Doctors

Dr Alison Best (f)

MbChB 1995 MRCGP DRCOG DFFP

Dr Best holds clinics on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays and works at both Penryn and Mawnan Smith Surgeries. She is a GP Trainer supervising our GP Registrars and also our Adult Safeguarding Lead.

Dr Alison Best

Dr Isabel Boyd (f)

MBChB MRCGP DCH DRCOG DFSRH DTM&H

Dr Boyd works on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday and holds clinics at Penryn and Mawnan Smith surgeries. She works as co-clinical director for the Falmouth and Penryn PCN, collaborating with our neighbouring surgeries in Falmouth.

Dr Marie Croft (f)

MBBS 2008   MRCGP   DFSRH   PG Cert Clin Ed

Dr Croft holds clinics on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at both Penryn and Stithians surgeries

Dr Marie Croft

Dr Chrissie Dunne (f)

MB ChB 1991 MRCGP

Dr Dunne holds clinics on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays and works at both Penryn Surgery and Stithians Surgery. She is the Lead GP for Women's health and Respiratory.

Dr Zoe Freeman (f)

BM 1994

Dr Freeman holds clinics on 1 or 2 days a week at Penryn Surgery. She has a special interest in Women's Health and contraception.

Dr Thomas Hackett (m)

MBChb 2009

Dr Hackett holds clinics each day except Fridays and works at both Penryn Surgery and Mawnan Smith Surgery. He is a trainer for our Medical Students and Physician Associate students. He has interests in Musculoskeletal Medicine.

Dr Charlotte Harvey (f)

MB BS 2007

Dr Harvey holds clinics on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday at both Penryn Surgery and Stithians Surgery. She has interests in Paediatrics and ENT.

Dr Ryan Jackson (m)

MB BS 2002

Dr Jackson holds clinics on 3-4 days a week and works at both Penryn Surgery and Stithians Surgery. He has interests in Cardiology and Trauma Medicine, working at RCHT in addition to his role at Penryn. He specialises in Aviation Medicine and performs private pilot medicals for those requiring them.

Dr James Kahane (m)

MB BCH 2010 MRCGP

Dr Kahane holds clinics Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays and works at both Penryn Surgery and Mawnan Smith Surgery. He is a trainer for our Medical Students who are placed at the surgery.

Dr Jonathan Katz (m)

MB ChB 1991 BSC Hons DCH DRCOG MRCGP

Dr Katz holds clinics each day except Wednesdays and works at both Penryn surgery and Stithians surgery

Dr Jess Munro (f)

BSC Hons MBBS 1996 MRCP

Dr Munro holds clinics on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday and works at both Penryn Surgery and Stithians Surgery. She is one of our Lead GPs for Clinical Research and also a GP Trainer supervising our GP Registrars

Dr Munro

Dr Kate Sanders (f)

 MB ChB 2006 MRCGP

 Dr Kate Sanders

Dr Sanders holds clinics each day except Thursdays and works at both Penryn Surgery and Mawnan Smith Surgery. She is a trainer for our Physician Associate students and also the practice Child Safeguarding Lead.

 

Dr Christopher Walker (m)

BMBS DFSRH MRCGP

Dr Walker holds clinics on 3 days a week at Penryn and Stithians surgeries. He has interests in Mental Health and Dermatology.

Locum GPs: When our GPs are away from the surgery we may employ GP locums. These are fully trained and registered GPs. If you are asked to see one of our Locum GPs rest assured you will receive the same care and attention as you would from your own GP.

GP Registrars: Penryn Surgery is a training practice which means we have one or two GP Registrars working with us for 6 to 12 months at a time. A Registrar is a fully trained doctor usually with several years wide-ranging experience working in hospital before coming to General Practice. The training year is generally the final step before seeking a permanent post as a GP.

Medical Students, Physician Associate Students and Nursing Students: There are times when we have medical, PA and nursing students sitting in with the doctor or nurse - if you would rather be seen alone please do not hesitate to say so. The GP or Nurse may ask the student to lead the consultation as part of their training, but they will always do so under the supervision of a trainer and the outcome of a consultation will always be agreed between a patient and a GP/Nurse.

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