|Dr Stuart Nelson (m)|
MBBS (London 1983), DCH, DRCOG.DFFP, FRCGP.
Dr Nelson qualified at St George's Hospital Medical School, London in 1983. He joined the Practice in 1989 and is the Senior Partner, a GP Trainer and Appraiser. Dr Nelson has a special interest in Diabetes and was appointed a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners in November 2005. He is the current Treasurer of Gloucestershire GP Educational Trust.
|Dr Julian Wilson (m)|
MBBS (London 1987), DRCOG, DIP.PALL.MED, FRCGP.
Dr Wilson qualified at St. Thomas's Hospital London in 1987. He is a Royal College Examiner. Dr Wilson's clinical interests include Ischaemic Heart Disease, Diabetes and Palliative Care as well as Immediate Care in Sport. Dr Wilson was appointed a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners in May 2006. He is the General Practitioner for Gloucester Rugby Club.
|Dr Caroline Copps (f)|
MBChB (Sheffield 1990), DRCOG.DFFP, DIP.THER.
Dr Copps qualified at Sheffield University in 1990. She worked as as GP Partner in Cardiff for 5 years before moving to Cheltenham in 2001 to join Overton Park Surgery. Dr Copps' special interests include Family Planning, Women's Health and Pharmacology.
|Dr Thomas Morgan (m)|
MBBS (London 1992), DRCOG, MRCGP.
Dr Morgan qualified at Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School, London in 1992. He worked as a GP Partner in Fleet, Hampshire for 6 years before moving to Gloucestershire. He joined Overton Park Surgery in 2005. Dr Morgan is a trained endoscopist and holds a Clinical Assistant post in Endoscopy at Gloucester Royal Hospital.
|Dr Rachael Coker (f)|
MBChB (Birmingham 2002), MRCGP,DCH, DRCOG, DFFP
Dr Coker qualified at Birmingham University in 2002. She moved to Cheltenham in 2003 and joined the local GP training scheme. She spent her registrar year at Overton Park Surgery. Dr Coker is interested in all aspects of General Practice, especially Paediatrics.
|Dr Daniel Fox (m)|
MBBS (London 2009)
Dr Fox studied at St Georges Medical School, London on the graduate-entry scheme. He moved to Cheltenham for GP training in 2011 and spent his Registrar (final) year at Overton Park Surgery. Now he is fully qualified as a GP we are delighted to have Dr Fox with us as a permanent member of the Overton Park Surgery Team. Dr Fox has an interest in Dermatology and will be holding cryotherapy and minor surgery clinics at the practice.
|Dr Michael Williams (m)|
BSc MBBCh MRCGP
Dr Williams completed his medical school training at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. After graduation he moved back to the UK to complete his Foundation Years in the NHS in Devon, before being allocated a place on the GP training scheme here in Gloucestershire, where he completed his final year as a Registrar at Overton Park. Dr Williams was a Salaried GP with the surgery but is now a GP Partner.
He now works as a GP both here and in Improved Access clinics across the county.
|Dr Trudy Christmas (f)|
MBBS (London 1996), BSc, MRCGP, DRCOG.DFFP.
Dr Christmas works 1.5 days a week as a salaried GP. She qualified at St George's Hospital Medical School, London in 1996. Dr Christmas moved to Cheltenham in 1997 and joined the local GP training scheme, spending her registrar year at Overton Park Surgery. She work 3 sessions a week at the surgery and is interested in all aspects of General Practice, especially Women's Health.
|Dr Amanda Porter (f)|
MBBS (London) 1995, BSc, MRCGP, FRCA, DRCOG
Dr Porter qualified at St Mary's Hospital Medical School, London in 1995. After a number of years working as an Anaesthetist, she changed career to GP. She completed the Gloucestershie GP training scheme and joined Overton Park Surgery in December 2008 as a GP retainer working 3 sessions per week. She is interested in all aspects of General Practice.
|Dr Sarah Macrow (f)|
Dr Sarah Macrow (f)
MRCGP 2013, DROG 2008, MBChB with honours (Bristol) 2007
Dr Macrow joined the practice in December 2015 moving from her previous GP post at Hilary Cottage Surgery, Fairford. Sarah works 4 sessions a week at Overton park - all day Monday and all day Wednesday.
|Dr Timothy Davis (m)|
Dr Davis qualified form King's College London in 2013 before completing his foundation training in the South West. He then moved to Western Australia working in emergency medicine before returning home to join the GP training scheme in Gloucestershire. His particular interests include ENT and all aspects of men's health.