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Doctors

Dr Rob Beckett (m)

MB ChB 1984 DRCOG  

Dr Beckett is taking a 12 month sabbatical to New Zealand where he is working as a GP. He will be back at Penryn Surgery in November 2017.

Dr Alison Best (f)

MbChB 1995 MRCGP DRCOG DFFP

Dr Best holds clinics on 3 days a week at both Penryn and Mawnan Smith Surgeries.

Dr Alison Best

Dr Ian Brown (m)

MB BS 1986 DGM DCH DRCOG

Dr Brown holds clinics on 3 days a week at both Penryn Surgery and Mawnan Smith surgery.

 

Dr Chrissie Dunne (f)

MB ChB 1991 MRCGP

Dr Dunne holds clinics on 3 days a week at both Penryn Surgery and Stithians Surgery.

Dr Thomas Hackett (m)

MBChb 2009

Dr Hackett holds clinics on 4 days a week at both Penryn Surgery and Mawnan Smith Surgery

Dr Charlotte Harvey (f)

MB BS 2007

Dr Harvey holds clinics on 3 days a week at both Penryn Surgery and Stithians Surgery.

Dr Jonathan Katz (m)

MB ChB 1991 BSC Hons DCH DRCOG MRCGP

Dr Katz holds clinics on 4 days a week at both Penryn surgery and Stithians surgery

Dr Ryan Jackson (m)

MB BS 2002

Dr Jackson holds clinics on 4 days a week at both Penryn Surgery and Stithians Surgery

Dr Jess Munro (f)

BSC Hons MBBS MRCP

Dr Munro holds clinics on 3 days a week at Penryn Surgery and Stithians Surgery.

Dr Kate Sanders (f)

 MB ChB 2006 MRCGP

 Dr Kate Sanders

Dr Sanders holds clinics on 3 days a week at Penryn Surgery and Mawnan Smith Surgery.

 

Dr Mike Paxton (m)

MB BChir 1974

Dr Paxton holds clinics on 3 days a week at Penryn Surgery and Mawnan Smith Surgery.

Dr Zoe Freeman (f)

BM 1994

Dr Freeman holds clinics on 1 or 2 days a week at Penryn Surgery.

Penryn Surgery also employs “locum” doctors from time to time in order to cover busy periods and holidays.

Penryn Surgery is a training practice which means we have a GP in training working with us for 6 to 12 months at a time. A GP in training 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. There are times when we have medical and nursing students sitting in with the doctor - if you would rather be seen alone please do not hesitate to say so.

 
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