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Staff Members

Doctors

Dr Julia Lloyd BSc MB ChB DRCOG DFFP (Birmingham 1990) Partner

Dr Lloyd has worked in General Medical practice since 1994 and has specialist knowledge in women's health. She is our Lead GP for sexual health, family planning,
learning disabilities and weight management, liaising closely with our practice nursing team on these issues. Dr Lloyd also represents the practice at the Evesham, Bredon, Broadway and Inkberrow GP Locality meetings and works closely with South Worcestershire Clinical Commissioning Group on projects such as Medicines Optimisation and Care home Alignment.

Dr Scott Perkins BSc MB ChB MRCS MRCGP (Manchester 1997) Partner

Dr Perkins has worked in General practice since 2008 and commenced his medical career as a orthopaedic surgeon in a large Manchester hospital.  He has specialist knowledge and skills in musculo-skeletal medicine and minor surgery. He is our Lead GP for respiratory and musculo-skeletal medicine and is also Joint Lead GP for palliative care with Dr Julia Lloyd. 

 

Dr Paula Cusack  MB ChB  (Sheffield 1998) Partner 

Dr Cusack qualified as a GP in 2003 and joined us in November 2014.  She went from a salaried post to full partner status in July 2015.  Dr Cusacks interests are paediatrics, gynaecology and family medicine in general. Dr Cusack also specialises in diabetes

 

Dr Sarah Griffiths MB BS MRCGP DFFP (London 1998) Salaried GP

Dr Griffiths has a special interest in respiratory medicine Women's Health and Family Planning.

 

Dr Elizabeth Forman  MB ChB MRCGP DCH (Sheffield 2007) Salaried GP

Dr Forman has a special interest in Paediatrics and is the Practice’s lead GP for Safeguarding Children.  

 

Dr Emma Mulraine MBCHB MRCGP BMedSci BDS DRCOG Salaried GP

Dr Emma Mulraine joined us in 2016 as a salaried GP

 

Dr Jane Jenyon MBBS MRCGP Salaried GP

Dr Jenyon started with us as a salaried GP in April 2017. 

 
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