|Dr A J Craven|
MB, ChB, FRCGP.
Dr Craven qualified from the University of Leeds in 1987. He is especially interested in diabetes, psychiatry, sports medicine and minor surgery. He is the Associate Director of General Practice Education at Health Education North West. He also does sessions for the Out Of Hours Service (Bayurgent Care) as a supervisor and trainer
|Dr M D Denver|
MB BS (Lond), DA (UK), Dip IMC RCS (Ed), MRCGP.
Dr Denver qualified from Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School in 1990. He served in the Royal Army Medical Corps from 1987 until 1999. He also works a weekly session in Accident and Emergency at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary. His other interests include cardio vascular medicine, minor surgery, sports medicine, orthopaedics and psychiatry. He is an experienced GP Trainer. Dr Denver is married with a daughter, enjoys skiing, golfing, dog walking and nice cars.
|Dr R F Gilbert|
MB CHB, MRCGP, DCH, DRCOG, DFRSH
Dr Gilbert qualified from Manchester University in 1995. She is interested in children's health, women's health, dermatology and minor surgery. Dr Gilbert is also a trainer for junior doctors and medical students.
|Dr M J Murgatroyd|
MB BS (Lond,) MRCS (Eng), LRCP (Lond), FFRSH, MRCGP.
Dr Murgatroyd qualified from Guy's Hospital in London in 1971. She is a qualified Trainer of General Practitioners, an examiner of medical students and a Family Planning Instructing Doctor. She runs a weekly sexual health clinic at the practice. Dr Murgatroyd is a member of the British Medical Accupuncture Society (BMAS). She became a Fellow of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health Care in 2008.
|Dr Dominic J Ingram (m)|
MBChB Manchester 1991 MRCGP
Dr Ingram has been working in Morecambe since 1995. Dr Ingram enjoys all aspects of general practice, he's also a local RNLI medical officer and covers sessions in A+E. Dr Ingram has lots of children , animals and a large garden that keep him and his nurse practitioner wife busy at home.
|Dr Helen Darby (f)|
MBChB, MRCGP, DRCOG
Dr Darby qualified from the University of Manchester in 2004. Dr Darby began GP training in Lancaster from 2005, working at St John's Hospice and Royal Lancaster Infirmary in the Paediatrics, Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Accident and Emergency Departments. Dr Darby then went on to complete her final year of GP training at the Lunesdale Surgery in 2008.
|Dr Mahmoud Abdul Jalil (m)|
Interested in mental health and musculoskeletal problems. Previous emergency medicine experience.