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Little Common

Dr Phillip Stocks

Dr_Phillip_Stocks.jpgMB BS MRCGP 2000 London

Special Interests:

  • Cardiology
  • GP Trainer
  • Royal College of GPs educational asessor
Dr Hayder Al-Shamaa

Dr_Hayder_Alshamaa_1.jpgMB ChB DCH MRCGP 1995 Baghdad

Special Interests:

  • COPD Lead
  • Palliative Care Lead
  • Children’s Safeguarding Lead
  • GP Trainer
Dr Binodh C Bhaskaran

Dr_Bhaskaran.jpgMBBS MRCS MRCGP 1997 Calicut

Special Interests:

  • Diabetes area lead
  • Orthopaedic & Musculoskeletal Diseases
  • Local Medical Committee Member


Dr Trushar Bavalia

Dr_Bavalia.jpgBA (Oxon) Physiological Sciences, MBBS 2001 London MRCGP DRCOG

Dr Richard Workman (m)



Dr Sally Baxter

SallyBaxter.JPGBM MRCGP DRCOG DFFP 1998 Southampton

Special Interests:

  • Family Planning

Old Town

Dr Javier Gonzalez-Polledo (m)

Dr_Gonzalez-Polledo.jpgLMS DRCOG DFSRH 1984 Santiago de Compostela – Spain

Special Interests

  • Sexual Health
  • Minor Surgery
  • St Marys school medical advisors
Dr Joanna Bayles (f)


  • St Marys school medical advisor
  • Diabetes Lead
Dr Georgina Rubery (f)

MBBS 2008 University of London                          

Childrens & Adult Safeguarding Lead

Special Interest: Cardiology                                                                  


Dr Matt Williams (m)

MBBS, PGD Dermatology, BA (hons), MRCGP (Brighton) 2009

Specialist interest: Dermatology

Clinical Lead in Anticoagulation

Dr Nathan Bailey (m)

MBBS MRCGP                                                                           


Dr Jason Barrow (m)

BSc MBBS London 2000 DCH MRCGP                                                                                                                                                 

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