Dr Simon Benedict Lennane (m)

BM (Southampton) 1993 DGM DRCOG MRCGP PGCertMedEd

Dr Lennane trained in Southampton and Brighton before moving to Herefordshire in 2003. Clinical interests include medicine for the elderly and palliative care. Dr Lennane is a GP Trainer, PCN Clinical Director and a GP lead for the CCG, as well as being a member of Ross-on-Wye parkrun core team and a trustee of Ross Community Development Trust.

Dr Lisa Jane Price (f)

MB BCh (Cardiff) 1998 DRCOG MRCGP

Moved to Ross On Wye after training and working in and around Cardiff. Is one of the local Training Programme Directors (TPDs) for GP specialty training and  a GP trainer. Dr Price is also an NHS England GP appraiser. Enjoys walking with her family and dog in the beautiful Herefordshire countryside.

Dr Edwina Gallagher (f)

BSc BM (Southampton) 2005 DRCOG DFSRH DGM MRCGP 

Qualified as a GP in 2010 having trained in Southampton and Portsmouth.

Since qualifying has enjoyed working as a GP in West Sussex and New Zealand and joined our team in Ross on Wye in November 2013 after moving to the area with her family.


Dr Jessica Davies (f)

MBBS BSc Infectious Disease and Immunology (Imperial college) DRCOG MRCGP .

Studied and trained in London. Joined the practice in 2017 after moving back with her husband to the area where she grew up.

Dr Jeremy Gifford (m)

Dr Jeremy Gifford BA(Cantab), MBBS (London) 2011, MRCP (2015), MRCGP

Initially in hospital medicine before deciding on a career in general practice. Moved to Herefordshire in 2016 with his wife to settle down and raise a family. Now the proud father of two young boys (so far). 

Dr Benjamin Barclay (m)

Dr Caroline Pickles (f)

GP Registrars

We are an approved training practice and from time to time we may have one or more GP Registrars. They have had at least three years of hospital experience as fully qualified doctors, and are attached to the practice for 6 or 12 months. We also have doctors in the 'second foundation year' of their training programme following qualification, for 4 months at a time, to enable them to gain experience of general practice.

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