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Doctors

Dr Stephen Jefferies (m)

MB, ChB (1980) Qualified from Liverpool University in 1980. He has an interest in child health, diabetes, mental health, and is a member of the Local Medical Committee. Works at Pensilva Surgery on Wednesdays.

Dr Graham Toms (m)

MB, BS (1984) MRCGP Qualified from University College Hospital in London 1984. He represents the Practice on the Cornwall Commissioning Group. He has an interest in ear nose and throat (ENT), and works at Bodmin Hospital ENT Department. He also works as an Occasional Expedition Doctor on trips abroad. Works at Pensilva Surgery on Thursdays.

Dr Emma Mantle (f)

MB, ChB (1995) Qualified from Bristol University in 1995. She has a special interest in cardiology. Works at Pensilva Surgery ad hoc days.

Dr Chris Gilbert (m)

MB, BS (1997) MRCGP Qualified from St Mary’s Hospital, London in 1997. He is interested in all aspects of General Practice and is involved in our research programme. Works at Pensilva Surgery ad hoc days.

Dr Bianca Yu (f)

MB, ChB(2002) MRCGP Qualified from Birmingham University in 2002. She is interested in all aspects of General Practice, with a special interest in family planning. Works at Pensilva Surgery on Mondays.

Dr Rehan Symonds (m)

MB, BS (2002) MRCSEd, MRCGP Qualified from University College, London in 2002. He has a special interest in minor surgery, joint injections and prescribing. Works at Pensilva Surgery ad hoc days.

Dr Ben Basterfield (m)

MBChB MRCP MRCGP Qualified from University of Birmingham in 2000. Enjoys all aspects of general practice with interests in elderly care medicine and palliative care. Works at Pensilva Surgery on Fridays.

Dr Lauren Baines (f)

MBBS London 2009, BMedSci, MRCGP, DFFP. Works at Pensilva Surgery Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Dr Jane Davis (f)

MB ChB Dundee, DRCOG, DFSRH, MRCGP. She works all day on Wednesdays

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