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Dr Richard Cribb (m)

MB ChB DRCOG MRCGP Qualified 1983 Liverpool

Surgeries: Tuesday, Thursday and Friday

Dr Ann Lowman (f)

BM DRCOG Qualified 1987 Southampton

Surgeries: Monday and Wednesday

Dr Susan Wright (f)

MA MB BChir DRCOG MRCGP Qualified 1989 Cambridge

Surgeries:  Tuesday and Thursday

Dr Anna Cross (f)

MB ChB DCH DFFP MRCGP Qualified 2000 Bristol

Surgeries:  Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

Dr Paul Webb (m)

BM BS BMedSci MRCGP DFSRH Qualified 2005 Nottingham

Surgeries: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday

Dr Ben Saunders (m)

Dr Saunders qualified as a doctor at Imperial College, London and prior to and during his GP training he spent a number of years working in hospitals gaining experience of different specialist departments. 

Dr Saunders will be working all day Monday, Thursday and Friday and on Tuesday mornings

Dr Jane Stebbing (f)

MA MB BS DRCOG DCH Qualified 1984 London

Surgeries: Monday, Thursday and Friday

Dr Marie Dodd (f)

Dr. Marie Dodd is now an employed GP with us at Alresford Surgery.

Her usual surgeries run: Monday and Wednesday 

Dr Amy Chandler (f)

Dr Chandler will be joining us in March 2018 as a GP trainee.  Dr Chandler is a fully qualified doctor who has worked in a number of hospital departments before starting her GP specialist training.  Dr Chandler works every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and will be increasing her skills and experience in primary care.

Dr Anne He (f)

Dr. He is a trainee doctor joining us for 6 months as part of her GP specialist training.
She is a fully qualified doctor who has spent some years working in hospitals and is in her last phase of GP training.

Dr William Roffey (m)

Dr. Roffey is a trainee doctor joining us for 6 months as part of his GP specialist training. 
He is a fully qualified doctor who has spent some years working in hospitals and is in his last phase of GP training.

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