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Dr Mark Morgan

Mark MorganMB BS (Lon 1987), FRCGP

Special interest in Diabetes and Ear Nose and Throat problems.

Dr Rachel Taubman (f)

MB BS Lond 1993, Dip imc RCS (Edin1996), FRCGP, PGCE

Special interest in general medicine, ophthalmology and orthopaedics.

Dr Gill Hawdon

MB BCh 2006

Dr Charlotte MacPherson

Charlotte joined us in June 2016 as a registrar and since June 2018 has been employed as a GP at the Practice.


Dr James Leckenby (m)

James is in his second year of specialist GP training

He will be under supervision of Dr Mark Morgan our GP trainer for six months

As Doctors we work closely with our Nurses, Health Visiting Team and our team of Locality Carers. We are supported by our Practice Manager, Receptionists and Dispensers. The Practice Manager is responsible for the general management of the practice.

GP Training

We are a teaching practice and are involved in the training of qualified doctors to become General Practitioners. These doctors are known as GP Specialty training doctors (GP ST) and are part of our team. You may be offered an appointment with our GP Specialty training doctor. If you would prefer to see Dr Morgan, Dr Taubman or Dr Hawdon then please inform the receptionist. Sometimes our GP Specialty training doctor may observe other members of the practice team consulting. If you would prefer to be seen alone please mention this at reception.

As part of their assessment GP Specialty training doctors need to make video recordings of some of their consultations. It is their behaviour that is being assessed, not yours, but if you would rather not be recorded please feel free to decline to sign the consent. We occasionally have final year medical students sitting with us. This is a vital part of their training. If at such times you wish to see us alone, please do not hesitate to tell the receptionist or the doctor.

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