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Doctors

Dr Richard H Webster (m)

MB BChir Cambridge 1988 MRCGP

Dr Webster is the Senior Partner in the Surgery, as well as being our Registered Manager for the Care Quality Commission.

One of his interests at the Practice is providing Minor Surgery to our patients, providing a vital service for patients not wishing to travel to the local hospital.  If you have a troublesome mole please make an appointment to have it reviewed as he may be able to remove it for you.

He is married to a GP and has three children.  Dr Webster is a keen golfer and likes to play a round at any opportunity.

Also a keen gardener with an allotment and enjoys spending quality time here away from the Surgery.

Dr Christabel Makanjuola (f)

MBChB Bristol 1998 MRCP MRCGP

Dr Makanjuola along with Dr Handley, trained at Bristol University.

She is married to Mat, a radiologist in Cheltenham, and has three children. 

Medical interests include women's health and contraception. Spent several years doing medicine before becoming a GP. Enjoys travelling, reading, the theatre and spending time with her family.

Dr Simon Handley (m)

MB ChB Bristol 1998 MRCP

I trained at Bristol and originally spent many years in hospital medicine before training to be a GP. I am married to Alex, a gastroenterologist and have 3 children.

I enjoy all sports, both playing and watching and also love spending time with my family, food, wine, travel and film.

Dr Kate Kindler (f)

MBBCH, DRCOG, DFSRH, MRCGP (Wales)

Dr Kate Kindler is our newest partner having joined us in 2013. 

She enjoys cycling, running and walking around the beautiful Cotswold Countryside.  Dr Kindler and her husband share an allotment growing vegetables. Having two small children keeps her busy.

Dr Kindler is particularly interested in mental health, elderly care and substance misuse.

Dr K L Wittering (f)

Dr Wittering has recently joined the practice as a Salaried Doctor. 

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