|Dr Naomi Drury (f)|
BA, BM, BCh
Naomi started in this practice in 2005 as a GP Retainer having studied medicine at The Queen's College and Green (now Green Templeton) college. She trained in the Oxford Hospitals on the GP training scheme and has been in General Practice since 2002. Dr Drury became a partner in the summer of 2014. She currently holds surgeries to see patients on Thursday and Friday mornings and all day on Tuesday.
|Dr MaryKate Kirkaldy (f)|
MBChB, MRCGP, DCh, DRCOG
MaryKate joined the practice in 2014 and became a partner when Dr Gancz retired. She qualified from the University of Sheffield in 2004 and has been in general practice since 2008. Her areas of special interest are paediatrics and mental health. Dr Kirkaldy currently works 4 sessions a week - all day Monday and all day Wednesday.
In her leisure time she enjoys running and has three young children.
|Dr Brian Nicholson (m)|
Brian studied Medicine at the University of Leeds, completed his academic foundation training in oncology in Yorkshire, and his GP training in York and Oxford. He works at King Edward Street each Friday. Dr Nicholson is a clinical fellow in primary care researching early cancer diagnosis at the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences at the University of Oxford, and is Macmillan GP Facilitator for Oxfordshire.
|Dr Emma McKenzie-Edwards (f)|
MBBS, MRCGP, PGCMDE, DFSRH, DCh
Emma sees patients on Wednesday mornings and all day Thursday. She holds diplomas in child health and sexual and reproductive health and her practical skills include minor surgery. Dr McKenzie-Edwards is also an experienced tutor. Having taught at Peninsula Medical School and the Australian National University she is now a GP tutor for the University of Oxford.
|Dr Emily MacKeith (f)|
MBChB, MRCGP, DFSRH, Dip Pall Med
Emily recently joined the practice and sees patients on Tuesdays.
She also works at Helen and Douglas House hospice.
Her specialist interests are in paediatrics and palliative care.
She holds diplomas in sexual and reproductive health and in palliative medicine.
|Dr Gordon Gancz (m)|
MA, BM, BCh
Dr Gancz has now RETIRED.
Dr Gancz started in this practice in 1976. He was a College Doctor for 39 years until his retirement from the Practice in 2015. Having been an undergraduate at Pembroke College, Oxford he maintained a keen involvement in University medicine including helping to set up the University Counselling Service and the current College Welfare systems.