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Doctors

Dr Mark Byron (m)

MBChB (1984 Cardiff), MRCP, DCH, DRCOG

Dr Byron has been with the practice since 1991. He provides a full general practice service and also undertakes Minor Surgery. He has an interest in Child Health, working closely with our Health Visitors with all our new-born children. Outside of the practice he plays squash and the odd game of golf.

Dr Karen Cox (f)

MBChB (1996 Cardiff), MRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP

Dr Cox has been with the practice since 2001. She provides a full general practice service and also oversees the Diabetic Clinic.

Dr Andrew Taylor (m)

(1998 London), MBBS, MRCP, MRCGP

Dr Taylor has been with the practice since 2005. Before his general practice training Dr Taylor worked for three years in adult general medicine and has a special interest in respiratory medicine. Outside the practice he enjoys most sports, travel and spending time with his family and friends.

Dr Jonathan Brown (m)

MBBS (2009 Newcastle) BA (Hons)

Dr Brown has been with the practice since 2014. He enjoys all aspects of general practice but has particular interests in Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT), Sportsand Musculoskeletal medicine. Outside of work he enjoys classical music and spending time in the great outdoors, usually walking or cycling, and ideally as remote and as mountainous as possible.

Dr Joanna Cox (f)

MBBS (UCL 1985), MRCGP 1990, DRCOG 1998

Dr Jo Cox joined our practice in July 2016 having been working as a GP in Somerset prior to this. She enjoys the variety of General Practice and has a special interest in Women's Health and Teaching. Outside of work she enjoys tennis, golf and mountain walking. 

Dr Rosie Laurie (f)

MBBS (Imperial College London 2011) BSc Hons

Dr Rosie Laurie joined our practice in January 2017.  She has a particular interest in sexual health and family planning, including coil fitting.  She compliments her work in general practice with teaching and mentoring roles at the University of Bristol Medical School.  Outside of her work she takes part in a variety of sports and enjoys travelling and the Arts.

Dr Sarah Stenner (f)

 
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