|Dr Fiona H Groom (f)|
MB ChB (Glasgow 1985) MRCGP DRCOG FPA Cert. PG Cert.
Dr Groom worked as a GP in Glasgow and Merseyside before joining Dapdune House Surgery in 1998 and has been a partner since 2004.
She previously worked in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Family Planning and is Women’s Health Lead for the practice.
As a GP trainer she teaches young doctors to become GPs and has a special interest in GP Education having gained a PG Cert in Education and Leadership at the University of Kent.
|Dr Caroline Sharpe (f)|
MB ChB (Birmingham 2002) MRCGP DRCOG MSc (SEM)
Dr Sharpe graduated from the University of Birmingham in 2002.
She continued her postgraduate training in the southeast and completed a Master's degree in Sports and Exercise Medicine from Queen Mary's, University of London before joining the practice as a Partner in 2013.
She enjoys all aspects of General practice and has a particular interest in musculoskeletal medicine.
|Dr Anna Williams (f)|
MB ChB (Hons) (Sheffield 1998) MRCGP DCH DFFP DRCOG
Dr Williams trained at Sheffield University and completed her GP training in Nottingham before moving to Hampshire then Surrey.
She first worked at Dapdune House Surgery on a temporary basis for the two years and joined the partnership in 2014.
She enjoys all aspects of primary care, with a particular interest in women's health. She also works as a GP appraiser.
|Dr Sarah Green (f)|
BA (Hons) MBBS (St George's) MRCGP MRCP DFSRH DRCOG
Dr Green graduated from St George's, University of London in 2010 and went on to complete her GP training in London before joining Dapdune House Surgery in April 2017.
She enjoys all aspects of family medicine and has a particular interest in women's health.
|Dr Molin Navamani (m)|
BSc (Hons) MBBS (London 1999) DRCOG MRCGP
Dr Navamani is a graduate of Guy's & St Thomas' Hospital. His subsequent training in General Practice occurred, principally, in Epsom and Leatherhead. He has since worked for a number of years in Partnership in Kew.
His many interests include Men's Health and Medicines Management which ensures patients have safe and effective use of medicines.
|Dr Matt Clapham (m)|
MBBS MA (Cantab) MRCGP (2016)
Dr Clapham graduated from the University of Cambridge in 2008 and King’s College London in 2011. He completed his GP training and worked in London before joining Dapdune House Surgery in April 2019.
He enjoys all aspects of general practice with a particular interest in evidence-based medicine and the optimisation of clinical guidelines for GP’s.
|Dr Mark Galliver (m)|
BA (Hons) Warwick BMBS (BSMS) MRCGP
Dr Galliver graduated from Brighton and Sussex University in 2014 and went on to complete his GP training in Guildford. He was a trainee at Dapdune House Surgery before joining as a Salaried GP in August 2019.
He enjoys all aspects of general practice.
|Doctors in Training|
This practice has been accredited as being suitable for the training of those doctors intending to become general practitioners.
This means that the practice and doctors have had to achieve a number of standards which have been assessed by the GP Deanery for Kent, Surrey and Sussex, acting on behalf of the national organisation (the Postgraduate Medical Education Board)
These are some points for your information:
- Those doctors training to become GPs are called GP registrars. They are employed by the RSCH, under the supervision of one of the partners here, who has qualified as a GP trainer.
- The GP registrar is a fully qualified doctor who is likely to have a lot of experience of hospital medicine.
- Sometimes other doctors are also trained and supported in the practice.
- If you are seeing this doctor you can expect to receive the quality of service you would from your own GP. If you have any concerns please mention this to a member of staff.
- In order for the GP registrars to successfully complete their training they need to be assessed on their consulting skills. This is done by the appointed assessors viewing a video of the registrar’s consultations. You may be asked for your permission to have your consultation recorded in this way. If you agree, you will need to give your written permission and there is a consent form available at the reception desk, which you will be offered. If the doctor appears to be recording your consultation and you have not signed a consent form, then you should indicate this to him or her immediately. The recording will be used for educational purposes only. Further information about this process and the confidentiality of it, can be obtained from the reception staff.
The Practice also contributes to the training of medical students or school students on work experience. Sometimes you may be asked if you object to a student “sitting in” with your doctor. You are quite entitled to decline, but your co-operation would be appreciated.