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Dr Nicholas J Gilbert (m)

Dr Nick Gilbert


MBChB DRCOG MRCGP (Birmingham 1985)

I qualified in medicine at Birmingham University in 1985 and worked in hospitals for the next three years, gaining experience in paediatrics, ophthalmology, orthopaedics, accident and emergency, and obstetrics and gynaecology.

I passed the membership exam of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 1990, in the same year that I started work at Heathville Medical Practice.

I worked as a Police Surgeon with Gloucestershire Constabulary for 15 years and still also carry out duties as an examiner for the DVLA. I have undertaken minor operations at the practice for the last 25 years and have been involved in projects in the city to improve care of the elderly in nursing homes.

Most recently, I have helped to oversee our transition from the premises in Heathville Road to the Aspen Centre in Horton Road.

I was born in Cardiff and I am learning Welsh, so any Welsh speakers are welcome to come and siarad yn Gymraeg gyda fi!


Dr Andrew Seymour (m)

MBBS MRCGP DMJ (London 1987)

Dr A Seymour

I qualified from St Bartholomew Hospital Medical School in 1987 and then worked in Norfolk until moving to Gloucester in 1991 to finish my training. I became a partner at Heathville Road in 1993.

I became a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 1993 and was made a Fellow of that organisation in 2012.

Over the past 20 years I have been actively involved in local medical politics and am a former chair of the Gloucestershire Local Medical Committee.

I have been involved in local clinical commissioning and, since 2012, have been the deputy clinical chair of NHS Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group.

I have previously been the lead forensic medical examiner for the county and as part of that role hold a qualification in medical jurisprudence.

I have an interest in all aspects of primary care.

Dr Rachel Khalid (f)

Dr Rachel Khalid

MBBS MRCGP DFFP (London 1998)

Graduated from Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School (Imperial College), London in 1998.

Went on to complete postgraduate training in General Practice in Surrey in 2002/3 and became a full time partner at Heathville Road in 2003. Postgraduate qualifications in obstetrics, gynaecology and family planning and, most recently, become a member of the Royal college of General Practitioners from 2004. I am a General Practice Trainer and I provide training for postgraduate doctors entering General Practice.


  • Palliative Care and Gold Standards Framework
  • Family Planning including coil fitting
  • Genitourinary medicine
  • Womens health
  • Paediatrics
  • GP training/medical education
Dr Hasib Khalid (m)


Dr Alyson van den Broek (f)

Dr Alyson VanDenBroekMdBs MRCGP Nottingham 1990 – special interests family planning

Dr Reita Kanan (f)

Dr Reita KananMB ChB 2001 Aberdeen

Dr Jacqui Orme (f)

Dr Jacqui Orme - F MB Bch 2007 Wales

Dr Wendy Peek (f)
Dr Hannah Bland (f)

Mb ChB  University of Sheffield

Dr Hannah Lunn (f)
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