Interested in working with us?
Working in Oxford affords the opportunity of working alongside some of the best practices in the country with excellent postgraduate teaching opportunities. Oxford is a world renowned centre of clinical excellence and the teaching and research within the healthcare sector.
We are committed to delivering high quality, patient-focused care within the private sector. We work as a team delivering GP care to the local population.
Private sessional GP work - Tuesdays and Fridays - We are looking for a GP who would be interested in working in an environment committed to excellence and providing value based and evidence based primary healthcare within the private sector. You will be part of a lively team with interesting work. To start as soon as possible.
For further information, please contact the office on 01865 423425 or email us at email@example.com
For any queries about vacancies or opportunities at the practice, please call the practice to inquire.
|Dr Amanda Northridge|
Medical Director - Private GP
Dr Northridge has been a GP for 25 years working in both the NHS and private sector in London, Australia and Oxford. She believes that mental and emotional well-being impact on all aspects of health. She encourages her patients to keep well and age well and she also has an interest in women's health.
|Dr Ben Loxton-Edwards|
BSc (Hons) MBBS nMRCGP - Private GP
Dr Ben Loxton-Edwards qualified from Imperial College School of Medicine in 2002. As a medical student he joined the Army Reserve and was subsequently deployed to Iraq in 2007 and Afganistan in 2008. More recently he has worked as a full-time NHS GP Partner at Montgomery House Surgery in Bicester (2010 - 2015). He enjoys all aspects of General Practice and has a particular interest in men's health, minor surgery and improving cancer diagnosis.
|Dr George Moncreif|
FRCP FRCGP DCH DRCOG DPD - Private GP, specialising in Dematology
Dr George Moncrieff has been a GP in North Oxfordshire from 1984. He retired from his practice in January where he had run an interface Dermatology service since 1999 receiving referrals from about 50 local GPs. He now works in a private General Practice in Oxford one day a week. He was an undergraduate tutor in Medicine at Oxford University and at UCL for about 12 years and a GP trainer for 19 years. He was also an examiner for the DCH for about 10 years. He has been a committee member of the Primary Care Dermatology Society since 2000. He was an external examiner for the Cardiff Diploma in Practical Dermatology until 2005 and was the RCGP Dermatology Curriculum Guardian until 2014. He has been the Chair of The Dermatology Council for England since 2014. He was made a Fellow of the RCGP in 2012 and a Fellow of the RCP in 2015.
|Dr James Hunt|
MB BCh MRCGP FRACGP
Dr Hunt gained his medical degree in 2002 from the University of Wales, Cardiff, before working for 5 years as a hospital doctor in Cancer care, Paediatrics and General Medicine. After specialising in General Practice in 2008 he has worked in the UK and Australia developing a special interest in dermatology and minor surgery. He is a strong advocate for the role of the family doctor and the importance of good communication in health care.
|Dr Jessica Gibson|
Jessica Gibson has been in medical practice since 1999 and gained her psychiatric training at the Maudsley Hospital, London and in Oxford. Prior to this she studied medicine at King’s College Hospital, London after an undergraduate degree at Magdalen College, Oxford. Her particular areas of interest include mood disorders and perinatal psychiatry. She has published papers in these areas and teaches undergraduates in Medicine at the University of Oxford.
Dr Gibson is a Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, the Marce Society (Perinatal Psychiatry), the British Medical Association and the Medical Protection Society. She is registered with the General Medical Council.
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|Dr Kirren Schnack|
Chartered Clinical Psychologist
Dr Schnack completed her clinical training at Oxford University, and is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. She provides highly specialised assessment, treatment and consultation regarding psychological difficulties. "Clinical Psychology is about being involved, being informed, being proactive, to make more of a difference than you realise you can."