|Dr Jonathan P Heatley (m)|
MBBS (1980) MRCGP MA DCH DPD DGM DRCOG
Dr. Heatley with his wife as Practice Manager began Holbrook Surgery in 1995 in a portakabin on Tylden Way. They have three boys.
Dr. Heatley's medical interests include dermatology & minor surgery.
|Dr Paul M Woods|
MBBS (1991) MRCGP DFFP
Dr. Woods was one of the founder partners in the practice, having started in January 1996. He is married to a nurse, has two daughters.
His special medical interest is in neurology.
|Dr Nadia Ziyada|
MBChB (1984) MRCGP DO (1990) MRCOphth (1990) DRCOG DFFP
Dr. Ziyada joined in April 1998. Married with two children.
Special interests in eye diseases, women's health and family planning.
|Dr Hwa-Lon Liu|
MBBS (1995) MRCGP BSc DRCOG DFFP PGDipENT
Dr. Liu joined the practice in February 1999. He is married and has 2 daughters.
His special interests are in ENT, minor surgery & information technology.
|Dr Preet Singh|
MBBS (1988) MD MRCP
Dr. Singh joined us in February 2006 as a salaried GP & became a full-time partner in September 2012. He was a registrar here in 2004. His wife is a consultant psychiatrist and they have a daughter.
Special interests in cardiology & general medicine.
|Dr Anisha Patel|
MbChB (2002) MRCP DFFP DRCOG MRCGP
Dr. Patel trained at the practice and joined us as a salaried GP in September 2015, and became a part-time partner in October 2016. Her husband is a Consultant Gastroenterologist and she has 2 children.
Her specialist interests are Family planning and Respiratory Medicine.
|Dr Camilla L C Anderson|
BM (2005) MRCGP DCH DRCOG
Dr. Anderson joined us in September 2012 as a salaried GP, after completing her GP registrar training with us. She is married.
Her special interest is in respiratory medicine.
We have a GP trainer in the surgery- Dr Woods- and will from time to time have GP Registrars attached. We also occasionally have Medical Students that will be sitting in with the GPs. You will always be informed of new registrars and students when they are sitting in surgeries.
For further information on GP training practices see leaflet in the surgery waiting room.
|Laurence Woolley (m)|