 1993), DFFP, DRCOG, DCH, MRCGP
Partner.
Clinical Interests: Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Family Planning, Paediatrics, Substance Misuse.

Dr Ann Sanders (f)

Dr Ann Sanders

BSc Hons, MB BS (London 1995), DRCOG, PGCMDE, MRCGP

Partner.

Programme Director – Banbury GP Training Scheme.
Clinical Interests: Learning Disabilities.

Dr Christopher MacGregor (m)

Dr Chris MacGregor

BSc Hons, MB BS (London 1998), MRCP, MRCGP
Partner.

Medical Student Trainer.

Clinical Interests: Respiratory Medicine, Hypertension.

Dr Nicky Elliott (f)

Dr Nicky Elliott

BSc Hons, MB BS (London 2001), DCH, UKDMC, MRCGP
Partner.

Medical Officer to Tudor Hall School.

Foundation Programme Trainer.
Clinical Interests: Paediatrics, Teenage Health, Dive Medicine.

Dr Rajesh Gupta (m)

Dr Rajesh Gupta

BSc Hons, MB ChB (Manchester 2003), MRCGP
Partner.

Medical Student Trainer.
Clinical Interests: ENT (Ear, Nose & Throat), Paediatrics.

Dr James Connor (m)

Dr James Connor
BSc Hons, BM (Southampton 2006), DRCOG, MRCGP

Dr Jennifer Carter (f)

Dr Jenny Carter

MB BS 2007 University of London

Dr Ayesha Khalid (f)

Dr Ayesha Khalid

MB BS 2004 Army Medical College National University of sciences and Technology

Dr Ben Soukup (m)

Dr Ben Soukup

ST3 MBBS BSc MRCS DCH PGCert Health Research (University of Oxford)

Special interests: Mens Health, Paediatrics and Musculoskeletal problems.

Dr Sadie Ekers (f)

Dr Sadie Ekers

MB ChB 2009 University of Liverpool

Dr Santo Chakrobarti (m)

ST3

 
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