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Doctors

Dr Wendy E Kingston

MB ChB Birmingham 1985 DRCOG MRCGP


I have interests in all aspects of General practice. I have particular interest in  Womens Health and I am Diabetes Lead GP for the practice. 


Working days-Monday all day, Tuesday half a day (AM), Wednesday all day, Friday all day




Dr Caroline M Heath (f)

MB ChB Birmingham 1988 DRCOG MRCGP DFFP


I enjoy all aspects of general medicine within General practice and enjoy putting the general medical training I undertook for 4 years around the West Midlands, before opting to do General practice, to good use.


I trained in General practice in Bristol and Somerset but returned to the Midlands to take up a post as an Academic Registrar and later Clinical lecturer in Community Based Medicine at Birmingham University.


I work 8 sessions (4 days) per week in General practice. I have a particular interest in Dermatology having also undertaken some additional training in this speciality.


I am a GP Trainer and enjoy teaching and training GP Registrars at York House Medical Centre. I also teach medical students having introduced Undergraduate teaching to York House Medical Centre in 1992.


I continue to work 2 sessions per week at Birmingham University as a Deputy Head of Academy for Community Based Medicine where I am involved in helping other GPs deliver the nationally highly rated Community Based medicine (GP) teaching that Birmingham University medical students receive. I am also interested in providing help and mentoring for other doctors.


 Working days-Monday-Thursday- All Day




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Dr Andrew J Cox

Andrew Cox


MB ChB Birmingham1997 DRCOG MRCGP


My clinical interests are general medicine, in particular respiratory medicine. In the surgery I perform minor surgery and shoulder and knee injections. I’m involved in student teaching and provide a clinical input into management of the practice. I represent the surgery on the local GP committee. Outside medicine I enjoy family life, football, swimming, skiing and growing fruit and veg.


 


Working days-Monday , Tuesday, Thursday, Friday all day.








Dr Christopher Wenham (m)

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MbChB (hons)Birmingham 2001 MRCOphth MRCGP  



I grew up in Derbyshire and studied Medicine at Birmingham University before training in Ophthalmology (Eyes) for 4 years. I then did my General practice training in Dudley before starting at YHMC in 2009.

Each week I spend 7 sessions here at YHMC and 2 sessions working in the Eye Clinic at the Princess Royal hospital in Telford.

My clinical interests include Ophthalmology and Palliative Care and I am the Lead GP for End of Life Care. I perform minor operations including some eyelid procedures and also perform joint injections to shoulders and knees.

I am married with 2 young children and enjoy working on our allotment, rock climbing and cooking.

 

Working hours- Monday all day, Tuesday all day, Wednesday half a day (AM), Thursday all day


Dr Katy Trevethick (f)

BSc (hons) Anatomy and Human Biology, MBChB Medicine and Surgery, MRCGP

I studied Medicine in Glasgow and returned closer to home in South Birmingham to complete my GP training. I am currently doing 3 days at York House and I do one day a week at Mary Stevens Hospice in Stourbridge doing Palliative Care. My clinical interests are Palliative Care, Family Planning and Mental Health. I am married and in my spare time I enjoy swimming, walking, baking and trying to grow veg in our garden. I’ve mastered potatoes (as they take no effort), but still working on a few other things!

 

Working hours-Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday all day.

 

Katy Trevethick is currently on Maternity Leave-September 2016


 

 

Dr Seb Morton (m)

MBChB, BSc hons, MRCGP
I qualified in medicine in 2008 from Warwick university and have completed my vocational training as a GP in 2013. I enjoy seeing patients with all sorts of problems, although my special interests within the practice are managing drug and alcohol addiction.
Outside of work I enjoy running, cycling, hiking and any other excuse to be outside and preferably up a hill.


 


Working hours-Tuesday-Friday all day




Dr Isabel Alford (f)

I graduated from Birmingham University in 2007 and then completed my GP training in Worcester in 2012.  I enjoy the variety that general practice offers.  Outside of work I enjoy travel, hiking and spending time in the mountains. 

Working hours-Monday, Tuesday and Thursday all day.


Dr Sarah Reid (f)

MBCHB DRCOG MRCGP

I studied Medicine at Birmingham, graduating in 2010. I then trained in Worcestershire, completing my GP registrar post at York house in 2015 and staying on after qualification. I enjoy seeing patients with a range of conditions and in particular women's health. Outside of working I enjoy spending time with my family and friends.

Working hours-Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday- all day.


Dr Claire Gardiner (f)

Registrar GP

Working days- Monday and Wednesday All day


Dr Colleen Hungwe (f)

I studied medicine at Sheffield university medical school, graduating in 2010. I completed my GP training in Chesterfield under the East midlands training scheme. I joined York House in 2015. I enjoy seeing a variety of medical problems but i do have a special interest in Ear, Nose and Throat. My favourite thing to do outside work is spending time with family and friends.

Working hours-Tuesday, Thursday and Friday all day. 


Dr Miranda Wynne- Edwards (f)

BMBS (Nottingham) BMedSci DRCOG DFSRH MRCP MRCGP

I studied medicine in Nottingham before moving to Oxford where I completed my GP training in 2009. I then moved to Worcestershire in 2013. 

I enjoy seeing patients with a range of conditions. I also have an interest in womens health and long term medical conditions. Out of work I enjoy running, cooking and spending time with my family.

Working days- Monday and Tuesday mornings

Currently on Maternity Leave- May 2017


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