|Dr Diane Christie (f)|
MBBS DRCOG MRCGP DFFP
I qualified in 1988 from St Marys Hospital London, worked on the south coast and trained as a GP in Haywards Heath before joining the Cranleigh practice in 1994. My particular area of expertise is family planning. As part of the family planning service I fit coils and hormone implants. I work mainly Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays but occasionally other days as needed.
|Dr Matthew Clark (m)|
BSc MBBS DRCOG MRCGP FPC Cert
I qualified from The London Hospital Medical College in 1991. I undertook my GP training on the East Surrey scheme, based at Redhill hospital and a GP surgery in Caterham. I joined the team in Cranleigh in November 1996. In addition to my usual GP duties, I am the medical officer to St Joseph's School & the Old Rectory Nursing Home. I am also a GP trainer. I sub-specialise in joint injections.
|Dr Debbie Donovan (f)|
I studied at St Georges Hospital in London, worked in Bromley and Dorchester Hospitals, finished my GP training in Shaftesbury and joined the practice in 2000. I am very enthusiastic about General practice and enjoy training our nurses and am currently the practice's frailty lead, working alongside our frailty co-ordinator to reduce hospital admissions. I am also one of two GPs responsible for Cedar Court Care Home.
|Dr Jonathan Inglesfield (m)|
BMed Sci (Hons.) BM BS DCH DFFP DPD MRCGP
I graduated from Nottingham in 1991 and then trained as a GP in Plymouth. I moved to Cranleigh in 2005 from Bristol, where I was a partner in a large GP practice.
|Dr Geoff Mayer (m)|
BSc(Hons) MBBS MRCGP
I studied at Guys, King's and St Thomas' Medical School and trained as a GP locally having been based at the Royal Surrey. I joined Cranleigh in 2011. I am currently the lead for our diabetes service having developed an interest in this area.
|Dr Amy Blakemore (f)|
BSc (Hons), MBChB, DCH, DFSRH, MRCGP
I qualified from the University of Warwick in 2008. I worked my first years as a junior doctor in Birmingham before moving to Guildford to complete my GP training. My particular areas of interest are women’s health, family planning and paediatrics. I also have a clinic one day a week at Elmbridge Village.
|Dr James Jackson (m)|
I qualified from St George’s University of London in 2008 and have worked locally since completing my GP training at the Royal Surrey County Hospital and Binscombe Medical practice. My special interests are in Dermatology and Minor Surgery. I am also responsible for Knowle Park Nursing Home.
|Dr Viet Pham (m)|
|Dr Rachael Hardy (f)|
I attended medical school in Bristol and then worked at Frimley Park and Kingston Hospital before doing my GP training in Guildford.
I currently work in the practice on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
|Dr Jennifer Rayner (f)|
I qualified from Newcastle Medical School in 2012, and after two years of working in Northumberland, I moved to New Zealand for a year to work and explore. I came back to the UK to be near family, and was lucky enough to do my GP training at Cranleigh Medical Practice and the Royal Surrey County Hospital. When I finished my training, I was delighted to be offered a job to stay and work in Cranleigh. I currently work in the Practice on a Thursday and Friday.
|Dr Louise Bye (f)|
BSc (Hons) MBBS MRCOphth (2011) MRCGP
I qualified from Guy's, King's and St Thomas' Medical School in 2005 and was lucky enough to work as an eye doctor/surgeon in London including working at the world famous Moorfield's Eye Hospital before 'seeing the light' and training as a GP in Exeter! I worked in both rural and urban setting during my training and enjoyed training in a leading practice in Primary Care Research. I joined the fantastic team at Cranleigh Medical Practice in May 2017 and currently work part time at the practice and part time at the University of Surrey in the field of medical education.
|Dr Sarah Jupp (f)|
I qualified at Bristol University and spent a few years working in the hospitals in the area before moving to Guildford to train as a GP. I worked in the Guildford area until moving to Singapore for 3 years with my family.
During my career, I have worked in many specialities but I have developed a particular interest in the care of the elderly. I am delighted to now be back working in Cranleigh.
I work in the Practice Monday, Tuesday and Friday.
|Dr Annabel Chew (f)|
I qualified from the University of Manchester in 2007. I spent two years working as a junior doctor at the Royal Preston Hospital before moving to London to complete my academic GP training post at St George's Hospital in London. I worked for five years at a GP practice in Streatham before moving to the Guildford area and was delighted to be offered a job at Cranleigh Medical Practice in 2018. I work in the practice on Mondays and Fridays and also work one day a week for econsult- an online GP consultation triage tool.