GPs

Dr Sharon Gillings

BMedSci MBBS MRCP MRCGP
Qualified from The London Hospital Medical College in 1995 and joined St James’s Surgery in 2002. She has special interests in diabetes, cardiovascular medicine and child health.


Dr Patrick Eavis

M.B.B.S. (Lond), M.R.C.G.P., Diploma Royal College of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Diploma Faculty of Family Planning. Qualified London 1994.
Patrick joined the practice in 1998 and worked concurrently for fifteen years in Oncology at the RUH (with a particular interest in Breast Cancer). Patrick is a Clinical Champion for the National Institute for Health, and Research Lead for Clinical Trials in the practice as well as having interests in Dermatology and minor ops. Patrick is also trained to insert contraceptive implants.


Dr Amanda Combe

M.B., Ch.B.(Sheff), M.R.C.G.P., Diploma Royal College of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Diploma Faculty of Family Planning. Qualified Sheffield 1993.
Amanda completed her GP training in Brighton before moving to Bath to become a partner here at the Practice in 1998.
Amanda has special interests in Gynaecology, Contraception and Sexual Health, and is also the partner responsible for personnel.


 

Dr Tim Johnson

M.B., Ch.B, M.R.C.G.P, Diploma Royal College of Obstetrics & Gynaecology. Qualified Birmingham 1990.
Tim worked in London whilst training as a GP, before joining the practice in 2000.


Dr Kate Rees

MBChB Bsc MRCGP graduated in 2000 at Edinburgh University.
Dr Rees joined surgery in 2005 and works part time. She has special interests in Family Planning, Women’s health and Dermatology.


Dr Arun Gadhok

Dr Arun Gadhok (MBBS, MRCP, MRCGP) trained in Oxford and London, qualifying in 1999. He worked as a hospital doctor at the RUH in Bath before returning to London qualifying as a GP in 2007. He was a GP partner in Brixton, London for several years before relocating to Bath in 2015. He is a GP trainer and also works part-time as a clinical advisor to the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman. He lives in Bath with his wife and three young children. He keeps fit by running and endeavours to complete the Bath Half each year.


Dr Jonathan B Hamling

BSc (Lond.), M.B.B.S.(Lond.), M.R.C.G.P., Diploma Faculty of Family Planning, Qualified London 1987.
Jonathan worked for several years in Oxford, before joining the Practice in 1998. Jonathan has special interests in Child Health, Dermatology and Mental Health.


Dr Claire Quiggin

MB BS London 1995 DRCOG DFFP FRCGP
Claire qualified from Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School in 1995, and worked in a busy London practice for 15 years. Having grown up in Bath she returned in 2014, and joined Oldfield Surgery in early 2015. Claire has special interest in women and children’s health issues, including family planning services and child protection. She is also a GP Trainer with a keen interest in medical education.


Dr Timothy Marshall

MBBS King’s College, London 2014. Tim qualified from King’s College, and stayed in London for his foundation training. He moved with his family to Bath to complete his GP training, and has stayed since. He started with the Heart of Bath surgery in 2019 and hopes to develop his interest in minor procedures and medical education.


Dr Anna Gregorowski

M.B.B.S. (Lond), M.R.C.G.P. Diploma of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare. Diploma of Child Health. Qualified London 2004.
Anna started her medical career in paediatrics and then decided to follow her father’s footsteps and become a GP. She completed her GP training in Poole, Dorset. She has a special interest in child health and family planning.


Dr Helen Forshaw

Dr Forshaw qualified at University of Newcastle Upon Tyne in 1995, she has an interest in Pallative care

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Dr Jan Tasker

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Dr Kasia Mill

MB BS (London) MRCPCH MRCGP. Dr Mill is married with two teenage sons. She qualified from Charing Cross and Westminster Medical school in 1997 and initially trained in Paediatrics and Child Health, before deciding on a career in General Practice. She was a partner at Number 18 Surgery before it’s merger with Heart of Bath in 2018. She was also a GP Trainer for 5 years, and continues to take a keen interest in medical education within the practice. Her areas of special interest include paediatrics, sexual health and dermatology. In her spare time she loves glamping, dog walking and music. 

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Dr Hayley Penhale

MBCHB Bristol 2009 MRCGPHayley trained at the University of Bristol and graduated in 2009. Having completed her GP training in Bath she has enjoyed remaining in the South West. Hayley has spent a few years working in western Australia and has a particular interest in elderly care and general medicine.

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Dr Ruth Grabham  MB BS DRCOG MRCGP

Qualified Charing Cross Hospital Medical School, London University,1987. Dr Ruth Grabham is a very experienced local GP who has worked in Bath for over 25 years. She greatly enjoys seeing patients and the wide variety of medicine found in general practice. Dr  Grabham is also currently the Medical Director of Bath and North East Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group, the organisation responsible for the planning and commissioning of health care services in our area. In any spare time Dr Grabham enjoys the theatre, yoga practice, her garden, and walking two very energetic cocker spaniels.

Locum GP’s

We have a team of Locum GP’s that work for us at our busy times.

GP Registrar

Dr Emily Stinton

Dr Joseph Ward

Dr Lucy Radevsky 

Dr Georgie Saunders

General Practitioner Training Scheme

The practices are involved in the general practice training scheme. Under this scheme, postgraduate doctors with at least two years’ hospital experience will spend up to a year with the practices developing the skills required for general practice.

Also some of the hospital doctors spend time with us under close supervision as part of their training. Video consultations are used as a training exercise only with full consent of the patient involved.

We really appreciate our patients co-operation with training the doctors of the future.
We also sometimes have medical students who spend time with us in the surgery observing GP work. As trainee doctors, the students are bound by the same confidentiality rules as all members of the Health Care team.