Doctors

Dr Mark J Wallace

Dr Mark J Wallace
Partner MB BS (London 1991) BSc DRCOG DCH MRCGP Dip HPEI am interested in diabetes, muscle and joint problems, skin problems and men’s health. In addition, to practicing clinical medicine I hold an Honorary Senior Lectureship at the University of Oxford teaching medical students and am an approved GP trainer supervising young doctors training to become GPs.

Dr Suzanne Stewart

Dr Suzanne Stewart

Partner, Carers Lead, MB BS (London 1993) BSc DRCOG MRCGP DFSRH PGDIPLATHE ILM level 5, coaching)

I have an interest in mental health, women’s health and addiction. I am a tutor for the Oxford medical students. I also undertake a role as an appraiser for other GPs in the Oxford area. More recently I have developed an interest in professional coaching.

Dr Angela Aitken

Dr Angela Aitken

Partner BSc MB BS (London 1991) JCPTGP DFSRH

My interests are particularly in women’s health, family planning and care of the elderly. My background involves a degree in Biochemistry and varied hospital posts before General Practice. I am interested in medical ethics, veterans’ health issues and enjoy reading about the history of medicine.

Dr Matthew J Wallard

Dr Matthew J Wallard

Partner MB BChir Cantab (1999) MRCS MD MRCGP

I worked in hospital medicine for ten years before moving to General Practice, training mainly in the surgical specialties. I have an interest in men’s health, surgery and joint injections. I spend one day a week working at the Churchill Hospital in the department of Urology diagnostic suite.

Dr Mary McCullins

Dr Mary McCullins

Salaried GP MACantab MbBch Edin (1994) MRCP MRCGP DRCOG DTMandH

I am an experienced GP who has worked in the practice for many years. I originally trained to be a hospital physician. I enjoy seeing patients of all ages.

Doctors in Training

Dr Aaron Dehghan

BSc (Hons) MBBS
Dr Dehghan completed an anatomy degree before qualifying as a doctor 5 years ago and he is now in his final year of training to be a GP

Dr Tanya Hobden

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