|Dr David Lloyd (m)|
MBChB, FRCGP I have been a GP in this practice since 1980. I trained in Bristol, learnt to be GP at Northwick Park, worked through many changes in the surgery and the health service, and am keen for more changes to happen. I can remember this practice when there was only one doctor here - Dr Shackleton! And reception was guarded by two wise old nurses - Mary and Margaret. What would they think of the surgery now! I am directly involved in Harmoni, an organisation looking after patients when surgeries in West London are shut and working with NHS Direct to make it a useful and essential part of the local health system. I have several special interests: mental health, health information technology, children's health and asthma come to mind. I feel part of a great team and want to know more about what patients want, so we can make the Ridgeway the best!
|Dr Clare Etherington (f)|
BSc MBBS DRCOG MRCGP DFFP I qualified from UCH,London in 1986 and joined the Ridgeway Surgery in 1998. I deal with the full range of general practice problems but have particular interests in womens’ health and paediatrics. I run the baby clinic with Dr Lloyd and the health visitors. I am involved in GP education, teach medical students and GP registrars, I am the GP tutor for Hillingdon and an MRCGP examiner. I am married with 2 children and 3 cats. I attend the gym and yoga classes, play squash and grow organic fruit and vegetables on my allotment.
|Dr Genevieve Small (f)|
MBBS BSc MRCP MRCPCH FRCGP
I qualified from the Royal Free Medical School in 1996. As a General Practitioner I have always had a special interest in Child Health. I started my career in paediatrics working in Great Ormond Street Hospital. After obtaining my Specialist Paediatric qualification I moved into General Practice, where my heart lay. I joined the Ridgeway Surgery in 2001. I continue to have close involvement with Children’s services for the wider community. I enjoy all aspects of medical education and am a Trainer for GPs. Outside of medicine I am most likely to be found discussing my Pekingese dogs or classic films.