|Dr Frances E Harris|
MB BS DFFP
Registered 1989 London
Providing contraceptive, maternity and child health services and minor surgery in addition to general medical services.
Dr Harris studied at St George’s Hospital, London. For six years she worked in hospitals in the South and the Midlands before her vocational year in the Meon Valley. She joined the practice in 1999.
|Dr Daniel J Rushen|
Registered 1993 Southampton
Providing contraceptive, maternity and child health services in addition to general medical services.
Dr Rushen studied at Southampton, and worked in Poole, Dorset until 1999. He has a special interest in joint problems and minor surgery. He joined the practice in 2000.
|Dr Dean M Hatfull|
BM MRCP MRCGP
Registered 1995 Southampton
Providing contraceptive, maternity and minor surgery services in addition to general medical services.
Dr Hatfull initially trained in general and then specialist respiratory medicine at Southampton and Portsmouth. His special interests include education, registrar training, respiratory medicine, cardiology and elderly care. He joined the practice in 2001.
|Dr Corrin J Phillips|
BSc Hons MB ChB DCH DFFP DRCOG MRCGP
Registered 1995 Manchester
Providing contraceptive, antenatal, child health surveillance and minor surgery services in addition to general medical services.
Dr Corrin Phillips studied in Manchester. She worked in hospitals in Manchester, New Zealand, Southampton and Salisbury in various specialties before moving into General Practice. She has worked in General Practice for several years, initially in Salisbury and then in Hedge End.
Corrin has an interest in women’s health, paediatrics, and medical education; she fits coils and performs minor operations.
Corrin joined the Practice part time in May 2006.
|Dr Rosalind Reynolds|
MB ChB DRCOG DFFP MRCGP
Registered 1982 Birmingham
Dr Reynolds completed the Wessex Returner scheme in 2008 after a career break to raise her family. Prior to this she spent time as a partner in NHS General Practice.
Ros joined the practice part time in April 2009.
|Dr Kieran Gilmartin|
Registered 2002 Southampton
Dr Kieran Gilmartin studied at Southampton University and has served in the Royal Navy for 16 years gaining the rank of Surgeon Commander. He has travelled extensively while serving in the Royal Navy and has deployed to the Northern Arabian Gulf, Afghanistan and assisted in humanitarian situations such as in Lebanon in 2006. Kieran was previously a GP Registrar here at the practice in 2008 – 2009. He has an has an interest in men’s health, child health, medical education and minor operations.
Kieran joined the Practice in October 2015.
|Dr Kate Summers|
BMBS BMedSci MRCGP DCH DRCOG DEEP
Registered 1999 Nottingham
Will be working part time. Has experience of working in practices across Hampshire for the last 10 years. She studied in Nottingham and undertook further training in London before settling on the south coast with her family.
She has an interest in women’s health and child health and she fits coils, implants and undertakes joint injections. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her two children and husband, who is also a doctor, and playing tennis and cycling.
|Dr Alison Heppell|
Registered 1994 Leicester
Will be working half-time. As well as general medical services, she has a particular interest in diabetes and in palliative and end-of-life care.
She has two very active boys, and her husband Simon is currently serving in the military.
|Dr Athena Cotterill|
MBBCH MRCGP DFFP
Registered 1996 South Africa
Providing contraceptive, maternity and child health services in addition to general medical services
Athena completed her medical degree in south Africa in 1996 before moving to the UK to complete her general practice training. She has been living in Hampshire since 1999. She has worked as a GP in Basingstoke, Winchester and Southampton.
She has an interest in Diabetes, Family planning ( fits coil and subdermal implants), Child Health and Musculoskeletal medicine.
In 2004 the practice became accredited as a training practice for new GPs.
Dr Hatfull and Dr Phillips are the GP trainers. We will have GP registrars attached to the practice on a regular basis. Our registrars are fully qualified and have a great deal of hospital experience. Registrars are attached to the practice for 12 months and usually become general practitioners after completing their training. They are at all times encouraged to seek advice when required from the practice partners.
|Dr Emma Owens|
I qualified from Southampton University in 2012 with degrees in both medicine and biomedical science. I got married whilst a student and moved to Hampshire where I have stayed ever since! I have completed my foundation training in Southampton General Hospital where I experienced a wide variety of medical and surgical specialties. I have spent the last year at the QA hospital working in the Medical Assessment Unit and the Paediatric departments.
When I’m not at work, I enjoy running, singing, playing my violin and spending time with my friends, family and church.
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|Dr Nicola Wood (f)|
GP Registrar - On maternity leave
I trained at Cardiff University medical school and graduated in 2010. I worked for 2 years in Wales before moving down to the South coast. I worked in the Fareham Centre Practice as a Registrar until July 2015, before taking a 6 month sabbatical. I returned to the practice in February 2016 to complete my Registrar training.
My main hobbies are cycling in the South Downs and swimming.
|Dr Rachel Warr (f)|
After completing a degree in Biology at the University of Portsmouth, I went on to study Medicine at Norwich Medical School from which I graduated in 2012. I then completed my Foundation training at the Queen Alexandra Hospital Portsmouth, gaining experience in several different departments, including a general practice post in Gosport. I began my General Practice training in 2014, spending six months working in A&E at the Queen Alexandra Hospital and six months working in Old Age Psychiatry at Gosport War Memorial Hospital. I have now joined the Fareham Centre Practice after a period of maternity leave to continue my training as a GP Registrar