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Doctors

Dr CHRIS N. M. LANGLEY (m)

 Chris Langley 

MB BS DRCOG MRCGP

Dr Chris Langley qualified at St Thomas’s Hospital London in 1992 and completed his general practitioner training at the Royal Berkshire Hospital.

He joined the practice in 1998 as a full-time partner. His particular areas of clinical interest are diabetes, men’s health and skin conditions. He actively represents the practice at the South East Oxfordshire locality commissioning meetings.

He has been the Senior Partner at the Bell Surgery since 2014.

He enjoys living locally with his wife and six children.

Dr SHELLANI KNIGHT (f)

 

MBBS; BSc Hons Immunology; MRCP; MRCGP PGCE in Med Education

Dr Knight qualified in Medicine in 1998 acquiring a BSc Hons in Immunology along the way. She completed her GP training in 2004 and worked in London before moving to Henley in July 2013. She was appointed a partner at the Bell Surgery in February 2014.

Her clinical interests include joint injections, immunology and allergy. She completed her PGCE in Medical Education in London in 2012 and became an approved GP Trainer for the practice in 2015. She oversees CQC and finance for the practice.

Dr Knight works Part-time: Mondays and Wednesdays. Whilst not at work, Dr Knight spends her time exercising a lot and looking after her three young daughters.

Dr TAMARA CUNNINGHAM (f)


MBChB, MRCGP, DRCOG, PGCME

Dr Tamara Cunningham qualified as a doctor in 1993 from the University of Cape Town. She went on to complete her GP training in 1999 on the Oxford GP training scheme. She was a GP at a neighbouring medical practice for 13 years before joining us here at The Bell Surgery in 2014.

She enjoys the diversity of General Practice and is particularly interested in Diabetes, Respiratory Medicine, Child Health, Women's Health, Psychiatry and Care of the Elderly. 

Dr Cunningham is a GP trainer and a Programme Director for the Reading and Newbury GP training scheme.

Dr NICOLE DOLING (f)

Dr Doling

BMedSci BMPS MRCP MRCGP DRCOG PGCert Medical & Dental Education.

 

Dr Doling qualified at Nottingham University in 2002 and after hospital medicine and GP training in South London she moved to Oxfordshire in 2009 where she worked as a GP in Wheatley, South Oxford. She has a special interest in medical education.

 

Dr PETER REYNOLDS (m)

Peter Reynolds

MBBS, BSc (Hons), MRCGP

Dr Reynolds qualified at Imperial College London in 2011 and completed his GP training in the Oxford deanery area. He joined the practice as a full-time Partner in 2016. His clinical interests include dermatology, ENT and joint injections. He is the practice safeguarding lead and is responsible for a local care home.

Outside of work he enjoys quality time with his wife and two children, tries to squeeze in a little bit of time to exercise and is heavily involved in his church activities.

 

 

Dr SARAH WATERMAN (f)


Dr Sarah Waterman


BSc (Hons) MBBS DRCOG DFFP MRCGP

Dr Sarah Waterman qualified at Imperial College in 2001. She moved to Oxfordshire in 2006 having completed her GP training and worked as a GP in Abingdon for 10 years. She joined the practice as a part-time GP in 2016 and her particular interests include womens' health, paediatrics and safeguarding.

She enjoys exploring the local countryside with her husband, two young daughters and Border Terrier and has been known to go for a run if the weather is good.

Registrars (m)
Dr JACK HODGE (m)
Dr MATT NORMAN (m)

Dr Matthew Norman (MB ChB MRCGP) qualified from Manchester Medical School in 2010, and then worked in hospitals across the Oxford Deanery. On moving to Australia in 2012 he worked in a Disabled Veterans Hospital in Queensland, before returning to the UK and to General Practice.

He spent his final GP training year at The Bell Surgery and was delighted to be asked to stay on as a Partner. His special interests include Men’s Health, Care of the Elderly, Respiratory Medicine, and Mental Health.

When he is not at the surgery, he may be caught listening to the cricket, playing football or spending time with his wife.

 

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