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Repeat Prescriptions - we have reverted back to two full working days for repeat orders.  In accordance with NHS guidance repeat prescriptions are, in general, issued as a one month supply.

Doctors

Dr James Thompson (m)

BM MRCGP DRCOG  (Registered Manager/GP Partner)

Dr Thompson joins us from Marisco Medical Practice in Mablethorpe.  He was born in Ascot and qualified in Southampton in 2005, Dr Thompson is a member of the Cancer Research Primary Care Advisory Group and is also involved in medical education and regularly contributes to magazine health-related articles.  Dr Thompson is recently married and enjoys keeping himself fit.

Dr Jerry Thompson (m)

MBBS, MRCP, MRCGP (Salaried GP)

Qualified at Newcastle University in 1975 and worked for several years in hospital medicine before becoming a GP partner in Langley and Slough in 1983.

He is a qualified member of the British Society of Ecological Medicine and has interests in environmental medicine, nutrition and mind-body medicine. He has a long-standing interest in people who recover from major illnesses against the odds.

He is married with two grown-up sons.

Dr Agata Piotrowska

Agata obtained her degree in medicine from the Medical University of Lodz in 2003 and has been a GP since 2011.  Agata has ten years experience of working in primary care setting.  Agata moved to Aberdeen from Poland in June 2015.  She enjoys travelling and scrapbooking.  Agata has a daughter.

Dr Jessica Jones

Jessica obtained her degree from the University of Leicester in 2011 and completed her junior doctor years in Somerset before returning to the East Midlands for GP training. Before pursuing medicine she qualified as a physiotherapist.  She has an interest in obstetrics and gynaecology.

She is married with a son and is passionate about cooking in her spare time.

 
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