Dr Andrew GoodeMB BS, BSc, DRCOG DCH, MRCGP, GPEduc
Dr Goode, our Senior Partner, is based at our Woodcote Practice. He qualified at Guys Hospital London in 1989 having already gained a pharmacology degree.
He is a GP trainer, and has been Programme Director at the Reading & Newbury GP Training Scheme since 2001, responsible for overseeing the training of our next generation of GPs. He is also the Associate Dean, Oxford Deanery working in General Practice education 1 day per week
He is also a fellow and examiner for the Royal College of GPs.
Dr Simon MorrisMB ChB, DRCOG, MRCGP, JCPTGP Cert, Postgraduate Cert in Medical Teaching
Dr Morris is our executive partner and is based at our Goring Practice.
He runs a Memory Clinic Service which patients can be referred to by their usual GP
He is a GP trainer, developing the skills of hospital doctors to enable them to work as independent GPs.
He is an examiner for the Royal College of GPs.
Dr Ed Capo-BiancoMBChB, BSc, DCH, MRCGP (2010)
Dr Capo-Bianco is based at our Woodcote Practice. He qualified at Leeds University in 2005.
He provides joint injection therapy and minor surgery clinics for certain conditions.
Since 2017 he has spent 2 days per week working of the Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group as a Locality Clinical Director.
When not at work he spends time with his young family or can be found cycling in the Chilterns.
Dr Simon PettittMBChB BMedSc Pharmacology, DRCOG, MRCGP, Certificate in Diabetes Care
Dr Pettitt is based at our Goring Practice.
He qualified at Warwick Medical School in 2007, having already completed a Pharmacology degree at Birmingham University in 2002.
He is our dispensing and prescribing lead. He is responsible for one of our local care homes.
He is a GP trainer and a Medical Student tutor for Oxford University Medical School.
Dr Jessica ReedMB BS, BSc (Hons)
DRCOG MRCGP (2016)
Dr Reed is based at our Goring Practice.
She is our Practice CQC lead, making sure we are safe, caring, effective, responsive and well led.
She is responsible for one of our local care homes.
Dr Amanda GemmillMB BS, BSc (Hons)
DRCOG, DFSRH, MRCGP (2012)
Dr Gemmill is based at our Woodcote Practice.
She graduated from Imperial College London in 2006, also gaining a BSc in Healthcare Management.
She is a member of Oxfordshire LMC
She supports and supervises our visiting 4th Year Oxford University medical students
She is lead GP for Safeguarding adults and children.
She also runs our social media accounts and website helping keep our patients up to date.
Dr Anna MagnussonMBBS, BSc, DRCOG, DCH, MRCGP (2001) DFFP, Cert Med Ed
Salaried – GP
Dr Magnusson is based at our Goring Practice. She qualified at St Barts Medical School London in 1997, also gaining a BSC in Medical Psychology.
She has a special interest in medical education, being a GP trainer and spends part of her week running the Reading & Newbury GP Training Scheme since 2001, responsible for overseeing the training of our next generation of GPs.
She teaches qualified GPs in the Oxford Deanery, and through this has developed a special interest in stress and burnout. She is a qualified Coach and NLP practitioner, and uses these skill in her day to day work with patients too.
Dr Sally HarleyMBBS, BSc, MRCGP
Dr Harley is based at our Goring Practice. She graduated from Kings College, London in 2010 with distinction and also has a degree in Psychology.
She is responsible for a local care home and is skilled in managing complex elderly care.
She supports and supervises visiting Oxford University medical students and is currently working towards becoming a GP trainer
Dr Michael HillierMBBS, BSc, MRCGP (2012), DRCOG, Certificate in Diabetes Care
Salaried – GP
Dr Hillier is based mainly at our Woodcote Practice.
He graduated from St Barts & The Royal London Medical School in 2007 having already completed a degree in Biology.
Dr Hillier is our Lead Diabetes GP and runs our Diabetic Clinics
He provides joint injections and minor surgery procedures for certain conditions.
We are proud to be a training practice and our current Registrars are:
Dr Hannah Wright
Dr Tim Yang
Dr Heather McRobbie