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All patients at the practice have a named GP. Your GP is responsible for the coordination of your health care and services. When you register at the practice you will be told which GP's list you have been put on and you will be asked to see this GP when attending the medical centre. If you do not know which GPs list you are on then please ask at reception or ring in.


Dr Rosalind Wardle (f)

MB, ChB, MRCGP, DCH, Dip Ther, DRCOG, Bristol 1985. Ros joined our Holsworthy practice in 1990. As well as a full general practice service, she has special interests in dermatology, family planning, women’s health and supports the antenatal and children’s clinics. (Partner)

Dr Gretel Green-Armytage (f)

MB, ChB, DCH, Dip Paeds, DRCOG, Leicester 1992. Gretel has been with the Holsworthy practice since 1997. As well as a full general practice service, she has special interests in women’s health and family planning and supports the antenatal and children’s clinics. (Partner)

Dr Robert Shaw (m)

MB, ChB, Leicester 1992. Rob has been with the Holsworthy practice since 1997. As well as a full general practice service, he has special interests in sport’s medicine and skiing/trauma medicine. (Partner)

Dr Diana Stone (f)

MRCP, MRCGP, Nottingham 1992. Diana joined the Holsworthy practice in October 2010. As well as a full general practice service, she has special interests in women's health. (Partner)

Dr Alexandra Brown (f)

BMBS, MRCGP, DRCOG, DTMH, DFSRH. Registered 2004. Alex joined the Holsworthy Practice in July 2012.  As well as offering a full range of practice care to patients, she has particular interest in travel medicine. In her spare time she enjoys hiking and running.(Partner)

Dr Andy Brown MBE (m)

BMBCh, MA, MA, MRCGP, MFSEM(UK), DOccMed, Dip STI, Oxford 1997. Andy joined the Holsworthy practice from the Royal Navy in 2015. His interests include sports medicine, expedition medicine and occupational health. In his spare time he enjoys mountaineering & paragliding. (Partner)

Dr Tess Pestridge (f)

MB, BS London. Registered 2003. Tess joined us in October 2018 from the Royal Air Force. She is based at Holsworthy and is one of our GP Partners.

Dr Harpreet Jones-Pahdi (m)

Dr Harpreet Jones-Pahdi BM, BSc, MSc, MRCGP re-joined our Practice in May 2020 and is based at Stratton. He has an interest in trauma and emergency medicine and is an Associate Fellow of the RCEM. (Partner)

Dr Sean Whitaker (m)

MBChB, DRCOG, MRCGP, Birmingham, 2011. Sean joined the Holsworthy practice in January 2018 after a prior career as an ergonomist. He has a particular interest in acute/emergency medicine. In his spare time Sean enjoys surfing and scuba diving, as well as film-making.

Dr Davinder Kandola (f)

Davinder joined our Stratton practice in August 2018.

Dr David Lee (m)

Dave re-joined our Holsworthy practice in 2018. Dave is one of the named GPs for patients using the Hatherleigh practice.

Dr Michelle Higgs (f)

Michelle joined our practice in October 2018 and is based at our Stratton practice.

Dr Mark Eggleton (m)

Mark joined our practice in October 2018. Mark is one of the named GPs for Hatherleigh patients.

Dr Abigail Jones-Pahdi (f)

Dr Abigail Jones-Pahdi, salaried GP joined Holsworthy in April 2018.

Dr Victor D'Ambrogio (m)

Vic started with us at Stratton in August 2019.

Dr Melinda D'Ambrogio (f)

Melinda joined our Holsworthy practice in September 2019

Dr Ujiwol Joshi (m)

Joshi is a fully qualified doctor currently getting additional experience in general practice. He started with us in February 2020 and will be with us for 6 months. He is based at Holsworthy site.

Dr Aishwarya Arora (f)

Aishwarya joined our Stratton practice in July 2020

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