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Dr Gillian French (f)

BMBS, 1990; MRCGP, 1991 Dr Gill French qualified in 1991 from Nottingham University.

She joined the Practice in 1994.

Gill's special interests are Gynaecology and Family Planning including coil fitting. 

Gill is an approved trainer for the Wessex Deanery and supervises registrar and other training doctor placements at the surgery.

Dr Iain Rock (m)

MB ChB 1991; D. Obst, RCOG 1995; MRCGP, 1997 Dr Rock was born in Stourbridge in the West Midlands and educated at Old Swinford Hospital. He qualified in 1991 from the University of Birmingham Medical School.

He has been a Partner at Mortimer Surgery since 1997.

He has a wide interest in family medicine but has a special interest and skills in sports, musculo-skeletal medicine and rheumatology.

He also greatly enjoys minor operations and dermatology.

Dr Nicholas Bradshaw (m)

BSC, 1992; MBBS 1993; MRCGP, 1999 Nick was educated in Lincolnshire and Kent before training at St Mary's Hospital Medical School from 1993 - 1997. During this time he also undertook a degree in History of Medicine which sparked a continuing interest in this area.

He joined the Mortimer Practice in May 2000.

His interests in Medicine include Chronic Disease Management, Evidence Based Medicine and Paediatrics. 

He is a trainer for the Oxford Deanery, regularly supervising registrar and other trainees during their placements with the surgery.

Dr Christopher Strang (m)

MB BS, 1981; D. Obst, RCOG 1986; MRCGP, 1985 Dr Chris Strang was born in Northumberland, educated at Shrewsbury School and qualified in 1981 at the Royal Free Hospital of Medicine in London.  

He has been a Partner in Mortimer since 1987 and has led Clinical Trial Research in the Practice since 2000, undertaking a number of trials in a variety of therapeutic areas.

He has special interest in Dermatology, Migraine and Terminal Care.

After many years as a full time Partner he has now taken a step down and currently works 2 days a week.


Dr Anna Pitt (f)

MBBS, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP, DPD. Dr Anna Pitt qualified in 1996 from Charing Cross & Westminster University of London. 

Anna joined Mortimer Surgery in 2012 and works part time. 

Her special interests are Dermatology and she is the lead in palliative care for the practice.

Dr Brian Tighe (m)

BSc, MBBS, DCH, DRCOG, MRCGP, Dr Brian Tighe qualified from Charing Cross & Westminster University of London in 1996, after completing a physiology degree at King's College London.

Brian was born in Manchester but moved south a long time ago.

He has taken over as Practice lead for Diabetes and Safeguarding and is particularly interested in the part new technology has to play in improving health.

Brian joined Mortimer Surgery in April 2016.

Dr Mark Green (m)

MB BS 2008, BMedSci 2007; MRCGP 2016.  Dr Mark Green was educated in Portsmouth before training at St Barts and The Royal London School of Medicine from 2002 to 2008.  He also undertook a degree in Molecular Medicine, with a side interest in Forensic Medicine at this time

Dr Green joined us at Mortimer Surgery in February 2017.

He has a number of medical interests which include Infectious disease, Physiology, Cardiology, evidence based practice, Musculoskeletal medicine and Diabetes.

Dr Jayne Harris (f)

MBBS MRCGP; Dr Jayne Harris qualified in 1988 and worked in the home counties before moving to Scotland for 10 years. She returned from Scotland and joined the surgery to work part time in October 2017.

Jayne has a special interest in paediatrics and child development, teenage and adult mental health and identity issues including adoption and LGBT.

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Dr Sam Nicholls (f)

Dr Sam Nicholls joined us at Mortimer Surgery in March 2017 as a Registrar.

Dr Trishna Odedra (f)

Dr Trishna Odedra joined us at Mortimer Surgery in August 2017 as a Registrar.  Trishna will be with us for 6 months.

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