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Doctors

Dr Simon Nissenbaum (Partner) (m)

MB ChB MRCGP FP Cert

Dr Nissenbaum qualified in 1980 from Manchester.  He performs joint injections.

Dr Frances Fermer (Partner) (f)

MB ChB MRCGP DCH DRCOG DFSRH (with LoC IUT and IUS)

Dr Fermer qualified in 1986 from Sheffield and has special interests in Family Planning and Dermatology. She is able to fit coils and the implant and perform joint injections. She is a GP trainer.

Dr Rachael Bentley (Partner) (f)

MB ChB, MRCGP, DRCOG, DCH, DFSRH (with LoC IUT and IUS), Diploma in Diabetes

Dr Bentley qualified in 2000 from Sheffield and has a special interest in diabetes and family planning. She is able to fit coils and the implant. She is a GP trainer.

Dr Rosemary Hickman (Partner) (f)

MB BChir MRCGP DRCOG DCH DFSRH

Dr Hickman qualified in 1993 from Cambridge and has special interests in Epilepsy, Genitourinary medicine and Family Planning. She also works as a GP trainer.

Dr Selina Flinders (f)

MB ChB MRCGP DRCOG

Dr Flinders qualified in 1999 from Leicester. Her special interest is Child Protection.  She performs joint injections.

Dr B Rafferty (f)

MBchB, MRCGP

Dr Rafferty qualified from Glasgow University in 2001. She has worked in a variety of hospital specialities before completing her GP training in 2013.

Dr Alice Respinger (f)

Dr A Respinger qualified as a GP in 2016.

Dr Van Trinh (f)

Dr Trinh started working with us as a salaried GP in 2016.  She has a special interest in frailty.

Dr Esther James (f)

Joined us in May 2018 as a salaried GP.

Dr Laura Styles (f)

Dr Styles is a ST3 Registrar and will be with WRHC until the beginning of August 2019.

Dr Emma Scanlan (f)

Dr E Scanlan is a ST3 Registrar and will be with WRHC until February 2020

Dr O Ogunseye (m)

Dr O Ogunseye is a ST1 Registrar who will be with WRHC until the beginning of August 2019.  Dr Bentley is his trainer.

 
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