DR RAJ SAHA
MBBS, BSc, RCGP accredited 1999, GMC 4234074
Completed his GP training in 1999. He is a GP trainer and has specialist interests in diabetes and heart failure.
DR JAMES GOSSOW
MBChB, FRCGP GMC 4323907
Dr Gossow has a specialist interest in drug rehabilitation and prison/forensic medicine. He has held numerous VSM (very senior management) posts including: PEC (Professional Executive Chair) South Tees, Medical Director for prisons in the North East and Medical Director for Tees PCTs (Primary Care Trusts). Currently Dr Gossow is working as Medical Director for NECS (North East Commissioning Support) and assistant Medical Director for Cumbria and the North East. Dr Gossow became a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2009.
DR RUTH JOHNSON
MBChB, DCH, DRCOG, MRCGP , GMC 4257930
Completed her GP training in 2003. She teaches 3rd and 5th year medical students attached to the practice and supports the G.P registrar training. She is the Clinical Implementation Lead for NHS South Tees CCG focusing on providing patient care closer to home. She is also our Practice representative for the Clinical Commissioning Group.
DR KATHERINE ANTHONY
MBChB, DCH, RCGP accredited 2006 GMC 4543206
Completed her GP training in 2001. She is a GP trainer and has particular interests in the areas of diabetes, women's health and paediatrics.
DR ALEXANDRA JONES
Completed her GP training in 2016. She assists Dr Johnson in teaching 3rd and 5th year medical students and is particularly interested in psychiatry and paediatrics.
Advanced Nurse Practitioner Partner
Advanced Nurse Practitioner - Nursing Team Lead
DR DONNA MOORE
Completed her GP training in 1990. She has an interest in mental health and works one day a week at Roseberry Park.
DR ALISON GRAINGER
DR GRAEME LITTLE
Qualified as a doctor in 2001 and completed the local GP vocational training scheme in 2005. Has particular interests in: Musculoskeletal conditions, including the provision of a variety of joint/ soft tissue injections for many musculoskeletal conditions. Minor surgery for common benign skin problems