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Guardian Medical Centre is a friendly and forward thinking GP training practice. We may have other doctors working with us either on a long-term or part-time basis and also locum doctors. These are all capable doctors who work fully within the practice policies and procedures.

Dr Margaret Kerr (f)

Senior GP Partner - MBChB DRCOG 1987 (Manchester)

Working Days: Monday, Tuesday AM, Thursday & Friday AM.

Special Interests: Gynaecology, Paediatrics, Joint Injections, Palliative Care.

Dr Julian Poulton (m)

GP Partner - MBChB MRCGP DCH 1998 (Liverpool)

Working Days: Monday, Tuesday AM & Thursday.

Special Interests: Paediatrics, Men's Health, Joint Injections, Palliative Care.

Dr Joanna Nash (f)

GP Partner - MBChB DRCOG MRCGP 2002 (Liverpool)

Working Days: Monday, Tuesday AM, Wednesday AM & Thursday.

Special Interests: Contraception - Intrauterine device fitting / Contraceptive implant fitting.  

Dr Andrew Dickinson (m)

GP Partner - MBChB MRCGP DCH 2001 (Liverpool)

Working Days: Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday.

Special Interests: Diabetes, Joint Injections, Paediatrics, GP Trainer.

Dr Cheryl Smith (f)

Salaried GP - MBChB DRGOC JCPTGP 1990 (Liverpool)

Working Days: Wednesday & Friday.

Special Interests: Gynaecology, Paediatrics.

Dr Ruth Day (f)

Salaried GP - MBChB nMRCGP MD CCT Clinical Genetics 1997 (Manchester)

Working Days: Monday, Tuesday & Thursday AM.

Special Interests: Paediatrics, Genetics, Learning Disabilities.

Dr Suma Kuna (f)

Salaried GP - MB BS 2004

Working Days: Tuesday, Thursday & Friday AM.

Dr Martin Pigott (m)

Salaried GP- MBChB 2000 (University of Liverpool)

Working Days: Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday.

Dr Debbie Armstrong (f)

Salaried GP - MBBChBaO, MRCGP 2009 (Belfast)

Working Days: Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday

Dr Nicola O'Connell (f)

Salaried GP - MBChB 1998 (Liverpool)

Working Days: Monday AM

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