Doctors

Dr Richard Robbins

Practice Partner

MBBS MRCGP Peninsula Medical School 2008

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Dr Jonathan Lock (m)

JonPractice Partner

MBBS (University of Exeter) DCH MRCGP

Dr David Tinkler (m)

DavidPractice Partner

BMBS MRCGP Peninsula 2008

Dr Paul Herdman (m)

Practice Partner from 1st April 2022 

MBchB MRCGP Liverpool 2002

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Dr David Sugrue

DavidGeneral Practitioner

MBBS DGM MRCGP Charing Cross & Westminster 1988

Dr Rebecca Harling (f)

General Practitioner


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Mrs Tracey Brettell (f)

Advanced Nurse Practitionernot available

Marazion Surgery is an accredited Training Practice which means that we meet the high standards of clinical care set by the Peninsula Deanery to teach medical students and qualified doctors in their foundation and specialist years.


The Practice won the Excellence and Innovation in Clinical Teaching Team Award for 2022-2023 from the University of Exter Medical School. 


We currently provide placements for GP Registrars, who are qualified doctors training to specialise as General Practitioners.  We currently provide placements for medical students in years two, four and five from the University of Exter Medical School.


 


The GP Registrars are fully qualified doctors and have a great deal of medical experience. They are furthering their training to prepare for a career as a General Practitioner.  They are attached to the Practice for up to 12 months. If you are seen by a GP registrar, you’re still being seen by a qualified doctor, just one that hasn’t fully completed their GP training yet. They essentially do the same job as a normal GP but will be able to ask questions to another GP should they come across a particularly tricky case they’re not sure how to manage. A GP Registrar is responsible for diagnosing and treating various medical conditions, offering preventative healthcare advice, and managing long-term health conditions.


More information is available in the Appointments section of the website.

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