All of our doctors are generalists but each has developed areas of special interest. Patients are free to choose between the doctors in the practice and you may consult different doctors for specific problems. It will be helpful, however, if you try to see the same doctor as much as possible.
All patients are allocated a named GP. If patients wish to know who this is please contact Reception.
Dr. Mark Howcutt
MA, BM BCh, DCH, FRCGP, Cert Med Ed
Qualified at Oxford University in 1997. Worked at Stoke Mandeville Hospital before joining the practice in 2000 as GP registrar. He returned as partner in 2002. He is married and has three children.
He has special interests in child and adolescent health, respiratory disease and rheumatology. He is interested in the use of computers in General Practice.
He is one of the practice’s GP trainers. He continues to work out of hours locally for Bucks Urgent Care. He is also a GP appraiser.
Dr. Nicola Wells
MB BS, FRCGP, DRCOG, DCH, Cert Med Ed
Qualified at University College, London, in 1997. Became partner at Haddenham in May 2004, having previously worked as a full time salaried GP.
She has special interests in palliative care, women’s health and diabetes. She is one of the practice’s GP trainers. She also is an examiner for the Royal College of General Practitioners.
Dr. Karen West
MB ChB, MRCGP
Qualified at Manchester University in 1999. Became partner at Haddenham in July 2008 having previously worked as a partner in a practice in Cambridgeshire.
She has special interests in child health and women’s health. She is also a GP appraiser.
Dr. Kaiser Munir
MBBS, BSc, MRCGP
Qualified at University College, London in 2005. Worked in London before joining the practice in 2012 as a partner. He is married and has two children.
His special interests include minor surgery, cardiology, diabetes and palliative care. He is responsible for our medical student training. He continues to work for the Out of Hours provider, Harmoni.
Dr. Briony Rixon
MBBCH, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFSRH, LOCSDI
Qualified in 2007 in Cardiff and became a member of Royal college of GPs in 2013. Briony previously worked in Aylesbury before moving to the practice.
She has a special interest in women’s health and sexual health.
We are a Training Practice and so from time to time we are joined by a GP Trainee. He or she is a FULLY QUALIFIED DOCTOR having already completed at several years of hospital training who may join us for an attachment of several months between hospital jobs before joining us for a final year to complete their specialist GP training. In our role as a Training Practice we are regularly inspected to ensure a high quality of care and efficient administration.
Foundation Programme Doctor
As a training practice, we are sometimes joined by foundation programme doctors for four months. He or she is a a FULLY QUALIFIED DOCTOR having usually completed at least one year of hospital training. Foundation doctors are not training to be GPs but attached as part of their junior doctor training. They join us to learn general skills and gain a greater understanding of the practice of medicine in different settings.
Usual Working Days for Doctors
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