|Dr Wendy E Kingston (Partner)|
MB ChB Birmingham 1985 DRCOG MRCGP
I have interests in all aspects of General practice. I have particular interest in Women's Health and I am Diabetes Lead GP for the practice.
Monday all day, Tuesday half a day (AM), Wednesday all day, Friday all day
|Dr Caroline M Heath (Partner)|
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 - Wednesday - All Day
|Dr Andrew J Cox (Partner)|
I grew up in Cambridgeshire and trained at Birmingham Medical school graduating in 1997. After GP training in Worcestershire I worked in New Zealand for a year before becoming back to the UK to be a Partner at YHMC in 2003.
I was the lead GP at the practice from around 2012 to 2018 including the merger of 7 local practices in 2014.
My interests are in internal medicine, joint injections and training medical students. I also work at the Wyre Forest Ward at Kidderminster Hospital several times a week.
Out of medicine I have a family with 2 teenage children, a garden and enjoy sport and playing the saxophone.
|Dr Nicola Cox|
I studied medicine at Birmingham University and did my general practice training in Kidderminster in 2001.
I worked locally at Great Witley surgery for 16 years.
I joined the practice in April 2020 and work 3 day a week.
I am a GP trainer and enjoy teaching GP registrars at York House Medical Centre. I am interested in Diabetes and woman’s health.
Outside of work I enjoy gardening, walking the dog, travelling and family life.
|Dr Christopher Wenham (Partner)|
I grew up in Derbyshire and studied Medicine at the University of Birmingham before training in Ophthalmology (Eyes) for 4 years.
After this time I realised I wanted to be able to practice more holistically and did my General practice training in the Black Country before starting at York House Medical Centre in 2009.
Each week I spend 7 sessions here at York House and 2 sessions working in the Corneal Clinic at Shrewsbury.
My particular clinical interests include Ophthalmology and Palliative Care, but I really enjoy the variety of general practice and particularly value the importance of communication skills. I am also safeguarding lead for the practice.
I perform minor operations including managing in-growing toenails and some eyelid procedures and also perform knee injections.
I have a keen interest in medical education and am involved in teaching final year medical students as well as anyone else that will listen to me waffle on.
I am married with 2 children and outside work I enjoy running (although not as fast as Dr Morton and Dr Alford…), swimming, spinning and rock climbing.
|Dr Seb Morton (Partner)|
I I trained at Warwick Medical School and graduated in 2008. I completed my GP training at York House Medical Centre in 2013 and liked the team and community in Stourport and chose to stay here ever since. In work I enjoy all aspects of general practice but have special interests in treating patients drug and alcohol addiction.
I am one of the site lead GPs within the Wyre Forest Health Partnership. This role gives me responsibility for helping to run the practice with the management team. I am also a representative of the Worcestershire and Herefordshire local medical committee.
Outside of work I am a keen runner and cyclist and live with my wife and 2 children.
|Dr Isabel Alford (Partner)|
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 Marie J Gibson (Partner)|
Having grown up in North Devon, I left to undertake my medical studies at Birmingham university qualifying in 2000. During my general practice training in Worcestershire I spent a year working in the Indian Himalaya as a volunteer doctor - undertaking pretty much anything that needed to be done!
I’m happily married and have two children- we try to be outdoors as much as possible and enjoy cycling, walking and when possible I love to get back to the North Devon coast and beaches.
I have been a partner at SHC since 2007, and find it extremely rewarding.
I have special interests in mental health, women’s health, frailty and palliative care. I am currently Involved in working alongside our neighbourhood teams and looking forward to help develop our care homes service
|Dr Roy S Williams (Partner)|
BSc (Hons), MB BCh (1995 UWCM), MRCS, MRCGP
Dr Williams is the Business Partner at the Practice.
|Dr Tristan Brodie (Partner)|
I've worked as a Stourport GP since finishing my GP training 10 years ago. I commute from Southwest Birmingham in order to be a part of this fantastic healthcare team. I'm really excited at the prospect of working more closely with a larger group of health care staff as we continue to plan our merger; I feel we will be able to further enhance the care we deliver once we are working as one Stourport Medical Centre team offering continuity, patient choice and good access to appointments.
Whilst I enjoy the full depth and breadth of GP work, areas of particular interest to me are health promotion, diabetes and child health. I sit on the WFHP board and work for the Herefordshire and Worcestershire CCG as the clinical lead for Urgent and Emergency Care. Outside of medicine I enjoy running, cooking, and walking and cycling with my young family.
|Dr Sarah Malcomson (Partner)|
MBChB MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH
Dr Malcomson is a Partner at the Practice.
|Dr Rafik Fanous (Partner)|
Dr Rafik Fanous is a Partner at the Practice
|Dr Sarah Reid|
I came to Stourport from Bewdley medical centre to finish my GP training in 2014.
I qualified in 2015 and have been working as a salaried GP since then.
General practice allows me to see a range of conditions but I am particularly interested in women’s and children’s health.
For the last year I’ve been on maternity leave after the birth of my daughter and I’ve returned 3 days a week.
Outside of work I enjoy spending time in the outdoors with my family.
|Dr Claire Gardiner|
Working days- Monday and Thursday All day
|Dr Miranda Wynne-Edwards|
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
|Dr Lizzie Follows|
I grew up in Essex and moved to Nottingham after a gap year teaching English in Thailand to study Medicine.
After house jobs in Derby I spent 6 months working in New Zealand before returning to the UK.
I had a number of hospital jobs whist I finally decided between anaesthetics and general practice and joined a GP training programme in the Wyre Forest qualifying in 2009. One of my training posts was at Stourport Medical Centre and I joined them again as a salaried GP in 2012.
It was the variety of the job that drew me to General practice – I love the fact that we see all age ranges from days old to over 100, all so different with different needs.
I have a special interest in women’s health and I am the lead for Women’s Health for the Wyre Forest Health Partnership. I carry out a regular family planning clinic, fitting coils and implants. I also enjoy teaching and have recently become a GP trainer.
I am married with two girls who are primary school age who keep me pretty busy. In my free time I love being outdoors – walking, biking, running and gardening. I also enjoy yoga, seeing friends and family and a good book.
|Dr Mathew Tucker|
Dr Tucker is a part time salaried GP at the Practice.
|Dr Jayne Hird|
I graduated from Leicester Medical School and spent a period of time working as a Paediatrician before completing my GP training in the East Midlands. I then travelled abroad for over two years, travelling on a very low budget with my husband to be.
When we came back to the UK we chose Worcestershire as a place to settle down with it’s beautiful countryside and great transport links. We have three children who keep us very busy!
When I’m not at work I love getting together with my friends and I enjoy tennis and swimming to keep fit.
I have worked the the Wyre Forest as a GP since 1998 and I joined the brilliant team at Stourport Health Centre in 2019. My interests are Paediatrics, Mental Health and Urgent Care.