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From 1st May all telephone calls to and from the Practice will be recorded for Training and Monitoring Purposes


Dr Joanne Lowcock


Dr Lowcock qualified in 1990 and joined the Practice in 2000. She has special interests in Womens Health and Mental Health problems.  Dr Lowcock is a registered GP Trainer. Dr Lowcock works Monday to Wednesday each week.

Dr Ulrich Veltkamp


Dr Veltkamp qualified in 1992 and joined the practice in November 2011. He works Monday to Friday each week but finishes at lunch time on a Wednesday and Thursday. He enjoys walking and skiing and has a special interest in ethics and philosophy. He is also the linguist at the practice speaking a variety of languages.

Dr Veltkamp is a registered GP Trainer.

Dr Craig Morgan


Dr Morgan qualified as a GP in 2015.  After spending his final years training at the practice he was recruited as a Salaried GP.  He works Tuesday through to Friday each week, and has a special interest in child health as well as being a Govenor at a local High School.

Dr Busra Nalbant (f)

GP Registrar

GP Registrars

We have a GP Registrar who is a qualified doctor and has decided to work in General Practice. As part of their training they spend up to two years working in hospitals in different departments, usually before commencing work at a GP surgery. This is compulsory experience before becoming a GP. Registrars work closely with their appointed trainer, in our case either Dr Lowcock or Dr Veltkamp.

The Registrars will usually be working with us at the practice for up to 12 months. During that time they may wish to video record the consultation, which you will be notified of and asked for your permission to do so. This is strictly confidential and is for training purposes only. You may also be asked to complete a short questionnaire about your experience/consultation with the Registrar. Please be honest with your answers as this is valuable feedback for the Registrars and their trainers. This is an ideal opportunity for you to help in the development of future GPs.

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