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Doctors

Partners

Dr M Welton

MB ChB (Birmingham 1990) MRCGP; Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists 1994 Diploma in Diabetes Care, Warwick University, 2011

Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners 1995
Faculty Of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care 1994
Diploma In Diabetes Care 2011

Dr Welton worked in the TIA & Minor Stroke Clinic at the University Hospital Of North Staffordshire (UHNS). The TIA Clinic was awarded the 'Chief Executives Special Award' in 2012. He also runs the 'Funny Turns Clinic' for both Staffordshire CCG's. This clinic was runner up in The Vision Awards in 2011 in the 'Service Development' Category. Dr Welton was runner up in the NAPC 'Clinical Lead of the Year' award in 2012.

Dr H Van der Linden

Arts Examen (Nijmegen NL 1989) DRCOG

Special Interests: Occupational Medicine, Orthopaedic disorders (bones and joints).

Dr K Coleclough

MD (Lekarz Lodz 2007) MRCGP, DFSRH

(currently on maternity leave)

Special Interests: Medical Education and training, Women's Health, Contraception

Dr Bowler

BMBS (NOTTINGHAM 1998), MRCGP, DRCOG, Dffp

Dr Bowler joined the practice in October 2014. Her main interests are Women's health and contraception.

Salaried GPs

Dr A Jheeta

BSc MB ChB (Birmingham 1986) MRCGP, DRCOG, DCH, DFSRH

Special Interests: Medical Education and training, Obstetrics, Asthma and Women's Health.

Dr Jheeta is a GP Trainer and supervises GP Registrars. He is also a clinical teacher for Keele University Medical School.

Dr A Lawrence

MB ChB (Birmingham 1985), Diploma in Diabetes Care, Warwick University 2005

Dr J Welton

MB ChB (Birmingham 1990) MRCGP

Special Interests: Contraception, Health Promotion

Dr E Keeping

(currently on maternity leave)

Dr Z Hussain

GP Registrar

Dr C Morris and Dr L Mehta

(Registrar)

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