Dr A Sampson – male: he/him/his
BM BS (University of Nottingham 1999) MRCGP MRCEM BMedSci DFSRH DOccMed PGCert(ClinEd).
Dr Sampson is originally from Northamptonshire, and having qualified in 1999, worked in hospitals in the East Midlands, Sydney and Cornwall. He completed his training as a GP in 2009 in Penzance and moved to Gloucestershire in 2010. He has interests in occupational and musculoskeletal medicine, immunisations and urgent care. Dr Sampson loves cooking and spending time in the great outdoors. He is married and has two young boys. Dr Sampson consults at the surgery on four days of the week.
Dr M Cooper – female: she/her/hers
MBChB (University of Bristol 1995) MRCGP DCH DFSRH DPD.
After graduating from Bristol University Dr Cooper spent several years working in a range of specialties in hospitals across South West England and Australia before completing her GP registrar training in Cheltenham in 2001. She has interest in Dermatology and completed the Diploma of Practical Dermatology (Cardiff University) in 2009 and the Certificate of Dermoscopy (Cardiff University) in 2012. She also has an Interest in Women’s health and has the Diploma in Sexual and Reproductive healthcare and fits coils. She is an Educational and Clinical supervisor to GP trainees working in Hospital and General practice (GP trainer). Dr Cooper consults at the surgery on three days of the week.
Dr T Herbert – male: he/him/his
MBChB (University of Bristol 2009) MRCGP.
Dr Herbert joined the surgery in 2015 after completing his general practice training in Oxfordshire. He has particular interests in care for those with learning disabilities as well as dermatology and men’s health. He is also our lead for research. This involves working with our research nurse and looking at involving the practice and its population in medical research. Dr Herbert is a GP trainer. This means he is responsible for the supervision and education of doctors during their training to become a GP. Dr Herbert consults at the surgery on four days of the week.
Dr T Malins – male: he/him/his
MB ChB (University of Leicester 2007) MRCGP.
Dr Malins is originally from Herefordshire. He trained in Leicester and graduated in 2007. Following this, he did his house jobs in Leicester and Northamptonshire before going to work in New Zealand, where he gained more experience of emergency medicine in Christchurch and Nelson. He returned to train as a GP in Gloucestershire, which he completed in 2015. After a spell of working in Cornwall, he returned to Gloucestershire to settle with his young family. Dr Malins’ is our Covid lead and his medical interests include musculoskeletal medicine, minor procedures, joint injections and lifestyle and preventative medicine amongst others. Outside of work, Dr Malins enjoys any form of cycling, has competed in triathlon and adventure racing. He enjoys gardening and is keen on anything involving time spent outdoors. Dr Malins consults at the surgery three days of the week.
Dr C Kingswood – female: she/her/hers
BM BS (University of Nottingham 2011) MRCGP BSc BMedSci.
Dr Kingswood’s first degree was in biochemistry and genetics but she went on to study medicine at Nottingham University. After graduating as one of our GP trainees in 2020, she joined the partnership in 2022. Special interests of hers include women’s health, paediatrics, psychiatry and dementia care. She is our menopause lead and has championed the development of a dementia MDT model for the Stroud & Berkley Vale locality. Out of work, she enjoys baking and has a young family. Dr Kingswood consults at the surgery three days of the week.
Dr A Morris – female: she/her/hers
MB ChB (University of Bristol 2008) MRCGP.
Dr Morris was born and grew up in Warwickshire before moving to Bristol for her medical training. After qualification she spent a number of years training in hospital medicine at Bath and Swindon hospitals before completing GP training in the Swindon patch in 2017. Her interests include care of the elderly and lifestyle medicine. She is married with two small children and, in her spare time, Dr Morris can usually be found going for walks, reading or baking. Dr Morris consults at the surgery four days of the week.
Dr R Anderson – female: she/her/hers
MBChB (University of Leeds 2013) BSc (clinical genetics).
After graduating Dr Anderson completed her foundation training in Leeds before working in various medical specialties in New Zealand. She returned to Gloucestershire, where she is originally from, for GP training. Dr Anderson is now in her final stage of GP training and will finish in early 2023. Dr Anderson enjoys almost everything outdoors, particularly running, but can also be found somewhere cozy with a good book or a crochet hook. Dr Anderson consults at the surgery three days of the week.
Dr C Martin – male: he/him/his
MD (University of Malta 2016).
Dr Martin has been working in the UK for nearly 6 years and after completing the foundation programme and a year of working in the Emergency Department, is in his final year. In his free time he enjoys exploring the coastline and spending time in the sea including surfing and playing water polo, cooking meals to share with friends, and spending time in the countryside. Dr Martin consults at the surgery four days of the week.