|Dr Graham P Cook (Partner)
MB, BS (Guys Hospital 1981), DRCOG, MRCGPDr Cook joined the practice in 1990. He has three adult children. He has a special interest in dermatology. He is a Racecourse Medical Officer at Ludlow Racecourse. He enjoys flying aeroplanes. This is a picture from when he joined in 1990. The same image is still very easily recreated when you visit him in practice.
|Dr James Harris (Partner)
MBBS (Guys Hospital 2005)
BSc, MRCP, MRCGP, DCH, DTM&H, PGA(MedEdu)Dr Harris worked in hospitals in both the UK and New Zealand before completing his training as a general practitioner in 2012 when he became a Partner here. He is a member of the Royal College of Physicians and has an interest in elderly care, joint pain and GP education. He has 3 young children and his wife is a Paediatric doctor currently training to be a GP too. He enjoys walking, football and tennis.
|Dr Caron Morton (Partner)
MBE, MBChB (Stellenbosch University 1997), MRCGP, DCH, DFFPDr Morton returned to the practice as a partner in 2016 and has a special interest in paediatrics, women’s health and mental health. She has a daughter and enjoys running, cooking and gardening.
|Dr David Mitchell
MBBS (King’s College London 2011 with pre-clinical years completed at Cambridge University)Dr Mitchell completed his final year of GP training at Station Drive Surgery in August 2016. We are pleased that he has joined the practice as a permanent member of our clinical team.
|Dr Laura Fisk
Dr Fisk is a Clinical Psychologist (doctor of psychology).“I work with all people of all ages, with all sorts of problems. This includes people with all kinds of mental health challenges, people living with the burden of chronic health conditions and people struggling to adjust to unexpected life circumstances”.Dr Laura Fisk is available on Wednesdays & Fridays, 9am – 5pm.See: http://www.ludlowadvertiser.co.uk/news/
| Dr Adrian Sztucki
Adrian is completing part of his GP training at Station Drive Surgery. Prior to commencing GP training he spent several years working in anaesthetics and intensive care.
|Dr Tola (Oyetola Oyegunle)
Tola is completing part of her GP training at Station Drive Surgery. Previously she worked at Kent and Canterbury Hospital Trust.
|Dr Deborah Shepherd
Deborah Station Drive Surgery for a session once a month to deal with complex family planning cases and also to provide advice, training to our nurses and to offer an expert intrauterine device (IUD) and Contraceptive Implant service for our patients. Appointments can be made direct.