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The practice also employs locums on short-term contracts as need arises. These doctors are fully qualified and accredited to work in general practice. We also have a committment to training and there is usually a GP registrar attached. They are fully qualified doctors who must do a probationary period in general practice prior to applying for their own parternship. Each registrar works under the supervision of a GP trainer, currently Dr Tait & Dr Bird
Dr Andrew Warner (m)

MB BS (London 1995)

GMC: 4149310

Special Interests include Dermatology and teaching future doctors

Dr Nick Tait (m)

MB ChB DRCOG MRCGP (Birmingham 1995) MFSEM (UK) Dip SEM(Bath)

GMC: 4195641

Special Interests include sports and muscular medicine, diabetes, occupational health and teaching future doctors 

Dr Sukhi Dhesi (f)

BSc (Hons) (London 1994) MBBS (London 2001) MRCGP DFFP DRCOG

GMC: 6027521

Special Interests include gynaecology and family planning

Dr Jeff Foster (m)


GMC: 6102119

Special Interests include weight management, accidents and emegency, minor operations and cardiovascular health

Dr Alice Bird (f)

BSc(Hons)Birmingham 2000, MBCHB (Warwick 2004), MRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP

GMC: 6101423 

Special Interests include family planning, womens health and teaching future doctors

Dr Hannah Packman (f)


GMC: 6103133

Special Interests include Family Planning, Obstetrics and Gynaecology & Substance Misuse management

Dr Anoushka Thurlow (f)


GMC: 6121101

Dr Hannah Tomes (f)

MB BCh(Cardiff 2002) MRCP MRCGP

GMC: 6045366

Dr Laura McDonaugh (f)

B Med Sci(Hons) Birmingham 2004,  MBChB Birmingham 2006

GMC: 6135423


Dr Joanna Dawes (f)

BSc (Hons) Cardiff 2002, MBChB Warwick 2009, DRCOG, DCH

GMC: 7045929

Dr Laura Facey (f)


GMC: 6155489



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Appointment System: Do you have an acute medical problem?

Patients who have an acute medical problem that needs dealing with the same day please call between 8am-9am so we can prioritise patient care. Any patient calling during this time will be seen by a doctor or triage nurse the same day. These appointments are not for ongoing problems.

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