Dr Carolyn Foggett is retiring. Dr Foggett has been at GP partner in Trowbridge for 30years. Initially she worked at the Widbrook Surgery and then became a partner at Trowbridge Health Centre as part of the merger process. She will be returning to work for us on a regular basis in 2021.

We will also be saying goodbye to Dr Penny Davies who will be leaving the practice at the end of 2020. We wish her all the best.

We are pleased to welcome Drs Alice Beech, Helen Ryan & Jodie Stevenson to the practice. All starting in January 2021

Doctors

Dr Stephen Matthew Locke (m)

The senior partner at Trowbridge Health Centre, Dr Locke qualified at St George’s Hospital Medical School, London in 1990, trained as a GP in Bath, and joined Adcroft Surgery in 1994.  Dr Locke is a GP Trainer, this means he's involved with training doctors to become General Practitioners. Often he may have another doctor sitting in the consultation with him so they can learn from the experience.   Dr Locke  is a Clinical Director of the Trowbridge Primary Care Network, which is working at developing new services for the patients in Trowbridge. 

Dr Locke has special interest and expertise in caring for patients with cancer and respiratory medicine.

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Dr Harry Bimbh (m)

Dr Bimbh qualified in 1989 at the medical school of St Bartholomew’s hospital. He spent several years working in Hospitals specializing in Respiratory and General medicine. He then completed his General practice training at St Georges Hospital in Tooting before heading to the West country. He came to Trowbridge and has been here ever since! He has developed further skills especially in cardiology where he now heads up the Adcroft Cardiology service.

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Dr Charlie Bundy (m)

Dr Bundy gained much of his experience working in Australia and New Zealand.  On returning to the UK he completed his training to become a GP and has worked at Adcroft ever since.  Dr Bundy has expertise in minor surgery and joint injections, as well as being actively involved in clinical research.

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Dr Toby Cookson (m)

Dr Cookson worked for three years in New Zealand before joining the practice in 1998. His general interest is Neurology and he is involved with the management of the practice. He does minor surgery in the practice and enjoys all types of primary care. Outside work he enjoys his family and riding his bikes.

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Dr Carol Ann Sheppard (f)

Dr Sheppard graduated from Southampton in 1990 & is married with 2 children. Her special interests are Diabetes, Womens health and ENT

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Dr Dickon Ponty (m)

Dr Ponty and has previous experience in elderly care medicine and Gastro-enterology

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Dr Alice Gardner (f)

Salaried GP: Dr Gardner enjoys the variety of general practice and seeing patients of all ages. She has a special interest in women's health, including contraception and menopause. Dr Gardner teaches medical students and helps to train junior doctors, and provides coil and contraceptive implant clinics.

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Dr Carolyn Foggett (f)

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Dr Ann Davies (f)

Salaried GP: Dr Davies is married with three children and her special interests are Paediatrics, ENT and Psychiatry.

Dr Howard Tansley (m)

Salaried GP: Dr Tansley spent time in New Zealand working in A&E and as the doctor for a ski area. He has had experience in paediatric surgery, trained as a GP locally and has an interest in practical procedures and minor operations. Outside work he enjoys spending time with his young family.

Dr Tim Argyle (m)

Salaried GP 

Dr Penelope Davies (f)

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Dr Sarah Yates (f)

Salaried GP

Dr Sarah Taylor (f)

Salaried GP

Dr Yvonne Wyatt (f)

Salaried GP

Dr Kate Jackson (f)

Salaried GP

Dr Jemma Fryer (f)

Salaried GP: Dr Fryer studied medicine in Newcastle upon Tyne and moved to the South West following time working as a doctor in Borneo and New Zealand. She trained as a GP in Bath and now works as a retained GP at the practice alongside working in Army Officer recruitment.

Georgina Kirby (f)
Dougal Mclellan (m)

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Caroline McNeir (f)

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Annabel Brooks (f)

Locum GP

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