Doctors

Dr John Egan (m)

MB ChB (Sheffield). Qualified in 1996

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Dr John Egan: Dr Egan has been in General Practice since 1998 and at Merstow Green Medical Practice since 2002. He has also previously worked in a hospice and served in the Army.  He has special interests in Diabetes and Palliative Care medicine.

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Dr Emma Shackley (f)

BMedSci BMBS (Nottingham), MRCP, MRCGP. Qualified in 1988.

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Dr Emma Shackley: Dr Shackley has worked in General Practice since 1995 and at Merstow Green Medical Practice since 1997. Her interests include rheumatology and bone health, women's health and family planning (she is the GP at the practice who fits the Nexplanon contraceptive implants). She has recently qualified as a GP trainer and the practice has been awarded training status, welcoming their first GP trainee in the summer of 2020.

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Dr Chethan Reddy (m)

MBBS (Karnatka University, India). Qualified in 2000

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Dr Reddy: Dr Reddy qualified as a GP in 2007 and joined the practice as a partner in 2015. He has special interests in ENT. Dr Reddy also does Joint Injections and Minor surgery within the Practice.

Dr Rebekah Grayson (f)

MB ChB, DRCOG, PGA MedEd, B.Sc(Hons), LoC IUT (Warwick).  Qualified in 2007

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Dr Rebekah Grayson: Dr Grayson qualified from Warwick Medical School in 2007. She previously worked in secondary care where she trained in Women's Health before moving over to General Practice.  Dr Grayson has special interests in gynaecology including HRT, contraception and coil fits. She also is a GP trainer and supports the trainees based in our practice. She has been with us here at Merstow Green Medical Practice since August 2020 and became a Partner at the Surgery in September 2021

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Dr Katie Reeve (f)

MB ChB (Warwick). Qualified in 2008.

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Dr Yuliya Gonzalaz Sanchez (f)

Vrach (Vitebsk Medical Institute). Qualified in 2004

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Dr Joseph Ejim (m)

Trainee GP: Dr Jospeh Ejim 

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Dr Ahmed Mohamed (m)

Trainee GP: Dr Ahmed Mohamed

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