|Dr Martin Crook (m)|
MA, MB, BS, MRCGP, DRCOG (Qualified in 1980)
Originally a Kentish man I grew up in Chichester before going up to Selwyn College Cambridge. I completed my medical training in East London at the Royal London Hospital before moving to Cheltenham where I met and married my wife Helen. We moved to Ledbury in 1986 when I joined St Katherine's Surgery and I have 4 children of which only the youngest is still at home.
I have a wide variety of medical interests and have been involved in commissioning and currently work with our patient group. Outside interests include walking, cycling, films, sailling and I have even been persuaded to take up running by my youngest daughter!
|Dr Kathryn Conway (f)|
MB, ChB, DCH, DRCOG (Qualified 1985)
I was born and spent my early childhood in Worcester. My family then moved to Glasgow where I continued my education before training at Dundee Medical School. I returned to Worcestershire in 1986 to complete my GP training before joining St Katherines Surgery as a partner in 1991.
I am married to Eugene and we have three children: Helen has just completed a degree in English Literature a, Sarah is in her second year studying Medicine, and Charlie is in his final year of school.
I am an avid reader and enjoy playing tennis, practising yoga, walking the family dog Elsa, and spending tmie with family and friends.
|Dr Wendy Hunter (f)|
MA, BM, BCh, DCH, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP (Qualified in 1985)
Wendy qualified from Oxford in 1985 and moved to Herefordshire in 1990. Her medical interests include women's health and medical education. She is married to Andrew, who is also a local GP, and they have two grown up children. Together they enjoy a variety of outdoor activities including walking their dog Wellington.
|Dr Chris Reese (m)|
MB, BCh, MRCP (Qualified in 1992)
Chris went to Cardiff University, qualifying in 1992. He then trained in Paediatrics and General Practice, working in Swansea, Adelaide (South Australia), Bristol and Cheltenham. He has been at St Katherine's Surgery since 2005 and a partner since 2007. He maintains his interest in Child Health and runs regular clinics. He is also the practice lead for musculo-skeletal problems and the designated GP for the Acquired Brain Injury Unit in Ledbury. Away from St Katherine's Surgery he works as a medical officer for Hereford and Worcester racecourses and Malvern showground.
|Dr Lisa Carpenter (f)|
MBChB, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP, DPD (Qualified 1998)
|Dr Verity Wilkins (f)|
I grew up in South Gloucestershire before training at Birmingham Medical School from which I qualified in the year 2000. I completed my GP Training in Dorchester in Dorset before working as a GP in the West Midlands and Worcestershire.
I joined St Katherines Surgery in 2011 and have recently taken over our Minor Operations Clinic.
I am married with 2 little girls and I enjoy walking, cooking and keeping fit when I have the time!
|Dr Gillian Flewers (f)|
BM, DCH, DRCOG, DFFP, MRCGP (Qualified in 1998)
I graduated in 1994 from Southampton University with an RAF Cadetship and continue to complete my GP training in the military by 1998. This allowed me the opportunities to spend time in the Falkland Islands and also Kuwait. Perhaps unusually, I met my husband whilst in the Falklands, who was also serving there at the time. After I left the RAF we had 3 boys and I worked for several years in a local surgery before we moved to New Zealand in early 2009. We lived the antipodean dream for nearly 5 years and have now returned to the UK to be nearer to family.
My medical interests are Child Health, Family Planning and Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
|Dr Andrew Wheeler (m)|
MBBS, MRCGP (Qualified in 2005)
I qualified from Imperial College London in 2005 and qualified as a GP in 2011. Since then I have worked all over Gloucestershire and southern Herefordshire, including a spell as a partner in Ross-on-Wye. I enjoy all aspects of general practice.
I am married and have two children. I enjoy keeping fit with British Military Fitness and going on obstacle races.
As an ex-Ledbury resident I am very pleased to keep my links with the town.