|Dr Chloe Borton (f)|
MA(Oxon) MBBS MRCGP DFSRH PGCE
- Studied Experimental Psychology at Magdalen College, Oxford University.
- Worked as a Primary School Teacher in South London for four years prior to studying medicine at St. Mary's Hospital Medical School ( Imperial College ) and qualified as a Doctor in 1998
- Worked at Northwick Park Hospital, Harrow, prior to starting a GP training scheme based in Oxford. Completed hospital jobs at the John Radcliffe and Churchill Hospital, Sobell House Hospice and the Rivermead Rehabilitation Unit ( now the Centre for Enablement at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Hospital ).
- Trained as a GP at the East Oxford Health Centre and has subsequently worked at a number of Practices in the Oxford Area.
- Special interests include Women and Children's Health, Family Planning and Sexual Health, Infectious Disease and Travel Health.
- Worked as a Medical Author for www.patient.co.uk writing patient leaflets and internet articles for GPs.
- Currently working towards becoming a GP educator.
- Dr Borton works 5 clinical sessions (2.5 clinical days) a week
|Dr Matthew Easdale (m)|
BA BMBCh MRCGP DCH DRCOG
- Qualified in 2007 from Oxford University (St Edmund Hall)
- Practiced general medicine at the John Radcliffe Hospital and general surgery in Bucks prior to joining the Oxford GP training scheme
- Worked in paediatrics, psychiatry and musculoskeletal medicine before completing GP placements at The Abingdon Surgery, The Nuffield Surgery, Witney and Martson Medical Centre.
- Worked as a GP locum doctor in a wide variety of Oxfordshire practices before joining no 28 as a partner
- Special interests include children's medicine, minor surgery, mental health and musculoskeletal medicine
- Dr Easdale is the Oxford University Boat Club appointed doctor
- Represents the practice at the Oxford City Commissioning Group meetings
- Dr Easdale works 8 clinical sessions (4 clnical days) a week
|Dr Robin Carr (m)|
MB BS DRGOG DGM FP Cert
- Dr Carr worked in Somerset for over twenty years and moved to Oxford five years ago with his wife's work as a consultant at The John Radcliffe Hospital. He was a full time GP and senior partner of a Health Centre. He is very fond of traditional general practice.
- Is interested in chest medicine and practiced in hospital outpatients before coming here. Has specialised in Asthma and COPD. Dr Carr is the county's GP lead for respiratory illness, where he organises teaching and study days.
- Has wide experience of looking after older patients from looking after people in nursing homes both in Oxfordshire and Somerset.
- Has two grown up children one an architect and the other finishing a degree in London. Dr Carr is a keen sportsman, fisherman and gardener
- Dr Carr works 4 clinical sessions (2 clinical days) a week at the practice
|Dr Rachel C Allan (f)|
BSc MBBS MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH (London 2004) DCH and DipMedEd
- Qualified in 2004 from UCL Medical School.
- Dr Allan has worked locally at the Oxford Radcliffe Hospital before working as a GP Partner in Abingdon.
- Her interests include diabetes, women and children's health.
- She is an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer in General Practice for Oxford University and she really enjoys teaching medical students.
|Dr Andrew Papanikitas (m)|
BSc (Hons), MA, MBBS, DHMSA, DPMSA, DCH, MRCGP, PhD
Academic GP assistant
NHS England Publication of GP Net Earnings 2014/15
All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (eg average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.
The average pay for GPs working for six months or more in 28 Beaumont Street Practice in the last financial year was £35647 before Tax and National insurance. This is for 1 full time 3 part time and 1 locum GP averaging just over 4 clinical sessions (2 clinical days) a week.
It is important to note that our doctors dedicate far more time than just their clinical days to working at the practice. In current general practice all GPs now have to work extensively during their non clinical days to fulfil their clinical and administrative responsibilities. This explains why most GPs are obliged to work "part time" clinical hours. The pay of GP partners are in fact only awarded for the clinical hours they work and do