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Dr Timothy Shackley

GP Partner
B.Med.Sci., B.M.B.S, MRCP, MRCGP

Special Interests: GP Trainees

I qualified at Nottingham University in 1987 and worked for five years in fields of general medicine in Nottingham and Derby, with a particular interest in cardiology. I then worked to qualify as a general practitioner, and came to Bidford in 1996.

My particular areas of interest are issues relating to the heart, and other general medical illnesses. I am significantly involved in running the business side of the practice, as well as GP training within the practice.

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Dr John Moloughney

GP Partner
BSc MBChB MRCGP

Special Interests: GP Training, Dermatology, Minor Surgery, Joint Problems and Joint Injections.

I initially studied for a degree in Biochemistry at the University of Cork before undertaking my medical training at Warwick University where I qualified in 2007. Following this I trained in different specialties in the Coventry and Warwickshire area including orthopaedics, A&E and paediatrics. I started working at Bidford in 2012 and became a partner in 2015 following the retirement of Dr Robinson. I have a particular interest in minor surgical procedures, dermatology and joint problems including joint injections.

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Dr Hana Dale

Salaried GP
I qualified from Leicester in 2004 and have completed extra qualifications in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Child Health. I joined Bidford Health Centre as a trainee in August 2009 and have never left! I enjoy seeing all specialities.
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Dr David Watters

Salaried GP
I studied for a degree in physiology at UCL before undertaking medical training at the University of Warwick. Since qualification I have worked throughout Warwickshire in a variety of hospital specialities as part of my general practice training. During this time developing an interest in paediatrics. I joined the practice in 2015.
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Dr Natalie Riorden

Salaried GP

I qualified from Cardiff University and worked in Bristol and Bath before moving to the Midlands. I spent some time training in paediatrics before training as a GP. I have a particular interest in child health as a result and also in the treatment of allergies.
I came to Bidford Health Centre in 2014.

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Dr Edward Rawstorne

Salaried GP

I qualified in 2009 from Cardiff University. I initially trained in General Surgery before changing to General Practice. I started at Bidford in 2019.

I enjoy all aspects of General Practice, although my training has resulted in experience of minor operations, men’s health and gastrointestinal problems.

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Dr Sarah Hillman

Salaried GP

I qualified from the University of Birmingham in 2004 and went on to train for a few years in Obstetrics and Gynaecology gaining my membership of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists before training as a GP and gaining my membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2020. 

I was a training GP at Bidford health Centre and liked it so much I stayed! I have a special interest in Women health. I work part time as a GP at Bidford Health Centre and the rest of my time I work as a lecturer at Warwick Medical school where I teach and also do research into Womens’s health. 

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Dr Sarah Harris

GP Registrar
Dr Harris began her training with the health centre in January 2019.
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