Dr Louise Mottram

MB ChB DFFP DRCOG MRCGP University of Liverpool (2002)

I qualified from University of Liverpool in 2002. Subsequently training as a GP in Herefordshire. Joined the Practice as a Partner in 2008.

Dr Alastair Garner

MB ChB MRCGP MRCS University of Birmingham (2002)

I qualified from Birmingham in 2002. I have a special  interest in mens health, cardiovascular medicine, elderly medicine including dementia. I am married and have 3 young children and enjoy all sports in my spare time.

Dr Hannah Deer

MB BCh DRCOG DFSRH MRCGP University of Wales (2003)

I qualified in 2003 after training in Cardiff. I enjoy all aspects of General Practice but have a specialised interest in Women's Health, particularly Contraception and I am qualified to fit coils and Implants. I am also the trainer in the Practice and am  responsible for supervising the trainee GPs that we have with us. I am married with 2 young children and enjoy walking in my spare time.

Dr Joanna Goodman


I have been a GP for more than 25 years previously   practising in Wyre Forest, Sandwell and South     Worcestershire. My interests include Gynaecology, sexual health and contraception, diabetes, musculoskeletal conditions and ophthalmology. I love 'the cradle to grave' ethos of General Practice and am committed to high quality primary care. I enjoy being able to offer some more specialised clinical techniques e.g. iucd/ius fitting and management, nexplanon fitting and management, endometrial pipelle biopsy and joint injections.

Dr Richard Walthew


Originally from Cheshire and trained in Cardiff, I spent 19 years in Practice in London and joined the Nunwell Team in 2016. I have particular interests in Teaching and Narrative Practice. I enjoy creating and appreciating art and walking for pleasure.


Dr Rob Steven

MB ChB DRCOG University of Liverpool (1993)

Dr Adaeze Ojukwu (f)

Training Doctors

The practice often employs and trains qualified doctors reaching the completion of their post-graduate training.

Students occasionally visit the Practice as part of their training.  If a student is with the doctor you will be informed of their presence and you may request to be seen alone if you would prefer it.

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