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Doctors

Partners

Dr Peter Williams

MB BS MRCGP(2001) DFFP CertCLAM

'I qualified as a doctor in 1997 in London and trained as a GP in York. I started practicing in Bakewell in 2001.

I am married to Pamela and have 2 children. I am a Christian and an active member of my church. I enjoy travel and food and being outdoors. I have spent time in Africa starting up a clinic in Lesotho, helping with HIV amongst other problems, which is still serving the community there.

In the practice my interests are musculoskeletal medicine (joints and muscles), minor operations, and in being a doctor of broad interest. I am involved in medico-politics and am the Chairman of the Derbyshire Local Medical Committee.'

Dr Pauline Love

MBChB, DFFP, DCH, MRCGP

'I was born in Rotherham and qualified as a nurse working predominantly at Barnsley and then moved to become a Macmillan nurse in Rugby. I obtained a degree in Palliative Care and left Macmillan to study medicine in Sheffield. I qualified in 2003 and practiced in Solihull until obtaining a partnership in beautiful Bakewell.

I am married to lovely Lee and have lots of cats and a tortoise. I have a special interest in cancer and end of life care. I continue to work as a Macmillan GP for the local health community in a strategic role and teaching.'

Dr Izzy Clayson

MBChB, BSc (Hons), MRCGP

'I grew up in Yorkshire and trained as a nurse in Leeds, then worked in Bradford Royal Infirmary as a staff nurse in the Accident & Emergency department. I then studied medicine in Sheffield and my husband and I spent most weekends in the Peak District, which is why I am delighted to have been made a partner here in Bakewell.

At work I am particularly interested in caring for patients with dementia and I am responsible for the medicines management of the practice. My free time is spent competing and eventing with my horse, and walking our dog in the peaks.'

Dr Graham Todd

MBChB, BMedSci, DCH, (PGCE), MRCGP

'I was born in Essex at an early age and grew up in Sussex. I studied medicine in Sheffield, qualifying in 1994. After working in a variety of hospitals, mainly in A&E departments, and training to teach, I started GP training in Winchester in 2000, qualifying in 2003.

My wife and I moved to Buxton shortly after and have settled there. We have four children and are also involved in a local church.

I worked in Buxton for  7 years before joining Bakewell Medical Centre in 2012. My interests include GP support and education, minor surgery and anticoagulation.'

Dr Andrew Leviston

Bsc BM BS MRCP(2011) MRCGP

'I studied biochemistry at Sheffield before doing a period of research. I studied medicine at Nottingham University and qualified in 2008. Following this I have worked in Barnsley, Sheffield and Chesterfield hospitals in a range of specialties and completed my GP training in 2014.

In the practice I am interested in cardiology, diabetes and have been involved with our resuscitation procedures in the practice.

In my spare time I am a keen cyclist and dabble with running and climbing. I enjoy the cinema and cooking.’

Dr Kerrie Pope
Dr Julia Hippisley-Cox (f)
Dr Eleanor Ross (f)

GP Registrars

As a training Practice we have GP Registrars with us (normally two or three at any time). They are qualified Doctors carrying out specialist GP Training (as opposed to Hospital Doctor training) which is a three year programme. In their first and second years they will spend four months with us-some who are allocated to one of our GP Educational Supervisors (Dr Williams or Dr Love) will spend a four month period with us and then the whole of their final year.

Videoing Consultations

As part of their assessments, the GP registrars have to video some consultations to show the experienced GPs how well they communicate with patients. We will let you know and gain your consent if we are doing this but you are within your rights to say that you don't want this to happen.

 
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