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GPs are able to recommend trusted health and wellbeing apps on the NHS Apps Library to their patients. The NHS Apps Library currently has more than 70 apps covering a wide range of health and wellbeing specialisms and physical activity monitors and has now had more than a million visits. Mental health apps have so far proved to be the most popular followed by pregnancy and baby apps, with sleep, diabetes and healthy living making up the remaining top five categories.

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Current Doctor and Nurse timetable November 2018

*Please note this timetable is a guide only, and may be different on some weeks due to other commitments.


Dr Lucy Jenkins (f)

BMedSci, BM, BS, FRCGP, DCH, DRCOG, DFFP (Nottingham 1995)

Dr Stephen Harper (m)
MB, BCH, MRCGP, DGM, DCH, DRCOG, MScMedEd, (Cardiff 1996)
Dr Steve Ross (m)

BHB, MBChB, Dip Obst, (Aukland 1983), Dip Tropical Medicine, FRNZCGP, MRCGP

Dr Aimee Lettis (f)


 Has an interest in Women's Health and is responsible for mirena coil fittings and removals at the practice.

Dr Amanda Lyon (f)

MBBS, MRCGP, DCH, DRCOG, DFFP (Charing Cross & Westminster Medical School 1996)

Training and teaching

The Practice has been approved for the training of GP registrars, Foundation doctors and the teaching of Medical Students.

GP Registrars/specialty trainees are qualified doctors who wish to become GPs. They have completed their training in hospitals and spend between six and eighteen months in the practice.

Foundation doctors are doctors who have qualified in the last two years and have not yet entered training for a particular specialty. They spend four months training in the practice.

Medical students are currently undergoing their 6 years of undergraduate training to become doctors and will spend anything up to six weeks in the practice.

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