Dr Patrick Eavis (PARTNER)
M.B.B.S. (Lond), M.R.C.G.P., Diploma Royal College of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Diploma Faculty of Family Planning. Qualified London 1994.
Dr Eavis 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 (PARTNER)
M.B., Ch.B.(Sheff), M.R.C.G.P., Diploma Royal College of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Diploma Faculty of Family Planning. Qualified Sheffield 1993.
Dr Combe 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 (PARTNER)
M.B., Ch.B, M.R.C.G.P, Diploma Royal College of Obstetrics & Gynaecology. Qualified Birmingham 1990.
Dr Johnson worked in London whilst training as a GP, before joining the practice in 2000.
Dr Kate Rees (PARTNER)
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 (PARTNER)
MBBS, MRCP, MRCGP trained in Oxford and London, qualifying in 1999.
Dr Gadhok 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 Sophie Poore – CURRENTLY ON MATERNITY LEAVE
BMBS Universities of Exeter and Plymouth 2014, MSc PHEC 2013, MRCGP 2019
Dr Poore qualified from Medical School in 2014, she started her post-graduate training in Brighton, then moved to Bath where she completed her GP training. She has a keen interest in medical student education. Dr Poore joined Heart of Bath permanently in 2020.
Dr Lucy Radevsky – CURRENTLY ON MATERNITY LEAVE
MBChB (Bristol), Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. Qualified Bristol 2014.
Dr Radevsky completed her GP training in Bath and has worked at HOB over the past year as a GP registrar, completing her training in 2020. She now continues her journey at Heart of Bath. Dr Radevsky studied medicine in Bristol after which she worked as a junior doctor at several hospitals in both Brighton and London, including a clinical fellowship role in paediatric A+E. Areas of interest include Paediatrics. Tropical Medicine, Mental health and Lifestyle medicine.
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 pediatrics, sexual health and dermatology. In her spare time she loves glamping, dog walking and music.
Dr Hayley Penhale – CURRENTLY ON MATERNITY LEAVE
MBCHB Bristol 2009 MRCGP Hayley trained at the University of Bristol and graduated in 2009.
Dr Penhale completed her GP training in Bath and 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.
Dr William Sankey
MBChB BSC (Hons) (Edinburgh, 2006), MRCGP (Cornwall, 2013)
Dr Sankey joined the practice in September 2020. He has worked in General Practice in Cornwall and London, emergency medicine in New Zealand and junior hospital roles around Southern Scotland. Areas of particular interest include men’s health, palliative care and ENT. Outside work he enjoys kayaking, cycling and looking after two toddlers.
Dr Eleanor Fenlon
BBS (University of London) BSc (Hons) MRCGP DRCOG
Dr Fenlon trained at St George’s Hospital Medical School and graduated in 2013. After completing her foundation years in Oxford, she began specialist training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. She later decided that a career in general practice was better suited to her and completed her GP training in Bath in 2020. Her main interests are women’s and sexual health
Dr Helen Bigby
MBBS (Newcastle University) MRCGP (2021)
Dr Bigby gained her medical degree from Newcastle University in 2013 before moving to Liverpool to complete her foundation years. She subsequently spent several years working in hospital specialties in Melbourne, Australia, prior to undertaking her GP training here in Bath. Her areas of interest include ENT, dermatology and sexual health. In her spare time she enjoys yoga, country hikes and travelling
Physician Associates are new healthcare professionals who work to the medical model and function with the supervision of a GP.
Laura has an undergraduate degree in Biology and then completed her Masters training to be a Physician Associate in Bournemouth. For the last year she has worked within Neurology and has now decided to pursue her career within general practice. Laura joined out practice in May 2022.
Paul completed his training in the Midlands before moving to Cornwall and then onto Bath, joining the practice in May 2022. He has a keen interest in Paediatrics
We have a team of Locum GP’s that work for us at our busy times.
Dr Rebekah Gabriel
Dr Isobelle Langdon
Dr James Cook
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.