|Dr Peter McEvedy MB BS 1984 (Newcastle)|
Married with 1 daughter
GP in Blyth since 1988
Interests & Hobbies:Classic Cars, Tennis, and Bassett Hounds
|Dr Carol Henderson MB ChB 1988 (Leeds) MRCGP |
Part-time partner 3 and a half days
GP in Blyth since 1993
Married with 3 boys
Interests & Hobbies:Cycling, Tennis and Walking
|Dr Nicola Shiell MBChB 2000 (Sheffield) MRCGP 2006 DCH 2003 DRCOG 2004|
Part time partner 3 days
GP in Blyth since October 2006
Married with 2 daughters
Interests and Hobbies: Plays for local netball club, horse riding, theatre and spending time with family.
|Dr Grace Watts|
Joined the practice on 16th December 2013
She has a special interest in Women’s Health and is currently working Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday morning and all day Friday.
Dr Watts previously worked at Walker Medical Group in Newcastle upon Tyne.
Dr Watts lives in Gosforth with her husband and two young sons.
|Dr Pepper Atkinson|
Joined the team on 1st January 2014
Dr Atkinson has a special interest in Womens & Sexual Health and also Child Health.
She currently works 3 full days, Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday.
Dr Atkinson previously worked in a GP Practice in South Shields, she lives in Seaton Delaval with her husband and baby daughter.
|Dr Helen Harman MRCGP DFSRH MBChB (2009, University of Manchester)|
Joined the practice 7th April 2015
Special interest in sexual health.
Married. Living in home town of Whitley Bay.
In spare time enjoys walking and cycling when weather allows.
|Dr Ruth Parr|
Part time salaried GP who works Monday,Wednesday and Thursday.
Joined practice in October 2015.
Special interests in diabetes and mental health.
Lives in home town of Whitley Bay with husband and two young sons.
Enjoys cycling, going to the cinema and spending time with her family.
Mean Earnings of all GPs in the practice
NHS England require that the net earnings of doctors engaged in the practice is publicised and the required disclosure is shown below. However it should be noted that the prescribed method for calculating earnings is potentially misleading because it takes no account of how much time doctors spend working in the practice and should not be used for any judgement about GP earnings, nor to make any comparisions with other practices. The average earnings for GPs working in the Station Medical Group in the last financial year was £69,268 before taxation and national insurance. This is for 1 full time GP and 7 part time GPs.
|Dr Rashmi Karle|
MBBS 2000, MRCA 2007, nMRCGP 2012
Part time GP since 2012.
Married with 2 kids.
|Dr Anne-Marie Cole|
MBBS Newcastle 2006
Married with 2 young children.
Living in Tynemouth.