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The Three Spires Medical Practice, Truro Health Park, Infirmary Hill, Truro, TR1 2JATel: 01872 272272
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MB BS, DCH, DRCOG, MRCGP Dr. Short trained at University College Hospital in London. He qualified in 1984. After completing his postgraduate training at The Royal Cornwall Hospitals, he joined the practice in 1991. He provides the full range of General Medical Services and has a special interest in Diabetes and Respiratory diseases. He is the Practice Prescribing lead and is a member of the Kernow CCG Prescribing Committee.
MB ChB MRCGP (Merit) DCH DRCOG DFFP Since graduating from Bristol Medical School in 1996, I have worked around the South West with a year working in Western Australia. I work part time and have 2 small children. I do a well woman clinic every other week providing contraception services and community gynaecology. My other interests include ENT and paediatrics. I also work as the medical officer for Truro High School for girls
MB Bch MRCP MRCGP MFAEM. Originally from Truro and very happy to be working back in his home town.First registered in 1999. He provides a full range of general medical services including a special interest in general medicine and orthopaedics / sports injuries. He has a background training in accident emergency medicine and also provides minor surgery, joint injections and vasectomy with Dr Bull. He is a GP trainer for junior doctors and also involved with teaching medical students within the practice. Very thankful to be back home and able to enjoy his favourite sports of mountainbiking and surfing here with the family.
BSc (Hons) MB BCh MRCS(Ed) DPD(Cardiff) Dr Patrick Black qualified in August 2000 from Cardiff and prior to working in General practice he had lots of surgical experience in South Wales and the South West. At present he lives near Truro and has a young family, he plays most sports and golf (badly) and enjoys the beaches and outdoor life. His interests are dermatology, diabetes and minor surgery. Dr Black will be performing surgical procedures at Three Spires as well as General practice.
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Dr Richard Pratt trained at St George's University of London. Following initial training at Torbay hospital he spent a year working in the British Virgin Islands. He then returned to Cornwall to complete his GP training.
In addition to his clinical work, he has a number of other allied interests. He is the regional representative for the RCGP First5 scheme, which focuses on professional development and support of GPs in their first 5 years post-qualification. He enjoys training and examination of medical students. Of particular interest to him is the use of technology, such as smartphone apps, in providing better patient care.
MBChB, MRCGP, DPD (Cardiff)
I qualified from Edinburgh University in 2009 and moved to beautiful Cornwall 4 years ago to complete my GP training. I now work part time as I have a young daughter and enjoy walks along the costal path, gardening and yoga. I have a special interest in dermatology and am currently studying for a diploma in family planning.
MB, BS, MRCGP, DRCOG, DCH.
I grew up in Northern Ireland and trained at Trinity College, Dublin, qualifying in 1999. I completed my GP training in Liverpool and have worked as a part-time GP in the South West since. I have lived in Cornwall for nearly 6 years now and have 3 small children. Outside work, I enjoy cycling, swimming and winter sports.I provide a full range of services and particularly enjoy Paediatrics and Elderly Medicine.
MMBS MRCGP DCH DRCOG DFFP
Dr Fell qualified in 2003 from University College London. She has worked as a GP in Bristol, Brighton and is now very happy to be a GP in Cornwall. She provides a full range of services for the practice. She spends part of her working week in the hospital as an Acute GP and works for the Referral Management Service.In her spare time she enjoys netball, running and spending time with her family.
Pernille is our Lead Nurse and Nurse Practitioner, she holds general nursing clinics and the minor illness clinic. She also runs an INR clinic, a specialist CHD clinic and a respiratory clinic and travel vaccinations.
Janet does general nursing clinics and she has a special interest in wound care.
Rachel is our Community Matron. Her role is looking after the needs of our elderly patients. She works with the community nurses, social services and other care agencies to coordinate health care. She covers both Lander and Three Spires patients.
Hannah works four days per week as a HCA. Her work involves taking blood and performing diagnostic tests.
Rachael is an HCA for the well woman and minor ops clinics and HCA and co-ordinator for the Vasectomy clinic.
Rachel works as an HCA taking bloods. She also takes an INR clinic and performs diagnostic tests.
From left to right: Pernille Wood (Lead Nurse), Kate Jose, Rachel Dunstan, Hannah Passmore, Rachael Palmer, Liz Boyle (Lead Phlebotomist)
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