Dr. Andrew Cairns
Dr. Andrew Holden
Dr. Stephen Buckley
Dr. Guy Cunliffe
MA MB BChir Year of registration 1980 Cambridge
I joined the practice in 1986 as a full-time partner. I have a special interest in sports medicine and sports injuries. I am also an official CAA examiner for Class 1 and Class 2 pilots and act as an appraiser of GPs for East Hants PCT.
Since the 11th January 2016, I have taken semi-retirement and Dr Richard Kershaw has taken over my patient list. Nonetheless, I will still be associated with the Practice until further notice.
MBBS DRCOG DFFP MRCGP Year of Registration 1988 St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London
I joined the Surgery in 1994 where I enjoy working as an established partner. I am keen to offer a personal and continuing care approach to general practice whilst enjoying the advantages of working in a large multi-disciplinary team. My clinical interests are cardiology (I used to be a clinical assistant in the Heart & Lung Unit in Portsmouth) and prescribing issues in General Practice. I sit on the Clinical Cabinet of South Eastern Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Group (SEH CCG) and I am clinical lead for Primary Care in SEH CCG and Fareham and Gosport CCG. I am also a representative on the Local Medical Committee. I am very keen to promote the Petersfield Community Hospital and have been involved with The Friends of the Hospital.
BMedSci MBBS FPCert DRCOG MRCGP Year of registration 1988 Nottingham
After qualifying from Nottingham University Medical School, I undertook my general practice training in The Portsmouth Hospitals. I then worked in Australia for a year before joining the surgery as a full-time partner in 1994. In 1999, following a period of further education, I was approved as a trainer for aspiring GP’s and I continue to supervise GP registrars. During my time at the surgery, I have enjoyed all aspects of general practice, but developed an interest in child health and dermatology. I teach and am GP lead on the Hampshire Child Health Surveillance course. I also work as a clinical assistant in the dermatology department for the Portsmouth Hospitals Trust.
MBChB DRCOG DFFP DCH MRCGP Year of registration 1995 Edinburgh
I joined the Swan Surgery in July 2001 as a full-time partner, having worked previously as a locum at the practice. I enjoy all aspects of general practice and, in particular, being a family doctor. I have roles in the practice in respiratory medicine and prescribing issues and for the training of ‘F2’ doctors within the practice. I am the school doctor at Dunhurst School and lead GP looking after Stroud House Residential Home.
Dr. Cathryn Bush
Dr. Rajdeep Laly
Dr. Fiona Jacklin
Dr. Richard Kershaw
MBSS BSC DFFP MRCGP Year of registration 1993 London
I trained at the Royal Free Hospital in London and qualified in 1993. Subsequently I worked in London, Guildford, Winchester and Norfolk before returning to this area. I was very pleased to join the Swan Surgery as a part time partner in July 2006. I enjoy all aspects of General Practice and have a special interest in Family Planning as well as a clinical responsibility for Diabetes and child protection within the practice.
GP Partner MBBS, MRCGP, MBA. Year of registration 2007, Barts and The Royal London Hospital, London.
I joined the practice in September 2013 and became a partner in September 2014. I am interested in sports medicine and hope to gain further expertise in this field for the future. I enjoy playing hockey where I currently Captain Havant 1st XI in the England South Premier League.
MBBS DA DRCOG Dip Paeds (Auckland) DFFP MRCGP Year of registration 1991( London)
After qualifying from St Bartholomew’s Medical School I completed my GP training in New Zealand and Portsmouth, this included 6 months palliative care. I joined the Swan Surgery in November 2001 as a part-time partner. I enjoy all aspects of general practice and I have a special interest in women’s health and family planning. I am also the lead for medical student training in the practice .
BM MRCGP MRCS DipSEM Year of Registration 2001 Southampton
I trained at Southampton University and subsequently joined the Royal Navy as a Medical Officer. Having trained as a GP Registrar at Swan in 2009-11, I returned to the RN as a GP until transferring as a Surgeon Commander into the Royal Navy Reserves in February 2016. Although I enjoy all aspects of general practice, I have a particular interest in Sports and Exercise Medicine and am a Class 2 CAA Medical examiner. I am also in the process of becoming a GP trainer.
Dr. Ericka Good
Dr. Fiona Mitford
Dr. Thomas James-Cattell
MbChB MRCGP DCh DFSRH Year of registration 2002
I trained at Bristol university, graduating in 2002. I then moved to Devon for 5 years and completed my GP training in 2007.
I started working at the Swan in 2009 and enjoy many aspects of General practice. I have particular interests in women’s and Child’s health.
MB MRCGP DFFP
I trained at Southampton qualifying in 1995 and subsequently worked in general medicine, oncology, palliative care and women’s health. I am particularly interested in women’s health and palliative care. I joined the practice in 2006 after moving from Poole to this area.
MBBS MRCGP Year of registration 2010.
I trained at Guys, Kings and St Thomas Hospital in London. After graduating I initially worked as an Army doctor in Portsmouth and after a period in the Army Medico-Legal department I left the military and rejoined the NHS. I subsequently undertook my General Practice training both in Portsmouth and at the Swan Surgery as a Registrar. I have now joined the Surgery as a Salaried GP and enjoy all aspects of General Practice.
Dr Katie Sellens
All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (e.g. average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.
The average pay for GP’s working in Swan Surgery in the last financial year was £83,593 before tax and National Insurance. This is for five full time GPs and five part time GPs who worked in the practice for more than six months.
NHS England require that the net earnings of doctors engaged in the practice is publicised, and the required disclosure is shown above. However it should be noted that the prescribed method for calculating earnings is potentially misleading because it takes no account of how much time doctors spend working in the practice, and should not be used to form any judgement about GP earnings, nor to make any comparison with any other practice.