|Dr Ian Barrow (m)|
Senior Partner, MB BS, BSc (Hons), DRCOG, RCGP, FFP, (GMC: 820031), Qualified 1983 St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London, GP training in Cumbria.
Joined Tilehurst Surgery as a Partner in 1987.
Special interests include Palliative Care and Mental Health Act assessments.
Responsible in the practice for overseeing the computer system, quality in prescribing and clinical governance.
Represents North and West Reading CCG on prescribing committees.
|Dr Nikolas Markert (m)|
SEM, DFFP, (GMC: 4145756) Qualified 1992 University of Hamburg.
Postgraduate training in UK from 1993 until 1999, including General Surgery/Urology, General Medicine, A&E, Psychiatry, Paediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Dermatology, General Practice and Anaesthetics.
Joined Tilehurst Surgery in 1999, and became a Partner in 2000.
Special interest in family medicine, minor surgery and contraceptive implants.
|Dr Judith Coleman (f)|
MB, ChB, DCH, DRCOG, DFFP, MRCGP, DTM&H, (GMC: 4034092). Qualified 1993 Liverpool.
Special interests in child health, family planning, minor surgery, HRT and women’s health.
|Dr Lada Jamnicky (f)|
MBChB, BSc (Hons), MRCPCH, MRCGP, DFFP, (GMC: 4443289)
Qualified 1997 Edinburgh.
Lada initially embarked on a career in Paediatrics before seeing the light and switching to General Practice.
She joined Tilehurst Surgery in 2004 as a trainee under Dr Boulos and became a Partner in 2006.
Lada became an approved trainer for the Oxford Deanery and welcomed her first GP trainee in 2016.
In addition to medical education, Lada's interests are child and women's health including coil and implant fitting.
|Dr Doon Lovett (f)|
BSc, MBBS, DRCOG, MA TexCon, MRCGP (GMC: 2924083), Qualified 1984 St Thomas's Hospital, London.
After initial thoughts of following a career in palliative care, Doon qualified as a GP in 1990, working in Chichester and Haslemere.
A break from working as a GP to bring up her family allowed her to retrain as a textile conservator in 2001.
She returned to General Practice, joining Tilehurst Surgery in 2007 and became a Partner in 2015. Her medical interests are rheumatology, family planning, depression & palliative care.
Doon has been instrumental in identifying and supporting carers, sits on the PPG & is passionate about 'old fashioned holistic' GP care.
In addition she works as an appraiser, conducting GPs' annual appraisal which is designed both for revalidation & relicensing as well as aiding professional development
|Dr Elena Griffin (f)|
MBBS, BSc, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP, (GMC: 4643278), Qualified 1999 University College London. GP training in Reading and Crawley.
Elena joined Tilehurst Surgery in June 2005 and became a Partner in 2017.
Her special interests include Long Term Conditions and the mentoring of the Nursing team and Pharmacist.
Elena is interested in all aspects of family medicine.
|Dr Nicola Hunt (f)|
MB ChB 2000, MRCGP, DFFP, PG DipTher, (GMC 4704535) Qualified 2000 Glasgow University.
Special interest in Diabetes.
Nicola spent 5 years working in hospitals before doing her GP registrar training in Knutsford. She has worked in Australia, England and Scotland and moved to Reading in 2012.
She has done a postgraduate diploma in Therapeutics and has a special interest in diabetes.
Nicola joined Tilehurst Surgery in 2015 and oversees the treatment of Diabetic patients at the Surgery.
|Dr Jacqui Mayer (f)|
BA Cantab 1998, MB BS, DCH, DRCOG, MRCGP, DFSRH, (GMC: 602902) Qualified 2001 Imperial College, London
Jacqui spent time working in a remote community in Tanzania, held junior doctor positions at a number of hospitals in London and the South East, and spent a year working in Sydney, Australia.
Her rotation included posts in general medicine and surgery, dermatology, palliative care, cardiology, paediatrics, obstetrics and gynaecology.
Jacqui joined Tilehurst Surgery in 2013 and her special interests include child health, women's health and the care of patients with learning disabilities.
|Dr Charlotte Tyler (f)|
BMBS, BMedSci (Hons), MRCGP, DRCOG, DCH, DFFP, (GMC: 4667283)
Qualified 1999 Nottingham University and did her GP training with the Oxford Deanery.
Charlotte joined Tilehurst Surgery after completing GP training in 2005 and now works as Salaried GP.
Her special interests include family planning and acupuncture and she is also currently involved in teaching Oxford medical students.
|Dr Alastair Petter (m)|
MBBS 2001, MRCGP, (GMC 6042306) Qualified Imperial College, London 2001
Following qualification, Alastair spent his first 4 years in General Medicine before moving into anaesthetics/ intensive care medicine for 8 years. Alastair has now moved specialities to settle in General Practice.
He joined Tilehurst Surgery in 2016 and has a special interest in paediatrics and geriatrics