Coalpit RoadBatheastonBath, BA1 7NPTel: 01225 858128
MB CHB, DRCOG, DFFP, MRCGP
Dr Karen Prees graduated from Bristol University Medical School in 1989 and went on to do her GP training in and around Bath. She came to Batheaston Medical Centre in 1995, and is now the senior partner.
She loves all aspects of General Practice but particularly enjoys mental health and well-being, women’s and children’s medicine. She also loves being a GP trainer and spends one day a week teaching GP trainees in the Bath School of General Practice.
At home she is married with grown up children. She enjoys all sorts of musical pursuits, especially playing the viola, and having fun outside in the beautiful countryside in which she lives.
MB, BS, MRCGP, BA
Dr Phil Weldon trained at Oxford and then UCL, qualifying in 2003. He has been working at Batheaston Medical Centre since 2007. He enjoys Dermatology, Minor Surgery and Men's Health. When not at work he enjoys time with his family and running / cycling in the beautiful countryside around Bath.
Dr Tim Hogg trained at Birmingham and moved to Bath for his GP Training and hasn't looked back since. He is the newest GP Partner at Batheaston Medical Centre, joining the practice in 2013. He enjoys all aspects of general practice with particular interest in Men's Health and Minor Surgery. In his free time he enjoys trying to maintain a level fitness by running and cycling, watching Bath Rugby play the beautiful game and spending quality time with his wife, young family and labrador.
MB, BS, DFFP, MRCGP
Dr Nicola Weldon trained in London and qualified in 2002. She moved to Bath for GP training and has been at Batheaston Medical Centre since 2006.
She has particular interest in womens medicine and provises family planning and contraceptive services. She is married to Dr Philip Weldon and they have 2 children.
MRCGP, BM, BS
Dr Gee joined Batheaston Medical Centre in 2014. She graduated from Exeter University in 2009 (Peninsula Medical School), working initially in Devon and then moved to Bath for GP Training. She completed her GP training in August 2014.
MBChB, MRCGP, MRCP, BSc (Hons)
Dr Kirsty Pratt graduated from Birmingham Medical School in 2010. She has since enjoyed working in the local area and completed her GP training here in 2016. Being originally from Devon she loves spending her free time in the beautiful countryside.
For some appointments it may be more appropriate to see one of our nurses rather than a doctor. Sister Sharon Miles, Sister Mairi Egan and Sister Dawn Hughes work closely with our GPs to support and treat our patients. At least one nurse is available at most times of the day by appointment and for telephone advice. They can help you with:
Our team also includes trained Health Care Assistants - Caroline Douglas, Jackie Merrett, Sarah Stevens and Siouxsie Otterwell. Our HCA team can help you with:
The practice manager is involved in managing all of the business aspects of the practice such as making sure that the right systems are in place to provide a high quality of patient care, human resources, finance, patient safety, premises and equipment and information technology. The practice manager supports the GPs and other medical professionals with delivering patient services and also helps to develop extended services to enhance patient care.
We want to give you the best possible service and welcome any comments you may have. Please use the suggestion slips available in the waiting room and leave any suggestions in the box provided. If you have a complaint it will be taken seriously and dealt with promptly. You may make such a complaint either verbally or in writing. Please direct any comments or queries to Oliver Walton — Practice Manager.
The Clinical Team is supported by our Administrative team. This includes Receptionists, Secretaries and Clerical staff. Together they work with our patients and clinicians, monitor referrals to Consultants and hospitals, administer prescription requests, book appointments and generally ensure the smooth running of our surgery. To ensure an efficient flow of information, it may be necessary for our staff to request certain clinical information. All practice staff are bound by patient confidentially agreements. Should you have any concerns or comments regarding our administrative team, our Office Manager Julie Dowling will be happy to discuss these
Health visitors are particularly concerned with the health of expectant mothers, children under five, families with disabilities and health promotion and advice sessions. They have an office in the practice but spend a lot of time visiting families. Please contact them on 01225 831829 for an appointment or with your health queries. There is an answer phone should they be out on their rounds.
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