The Doctors at Tavyside Health Centre
Joanna Coldron Senior Partner
MBChB, MRCP, MRCGP, DRCOG, MSc (Remote medicine) DTM&H (Glasgow 1999) GP 2008
Vicky Evans Partner
BSc (Hons), MB BS, DRCOG, DFFP, MRCGP (Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School 1990) GP 1994
Sarah Robbins Partner
MB BS, DRCOG, FRCGP, Dip FP (University College London 1989) GP 1994
Catherine Dunlop Partner
MB BS, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP, Dip. Therapeutics (St Bartholomew's Medical School (1991) GP 1995
Harriet Doyle Partner
MB BS, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP (Royal Free Hospital 1992) GP 2001
Harry Cutler Partner
BM BS, (University of Exeter and Plymouth 2010) MRCGP, GP 2015
Katharine Holden Partner
BM BS, DRCOG, MRCGP (University of Exeter and Plymouth 2010) GP 2017
Michael Richards Partner
BM BS, MRCGP (University of Exeter and Plymouth 2012) GP 2019
Sam Wheeler Salaried GP
BM BS, MRCP, MRCGP, DFFP, DRCOG (University of Nottingham 1996) GP 2003
Emily Hallahan Salaried GP
BM BS, MRCGP (University of Exeter and Plymouth 2014) GP 2019
MBBS, MRCGP (University of East Anglia 2014) GP 2019
Megan Hewitt GP Registrar
Dr Bethany Westcott
Dr Sonam Mishra
Dr Westcott (ST3): Having grown up in the South West, I moved away to Birmingham to attend university before returning to Plymouth to start work as a doctor in 2015. I have worked in many departments at both Derriford and Mount Gould Hospitals as part of my training but have now settled in general practice. I live on Dartmoor with my husband and outside of work, enjoy walking on the moor and swimming (particularly outdoors)!
Recording of Consultations
As part of the examination process, General Practitioner Registrars are required to provide video evidence of their detailed medical knowledge and consultation techniques. To do this they must submit video taped examples to an examiner for assessment. Once they have been assessed these tapes are erased or destroyed.
You will be asked at reception beforehand to sign a document to confirm you are agreeable to being videoed whilst you are consulting the doctor. The video will simply be running in the background while you talk to the doctor and it will be switched off if you are to be examined. Most patients tell us that after the first few minutes they tend to forget it’s running!
After the appointment, you have the opportunity to either restate you are still happy, or to say that you have changed your mind and wish it to be immediately erased.
We shall always be happy to do this, especially if you feel that what was talked about was personal to you and the doctor. Never feel awkward about saying that you have changed your mind.
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 GPs working in Tavyside Health Centre in the last financial year was £41,600 before tax and National Insurance. This is for 1 full time GP, 13 part time GP's and 1 Locum GP.