A GP Registrar is a fully qualified doctor undertaking further training in order to practice as a GP.
We have two Registrars currently at the Practice; Dr Caroline Drake and Dr Monica Jayaraman.
Dr Sara Hughes originally qualified as a Doctor in 2000 from Imperial College School of Medicine in London. She worked in a number of hospitals until deciding to train as a General Practitioner in 2003. She qualified in 2006 and joined Hungerford Medical Centre as a Salaried GP in 2006, and subsequently becoming a Partner.
A keen sportswoman, Dr Hughes has previously represented Great Britain’s swimming team at a number of international sporting events.
Many of you will know Dr Becky Russell from her time here finishing her GP training. Everything seemed to ‘click’ between Dr Russell and the Practice so when she finished her training and qualified as a registered General Practitioner, she actually applied for a Salaried GP position at the Practice.
We are very pleased to announce that Dr Russell is now a GP Partner.
Qualified in 2007 from Liverpool University. Has worked locally since in Leighton Hospital and various General Practices as part of his training. He joined Hungerford Medical Centre in August 2012 as a salaried GP and works regularly in the Out of Hours service. More recently Dr Roberts accepted an invitation to take a Partnership in this practice.
Dr Harvey initially obtained a degree in Biochemistry / Genetics at Leeds University, following this she went on to study Medicine, and graduated from Leeds in 1998. She completed her General Practice Training here at Hungerford in 2003; having worked as a salaried GP in Stoke, she then returned to Hungerford in 2010, where she now works as a part-time Partner.
Her areas of specialist interest are Women’s Health / Contraception and Child Health. She is Practice Lead for Safeguarding of Children and Vulnerable Adults. She also has an interest in undergraduate education and is responsible for medical student training within the Practice.