Announcement: GP Retirement

Dr John Currie is retired from his role at the surgery.  


The Partners

Dr Helen Teare (f)

GMC No 3339057

MBBS (London 1989), MRCGP, Dip Obst.(Otago) DCH, DFSRH, DPD, D. Occ Health, DMEL

Dr Teare is Manx and worked as a G.P. in Wiltshire before joining the practice in 2010. In Wiltshire she also worked as a G.P. appraiser and as a champion for the Primary Care Research Network. She is a G.P. trainer and a member of the Isle of Man Research Ethics Committee. Her outside interests are music, yoga and hill walking.

Dr Thenral Anand (f)

GMC No 6075734


Dr Anand joined the practice in 2011 after completing her GP training in Birmingham. She has particular interests in Women's health, sexual health and family planning. She fits contraceptive implants and intra- uterine devices for contraception. She is training to become a GP trainer and is keen on teaching. Outside work, she enjoys travelling and is a cricket fanatic.

Dr Rebecca Greenslade (f)
Dr Oliver Ellis (m)

GP Trainees

In 2012 we were authorised as a Teaching Practice. We are only the second practice on the Island to achieve this. A teaching practice offers fully qualified doctors, with experience in hospital medicine, the opportunity to learn about the personal, primary and continuing care of patients and families that is General Practice. They will learn about the management of acute, chronic, recurrent and terminal illness in both the surgery setting and in the patient’s home. Their work in the surgery will also enable them to achieve the higher qualification of Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners – after passing the appropriate examinations.

During the placement, the trainee will see and treat patients in exactly the same way as the other doctors, but will always be supervised by a GP trainer. Like all doctors, the trainee, known as a GP Registrar, must meet the standards of care, competence and conduct set out by the General Medical Council. Sometimes a trainee will make video recordings of consultations, after first getting patients' specific consent. If you don't want a consultation videoed, that is perfectly acceptable and you may simply not sign the consent form.

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