|Dr Marion Steiner (f)|
My training was at Guy’s Hospital, London, qualifying in 1985. I always wanted to be a family doctor and what I enjoy most is listening to our patients' stories. I joined the practice in 1996, and am involved in teaching medical students and overseeing prescribing, working closely with our practice pharmacist. I am interested in the connection between creativity and health, and complimentary therapies, using acupuncture for some musculoskeletal problems. I am also a medical officer at Badminton School, and work sessions for the Brisdoc out-of-hours service.
|Dr Matthew Goldie (m)|
I grew up in Bristol and have been with the practice since 2002. I trained in London and did most of my hospital jobs in the London area. I look after practice safety and efficiency including IT. I train doctors to become GPs as well as teaching medical students within the practice. I am a keen walker and cyclist and also play in a local orchestra.
|Dr Janette Treagust (f)|
I qualified as a doctor in 1988 after training at University College London and have lived and worked in Bristol since 1990. I trained as a GP in 1992 and joined the practice in 2001. As well as being trained as a GP I am also accredited as a public health doctor and still have a strong interest in how people can be helped to keep themselves healthy, both at an individual and community level. I am a firm believer in the importance of providing good quality NHS care through GP services.
|Dr Kirsty Alexander (f)|
I came to medicine late in life having done a whole range of other jobs before. I trained in Bristol and I am both a GP and a Public Health doctor. I really enjoy seeing people in the context of their whole lives. My preference is to work alongside people so that they retain control of their own health and well being , and of any care they require, as much as possible. I am keen that we have more GPs and other staff for the future so take an active part in teaching and training I am also keen to ensure that we have good quality services for those in need in our community. I work with our local commissioning group to do this.
|Dr Helen Leigh (f)|
GP Partner at Southmead & Henbury Family Practice.
|Dr Catherine Vassallo (f)|
I qualified as a gp in 2012 after working and training in Liverpool. Following this I moved back to my home city of Bristol and have worked at
the practice since 2013. I enjoy the variety of conditions we deal with as gp's and getting to know patients and their families.
In addition to working at the surgery I also teach medical students from the university of Bristol.
|Dr Claudia Wegner (f)|
|Dr James McShea (m)|
I studied medicine in Queens University Belfast. Since then I have gained experience in different specialties working in Northern Ireland & Melbourne before undertaking GP training in Gloucesteshire. I qualified as a GP in July 2018 & my interests include ENT, sports related injuries and health promotion. I play Gaelic football & also enjoy cooking/eating, exploring the South West & our family trips back to Ireland.
|Dr Charlie Kenward (m)|
I grew up in Sussex and moved to Bristol for medical school, graduating as a doctor in 2010. After that I worked in Bath and London where I completed GP training and a Master’s degree in Public Health, before returning to the great city of Bristol. I love being a GP because of the variety and my particular interests are in skin problems and paediatrics. As well as working as a GP my other job is in health system planning, which is all about trying to improve the health of our whole population. In my spare time I enjoy getting outdoors with my young family, particularly if swimming is involved.
|Dr Kirsty Dolphin (f)|
I qualified as a doctor in 2014, graduating from the University of Leicester and moving straight to Bristol to start my career. I joined the practice in November 2019 after completing my GP training and have a particular interest in health inequalities, dementia and learning disability. In my own time, I love reading, exercise and being outdoors come rain or shine!