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Dr Robert Chapple (m)

Dr R Chapple
MB, ChB, DRCOG, MRCGP, AFOM Dr Chapple qualified from Sheffield University Medical School in 1986, After higher medical training in both hospital and general practice, he spent three years in Industry as an Occupational Physician. He has four children. His clinical interests include dermatology, paediatrics, asthma care and occupational health.

Dr Adam Gillett (m)

Dr A Gillett
MB, BCh, MRCGP, DRCOG, DCH Dr Gillett qualified form the University of Wales in 1995. He has two children. His clinical interests include minor surgery, dermatology, sexual health and child health. He is also involved in the IT side of the surgery.

Dr Meri Borras (f)

Dr M Borras

LMS MRCGP Dr Meri Borras.

Qualified from the University of Barcelona in 1998. She has two children. Her clinical interests include Dementia and Care of the Elderly, Dermatology, Women's Health and Paediatrics. She speaks Catalan, Spanish, Italian and English. In her free time she enjoys travelling, running and the outdoors.

Dr Alice Brand (f)

Dr Brand qualified from Leeds University in 1989. She has 3 teenage children. Her interests include family planning and substance misuse. She is a keen runner, and enjoys seeing sports related injuries.

Dr Sunil Srivastava (m)

Dr S SrivastavaDr Srivastava qualified in 1987 from GSVM Medical College in Kanpur, India. He has two children aged 22 and 11. He worked for many years in orthopaedics before settling in general practice. His interests include child care, cardio-vascular disease and musculo-skeletal medicine. In his free time he enjoys reading books.

Dr Emma Penny (f)

MBBS, BSc Nutrition, MRCGP, Dip Child Health. Dr Penny qualified from University College London in 1989. After completing her GP training in Aberdeen she worked in a number of practices in and around Gloucestershire. More recently she has been working for the GP Out of Hours services in both Gloucestershire and Worcestershire. She has 5 children and 2 step-children. Her professional interests include Child Health, Palliative Care and Medical Politics.

GP Registrar

Most years St George's Surgery has a doctor who is in their final training to become a GP. These are fully qualified doctors who have gained experience in hospital medicine, but are now gaining general practice experience. They are an integral part of our team and will be seeing patients in the surgery and at home. Drs Chapple & Borras are our GP trainers and oversees their training. Part of the Registrar's training and assessment requires the use of video evidence of their consultation skills. On occasions we will request that consultations with the Registrar be video recorded. This will only be done with your explicit written consent, obtained at the time of the consultation. Physical examinations will not be recorded and the camera will be switched off on request. At the end of the consultation, further consent will be requested, and if you are unhappy in any way, the recording will be erased. Recordings will only be viewed by the Registrar, their trainers and perhaps an external examiner. The tapes are eventually erased. Doctors who are interested in our scheme can find out more information from the excellent website of our local V.T.S. 

Dr Harri Rees(F) is our training doctor this year. She is doing an attachment with us as part of their junior doctor training.

We train either GPST doctors - these are qualified Doctors who are training to become GPs. Drs Rees & Tucker are GPSTs. In addition we train "F2" doctors - These doctors have been qualified for a minimum of one year, but not all will go on to become general practitioners. All doctors now are required to have experienced 3 months of general practice before receiving specialist training in their chosen careers. We would be happy to chat and answer any GP Registrar related questions if you are interested in joining our practice for your registrar attachment.

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