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MB BS MRCGP DCH (1982 Nottingham)
Dr Foster is a traditional GP enjoying work with patients and their families in a close community and enjoys particularly the continuity of care this allows. He lives locally with three grown-up daughters.
Dr Foster is the senior partner and practice lead for GP Commissioning and our liaison with South Worcestershire Consortium (Commissioning Group) as well as the Information Governance lead and Safeguarding Lead for Adults and Children.
Dr Gunther lives locally in Tenbury Wells. He is originally from Germany. He is a keen gardener and is responsible for the colour you see around the practice! Dr Gunther runs the Diabetic Clinic along with Dr Hall and also has a particular interest in minor operations.
MD, MRCP, MRCGP, DFSRH (Freiburg, Germany 1992)
Dr Groning is originally from Germany and has been living in the area for several years. She is married with a child and has a smallholding where she looks after her pigs, chickens, horses and dogs. She still has time for patients!
Qualifying as a Consultant Gastroenterologist in 2004 before re-training as a General Practitioner. Dr Groning maintains an interest in problems related to nutrition, liver and bowels. Qualified to fit Nexplanon (contraceptive implant) and coils for family planning. She is also the prescribing lead for the surgery.
She is our QOF, CQC lead and is the Keele Medical Student Mentor Lead.
MBChB (2009 Birmingham) MRCGP
Dr Conquest completed his GP training in Worcestershire. He performs minor surgery, joint injections and also offers a dermoscopy service to examine moles and other skin problems in more detail. He is the lead GP for care homes and also represents the surgery as part of the PCN (Primary Care Network).
Dr Conquest is the lead undergraduate tutor and will often be working with student doctors from Keele Medical School.
MBBS, MRCGP, DFFP
Dr Rebecca Hall is a salaried GP with ourselves. Dr Hall lives locally with her husband, three dogs and four horses. She has been an active member of the local riding club and competes regularly in dressage and eventing.
Occupational Interests - Family planning, fitting coils and implants. Completed University of Warwick Diploma of Diabetes and will share running the diabetic clinic with Dr Gunther.
MRCGP MSc DRCOG DCH DFSRH MB BChir MA MEng
Dr Wood is a salaried GP with ourselves. Dr Wood lives locally with her husband and young son. She enjoys all aspects of General Practice but is particularly interested in gynaecology and mental health. Dr Wood is also involved in medical education and regularly lectures on professional development courses for primary care colleagues. She also works as a Senior Clinical Lecturer at Aston University Medical School.
Mary is our Advanced Nurse Practitioner and Nurse Team Manager.
MSc Advanced Clinical Practice, RGN, Independent Non-Medical Prescriber
Mary offers on the day appointments for urgent and acute illness, alongside the Duty GP. She also helps the GP team with urgent home visits. Patients can make a pre-bookable appointment to discuss worsening symptoms or routine care of their long-term condition.
Patients under the age of 16 should be seen by their GP.
Senior Practice Nurse: RGN, RSCN, Dip ORTH, Dip PN, Dip Diabetes
Special Interests: Paediatrics, Diabetes, Chronic Disease Management.
Diploma Level 3 Health and Social Care
Tanya is available daily for blood tests, routine blood pressure recording, Ear irrigation, basic wound care, stitch and staple removal, ECG’s as well as assisting the GPs and Practice Nurses.
Private Medical & Insurance Administrator
Practice Medicines Co-ordinator
Practice Medicines Assistant
The community nurses have a close working relationship with the practice. They are based at Tenbury Community Hospital.
Drug and Alcohol Worker