DOCTORS

Dr Julia Pallant - MB, CHB (Birmingham 1981) MRCGP, DCH, DRCOG 

Dr Pallant joined the practice in 1988. Her interests are child development and immunisation, ante-natal and post-natal care, family planning and menopause clinics. She works part-time. She is married with two daughters and a son.

Dr Louise Payne - MB, CHB, MRCGP (Dundee 1991), PGCE
Dr Payne joined the practice in January 2000 and she works full-time. Her interests are respiratory medicine/asthma, diabetes and cardiology. She undertakes training of medical students and is now a GP trainer involved in training GP registrars. Dr Payne is also a MRCGP CSA Examiner.

Dr Aunali Sibtain - MB, BS, MRCGP (2011)
Dr Sibtain joined the practice in August 2011. He became a partner in October 2012 and works full-time, he is married. His particular interests are diabetes and minor surgery. He speaks English and Hindi.

Dr Catharine M Humphrys - MA, MBBS, DRCOG, MRCGP, MSc, Syst Psych.Dr Humphrys joined the practice as a partner in January 2015. Her interests include Women's Health, and Child and Family Mental Health (she worked as a Family Therapist for 10 years). Dr Humphrys is also a GP Trainer and MRCGP Examiner. She works part time and has a daughter and a son.

Dr Ruth Sommerville - MB, CHC (Sheffield 1996), DCH
Dr Sommerville joined the practice in April 2002. Her particular interests are paediatrics and obstetrics and gynaecology. She works part-time and is married with two sons and one daughter.

Dr Carys Sonnenberg - MbchB, DCH,DRCOG, DFFP
Dr Sonnenberg joined the practice in November 2012.  She works part-time and is married with one son and one daughter.  Her particular interests are diabetes and Family Planning.

General Practice Registrars

The General Practice Registrar is a fully qualified doctor, who has already spent at least 3 years in hospital practice before training in General Practice. Before becoming a full-time General Practitioner (Principal), the General Practice Registrar has to spend at least one year working in a training practice. On occasions it may be necessary to video consultations, but this will only be done with your consent. (The examination of patients is never recorded).