Doctors

Dr Helen Salisbury

MA, MBBS 1991, MRCP, MRCGP

As well as seeing patients at the Practice, Dr Salisbury leads the Communication Skills Course for medical students in Oxford. She particularly enjoys family medicine and seeing a wide variety of problems in General Practice. Dr Salisbury runs her surgeries every Monday and Wednesday.

 

Dr Karen Walker

MBBS 1988, DRCOG, DFFP, MRCGP

Dr Walker enjoys the full spectrum of clinical care in General Practice. She has a particular interest in women’s health and she is fully trained to fit contraceptive coils and Implanon. Dr Walker runs her surgeries every Tuesday and Thursday. Her coil and Implanon fitting clinic is available every Tuesday morning.

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Dr Will Gray

MBChB, MRCGP (2013), DRCOG, PGDip ENT

Dr Gray enjoys all aspects of General Practice and he has a particular interest in ENT conditions and diabetes. He runs his surgeries every Monday, Tuesday morning, Thursday and Friday.

Dr Paul Ch’en

MBiochem, DPhil (Oxon), BM 2011, MRCGP

Dr Ch’en enjoys all aspects of General Practice and has a particular interest in the early diagnosis of cancer, cognitive behavioural therapy and acupuncture. He is also one of the college doctors and looks after the students at Keble and Somerville College. During term time, he has a dedicated morning student surgery on Wednesdays. He runs his surgeries every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Dr Fiona Boyle

MA, MBBS, nMRCGP, DCH, DRCOG, FRACGP

Dr Boyle enjoys all aspects of general practice, she works every Monday and Wednesday. She is one of the college doctors and looks after the students at Keble and Somerville College. During term time, she has a dedicated afternoon student surgery on Mondays.

Dr Heidi Luckhurst

 MA, BMBCh 1984, DRCOG, DCh, DFSRH, MRCGP

Dr Luckhurst enjoys the full range of General Practice.She also teaches Oxford University medical students. Dr Luckhurst runs her surgeries every Monday and Wednesday. Her coil appointments are available every Monday and Wednesday morning.

Dr Gerald Clancy

BSc, BMBCh 2011, DPhil (Oxon), MRCGP, MRSC

Dr Clancy undertook his medical training in Oxford and Norfolk, teaches medical student for a couple of the Colleges and has a particular interest in ophthalmic conditions. He runs his surgeries every Tuesday, Thursday & Friday.

 

  

Dr Tim Lancaster

MBBS 1983, MRCP, FRCGP

Dr Lancaster trained in London, the United States and Oxford. He has particular interests in long-term condition management and preventive medicine.
Dr Lancaster runs his surgery every Friday morning.

Dr Maggie Gould

Dr Tom Hutchinson

Dr Josh Brewin

GP Registrar (ST3)

Dr Sam Beardsley

GP Registrar (ST1)