|Dr Roger Scott (m)|
BSc MB ChB, DRCOG, MRCGP, Post Graduate Cert in General Practice
Dr Scott became a partner in the practice in 1998, having previously worked as a trainee GP. He trained at Manchester University then worked in hospitals in the North West region and in Australia before settling in Kendal.
He has been a General Practice Trainer supervising doctors in training at all levels for over 10 years. He has additional roles in the practice performing minor surgery and a wide range of joint injections.
Dr Scott also works for NHS Cumbria as a GP Appraiser which involves performing annual appraisals for GPs from other surgeries.
|Dr Susan Frost (f)|
Dr Susan Frost qualified at Leicester 1991, and has worked in Leicester and Manchester before becoming a Partner at Station House Surgery.
Her qualifications include MB ChB DFFP, Member of RCGP, Cumbria NHS MaternityList, Child Surveillance List.
She has special interests in Family Planning including fitting of coils, and women's health, and she is also a GP Registrar Trainer.
In her spare time she enjoys dog walking and cycling
|Dr Andrew Holme (m)|
Dr Andrew Holme qualified at Liverpool in 1993, and has worked in Standish, Wigan before becoming a Partner at Station House Surgery.
His qualifications include MBCLB, Cumbria NHS Maternity List, Minor Surgery List and Child Surveillance List.
He has additional roles in the practice performing minor surgery and joint injections, and is Lead GP for Asthma & COPD.
In his spare time he enjoys keeping fit by competing in Triathlons and he has completed an Iron Man twice!
|Dr Kathryn Morgan (f)|
Qualified Manchester 1987
MB ChB DRCOG MRCGP, DFSRH
Worked in Manchester (inner city) & New Zealand
Cumbria NHS Maternity List, Child Surveillance List, Contraceptive Services including fitting of coils and Implanon.
Special Interests: Reasearch & women's health.
Interests: cycling and Sailing
|Dr Bruce Helme (m)|
MBBS (Newcastle 2005) BMedSci (Hons) MRCP MRCGP DCH DFSRH
Dr Helme joined the practice in March 2016 as a GP partner. He has worked in Newcastle, Manchester and New Zealand, before completing his GP training in North Cumbria. On top of the enjoyable and varied workload provided by General Practice, he has special interests in cardiology, renal medicine, paediatrics and rheumatology (including joint injections).
Outside of work he enjoys cycling (road and mountain bike), squash, fell-walking and spending time with his young family. Dr Helme is practice lead for the dispensary and is actively involved in the South Lakes federation of GP Practices.
|Dr Beccy Greaves (f)|
GP Training in Carlisle; Qualified Newcastle-upon-Tyne 2001 MBBS; MRCGP; DRCOG
2005 - 2005 GP on North Cumbria
2009 - 2011 GP in New Zealand
2011 GP in South Cumbria
MBBS DRCOG MRCGP
Minor Surgery list, Child Surveillance List, Contraceptive Services,
Special Interests: Foundation Doctor Supervisor; Medical Student Training
Walking, Cycling, Music & spending time with my family
|Dr Sarah Williams (f)|
Qualified in Manchester 2008 MBchB; DFFP; MRCGP
Dr Sarah Williams completed her GP training at Lancaster and as a GP registrar with Station House Surgery as a salaried GP from October 2015.
She works 3 full days per week: Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
Interests include womens health and fitting of contraceptive coils and implants.
|Dr Alison Chambers (f)|
Dr Alison Chambers qualified in Newcastle Upon Tyne in 2004, and worked as a GP in the North East of England and Yorkshire before moving to Kendal in 2015. She also lived in Nepal for 6 months in 2013, and worked at a charity led clinic in the Everest region, treating trekkers, porters and locals. During her holidays, she has worked on a number of overseas expeditions as the group Doctor.
Her qualifications include nMRCGP, MBBS, DFFP, DTM+H and Dipderm. She has special interests in Dermatology, as well as travel and tropical medicine.
In her free time, she loves hiking, mountaineering and climbing and is also involved in the Scouting movement.
|Dr Sarah Price (f)|
Dr Sarah Price qualified at Hull York Medical School in July 2008 having previously worked at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary, Owen Road GP Surgery, St John's Hospice and Captain French Surgery
Her qualifications include MBBS, DRCOG, MRCGP, Paediatrics and Obs & Gynae
As well as having fun with her young family she also enjoys keeping fit with a mixture of orienteering, trail running, biking and recently trying out some triathlons!
|Dr Ali Malik (m)|
Dr Ali Malik is our Trainee Registrar Doctor who will be working on placement at Station House Surgery from February to August 2017