|Dr Gareth Morris (m)|
BSc(Hons) Biotechnology, MSc, MBBS, DRCOG, MRCGP, PGCE (Senior Partner - Wistaria Surgery)
Born in South Wales and educated in Kings College Taunton. Dr Morris attended Kings College, London, Southampton University and trained in medicine at Royal London and St Bartholomew's Hospital. He has been a full time partner at Wistaria Surgery since 2002 and a GP trainer since 2006. Married with three children, he enjoys gardening, dog walking, learning Italian, playing golf and watching rugby.
|Dr Angela J Sizer (f)|
BSc (Hons) Psychology, MBBS MRCGP DRCOG DCH DFSRH (Wistaria Surgery)
Qualified St George's Hospital Medical School in 1996.
Dr Sizer spent four years working in Obstetrics and Gynaecology before changing career path to General practice, becoming a GP in 2001. She has been a full time Partner at Wistaria since April 2003 and has particular interests in women's health, family planning and child health. Dr Sizer has responsibility for practice finances. Away from work she enjoys travel, skiing, fair weather sailing, gardening and photography.
|Dr Elizabeth Pugh (f)|
BSc (Hons) Pyschology, BM, MRCGP, DFFP (Wistaria Surgery)
Dr Pugh was born in Surrey and educated at The Lady Eleanor Holles School. She qualified from Southampton University Medical School in 1996. She has worked as a GP since 2004, and joined the practice as a part time partner in 2009. She enjoys all aspect of general practice but has an interest in women's health and fits contraceptive implants. Outside of work she spends time with her family, she has two school aged children and her husband is a hospital consultant at SUHT. She enjoys cooking, gardening and walking her springer spaniel in the forest.
|Dr Ian Murray (m)|
BM, BSc, MRCP, MRCGP (Wistaria Surgery)
Dr Murray qualified from Southampton school of medicine in 2003 and joined the practice in 2008 as a GP registrar. After a brief spell working in Bournemouth he returned to Wistaria as a salaried doctor before becoming a partner in 2012. His main professional interest is in adult medicine. Outside of work he enjoys sport, particularly golf and tennis and will reach for his guitar at every available opportunity. Dr Murray lives in Bournemouth but hopes at some point to move closer to Lymington.
|Dr Toni Benning (f)|
MBChB MRCP MRCGP DFSRH PGCE (Wistaria Surgery)
Dr Benning trained at Bristol Medical School graduating in 1999. She initially worked as a hospital doctor in many specialities prior to becoming a GP in 2006. Dr Benning enjoys all aspects of primary care and has particular interests in womens and child health, rheumatology and cardiology and she can fit contraceptive implants. She has recently become a GP appraiser and trainer. Outside of work she is kept fit by three young sons. She also likes to cycle and swim regularly, is learning to play the piano and has an allotment.
|Dr Victoria Makin (f)|
BM BPharm (Hons) MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH (Wistaria Surgery)
Dr Makin qualified from Southampton Medical School in 2004. After working in Southampton General Hospital and Queens Medical Centre Dr Makin moved to the north east where she worked in A&E, paediatrics and gynaecology. She trained as a GP in Northumberland where she lived until 2014. Dr Makin has a particular interest in child health and adult medicine. Personal interests include art and crafts, swimming and spending time outdoors with her young family.
|Dr Ben Pettifer (m)|
MBChB MRCGP BsC (Wistaria Surgery)
Dr Pettifer qualified at Warwick Medical School in 2011 after achieving a first class degree in Biological Sciences and Parasitology at Kings College, London. He has particular interests in tropical medicine and infectious disease.
In his spare time he plays tennis and squash regularly and enjoys both road and mountain biking in addition to cross country running and hiking. He holds a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver License, enjoys travelling, camping and learning languages, particularly French and Spanish.
|Dr Matthew Turner (m)|
MBBS MRCGP MRCP DRCOG PGCE (Milford Medical Centre)
Dr Turner qualified from St George's Hospital Medical School in 1993 and spent four years in Paediatrics, he then moved into General Practice. Dr Turner has been a GP partner for 10 years, the last four years at Milford Medical Centre. He enjoys all aspects of General Practice and has particular interest in Paediatrics, sport medicine/Orthopaedics and medical education. He is responsible for the GP registrar training at the Milford practice. Away from work, he is married with two young sons who keep him busy. When time allows he enjoys water sports, cycling, golf and racket sports.
|Dr Neil Moody-Jones (m)|
BM MRCGP DRCOG (Milford Medical Centre)
Originally from South Wales, Neil qualified in 2008 from Southampton University. He completed his GP Training in 2013 which included spending 18 months in Milford-on-Sea as a GP registrar. Prior to this he worked at Lymington Hospital, Southampton General Hospital and in Jersey. Neil joined the practice as a partner in April 2014. He lives in New Milton with his wife and has two young sons. Interests include music, photography and he enjoys walking in the New Forest with his family.
|Dr A Mavrogordato (f)|
BSc (Hons), BM, MRCS, DRCOG, DFSRH, MRCGP (Milford Medical Centre)
Dr "Mavro" qualified from Southampton University in 2001 and pursued a career in surgery and plastic surgery before training in general practice, part of which was at Milford. She joined the practice as a partner in June 2012. Dr Mavro has accompanied several expeditions as a doctor including an exploration of the Blue Nile in Ethiopia and a climb of Mt Kilimanjaro. Her surname is Greek, although she does not speak Greek. She is married to a farmer and lives near Lymington. In her spare time she likes to walk, sail, cook (and eat!) good food which she is learning more about and also enjoys gardening.
|Dr David Fowler (m)|
BM (Hons), PhD, MRCGP (Milford Medical Centre)
David Fowler graduated from Southampton Medical School in 2008. His initial post-graduate training was based at Dorset County Hospital in Dorchester. He then went to work for a year in the histopathology department in Southampton before starting general practice training in Dorset. He completed this training in August 2014 and now works three days at Milford each week. He is married with young children.
|Dr Camilla Janssen (f)|
MBbCh MRCGP DFSRH (Milford Medical Centre)
Camilla joined the practice in October 2014 and works on Mondays and Tuesdays. She has been a fully qualified GP for 11 years after completing her medical training in Wales in 1999 (MBbCh, University of Wales, Cardiff) and became a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2004. She also holds a diploma from the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health.
After a varied medical career, including expedition medicine, working in Australia and Val D'Isere, Camilla settled in the New Forest eight years ago and has worked locally since. Women's health, sexual health and contraceptive services are amongst her areas of interest. She is involved in teaching medical students at Southampton University and acts as a representative for the LMC (Local Mecial Committee). Camilla is married with two gorgeous young girls who keep her very busy and when time allows she enjoys walking in the forest, tennis, cycling, windsurfing and skiing.