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Dr James Read (m)
Partner MA (Cantab) MBBS MRCGP DRCOG DCH DFFP Dr Read joined the Practice as a Partner in 2000, having trained in Cambridge and at Guys Hospital, London. He qualified as a GP in 1997 and has an interest in sports medicine which reflects his hobbies of running, tennis and skiing.staff_DrRead
Dr Paul O'Halloran (m)
Partner MRCS MRCGP DFFP FRCGP Dr O'Halloran is a General Practice trainer and a GP Appraiser. His areas of specialist interest are Palliative Care, Diabetes, Education and Training of new GPs. His hobbies include competitive cycling, mountain biking, sailing and kayaking.staff_DrOHalloran
Dr Bonnie Toulson (f)


Dr Toulson Joined the practice in 2011 having completed her GP training in Winchester. She qualified as a Physiotherapist from Kings College London in 2001 and as a Doctor from Sheffield University in 2006. her interests include Womens Health (She has regular coil and Nexplanon fitting appointments) and Paediatrics. She loves all sports and travelling.


Dr Christine Glew (f)
Dr Glew joined the practice in September 2011 from Alresford Surgery. She is married with two young children. Her main areas of interest are women's health and safeguarding of adults and children.


Dr Angela Lewis (f)
Associate Doctor MB BS DA Dr Lewis has been working at the Gratton since 1986. She is trained in Family Planning, in which she does clinics for RHCH.staff_AngelaLewis2
Dr Alison Wyborn (f)
Associate Doctor BM MRCGP DCH DRCOG Dr Wyborn has regular surgeries at the Gratton on Tuesdays and Thursdays. She has worked with the doctors at the Gratton since 1997.staff_AlisonWyborn


Stop Smoking Service

The Practice is keen to promote healthy living and support patient who would like to give up smoking.

We offer one to one support from qualified stop smoking individuals, appointments are available to book by telephoning our surgery on 01962 160394

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