|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|
MBChB(Birm) MRCGP DRCOG DSRHC
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|
MB BCh BMedSci MRCGP DRCOG DGM
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)|
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.