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Doctors

Dr Jane Dempster (f)

MB BS DRCOG FFFP MRCGP Dr Dempster has been with the practice since 1994. She has a keen interest in family planning, all aspects of womens health and diabetes.  She is the senior partner at the practice.

Dr David Brown (m)
MA(Oxon), BMBCh, MRCGP Dr Brown qualified in 1991 from the University of Oxford he joined the Bourne Surgery in 1996. His specific medical interests are Diabetes and Chronic Disease Management.  He is also a GP trainer and trains and supervises medical students.
Dr Rebecca Reynolds (f)
BSc MBBS Dr Reynolds qualified in 1995 from St. Mary’s in Paddington and joined the Bourne Surgery in November 2000. She is drawn to the overall care of patients. 
Dr Fiona Lowen (f)

MBChb BSc Medsci DRCOG DFFP DGM DGM DPD MRCGP Dr Lowen replaced Dr Ibrahim after her retirement at the end of June 2012.  She works mainly at the Farnham Centre for Health, does 4 sessions per week and has a special interest in dermatology.

Dr James Wellham (m)

BSc Hons Genetics, MBBS MRCGP Dr Wellham replaced Dr Kefford when she left the Practice in May 2015. He graduated from University of Nottingham Medical School in 2008 and works mainly at the Farnham Centre for Health, and does 8 sessions per week.

Dr Claire Brown (f)

MRCGP MBBS Dr Brown graduated from University of London in 2006 and joined the Practice in May 2016. She has a special interest in women and child health. 

Dr Clare O'Dowd (f)

MBBS DRCOG DFFP MRCGP Dr O’Dowd is a part-time salaried GP who works at the practice for 2 days per week. 

Dr Claire Nowell (f)

MRCGP MRCOG MBChB Dr Nowell is a part-time GP retainer at the practice.

Dr Fiona Head (f)

MBChB FPC Dr Fiona Head joined the practice as a part-time salaried GP in April 2011.

Dr Niloufer Ebrahim (f)

MBBS Dr. Niloufer Ebrahim joined the practice as a part-time salaried GP in July 2014.

 
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