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About Our Doctors

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Dr. Peter Brigg MBBS, FRCS

Qualified in 1980 in London and joined the practice in 1991. Dr. Brigg spent the early part of his career in general surgery and urology and now does much of the practice minor surgery as well as minor surgery as a Local Enhanced Service for the PCT. He also runs the Local Vasectomy Clinic, is a Police Surgeon for Surrey Police and teaches medical students on attachment from St. Georges and Southampton Medical Schools.
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Dr. Karen Robinson BSc(Hons), MBBS, DCH, DFSRH, MRCGP

Qualified in 1996 from St Georges Medical School, London and joined the practice in 2005. Dr. Robinson spent the early part of her career working in hospital medicine, including Cardiology, Paediatrics, A&E and Paediatric A&E. Since qualifying as a GP, Dr. Robinson has developed interests in paediatrics and family planning, including the fitting of Nexplanon Contraceptives and IUDs.
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Dr. Claire Brooks MBChB, MRCGP

Qualified in 1984 from Bristol and joined the practice in 1989. Dr. Brooks is the lead GP for diabetes and has interests in gynaecology. Dr. Brooks is a clinical and educational supervisor for Specialist Trainee doctors on attachment from Frimley Park Hospital.
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Dr. Nelly King MBBS, MRCGP

Qualified in 1998 and joined the practice in October 2010.  Dr King is a member of the British Accupuncture Society. Her special interests include using accupuncture in the treatment of muscular skeletal conditions and palliative care.
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Dr. Alex Sautelle MBBS, MRCGP

Qualified in 1997 from UCL, London and joined the practice in April 2007. Dr. Sautelle's career began as an Osteopath and Acupuncturist and he maintains a keen interest in these therapies. His specialist interests include musculo-skeletal conditions and complementary medicine.
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Dr. Stephen Scott-Perry BMSc(Hons), MB ChB, DRCOG, MRCGP

Qualified in 1985 from Dundee and joined the practice in 1995. Since then Dr.Scott-Perry has run the weekly Minor Surgical Procedures Clinic. He also runs the weekly Pain Clinic using trigger point release techniques. Dr. Scott-Perry is a clinical and educational supervisor for Specialist Trainee doctors on attachment from Frimley Park Hospital. Dr. Scott-Perry has a special interest in Cardiovascular Medicine and Musculo-Skeletal Conditions.
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Dr. Peter Bibawy MB BCh, MRCGP

Qualified in 1995 and joined the practice in January 2007. Dr. Bibawy's particular interests are orthopaedics, child protection and paediatrics.
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Dr. Julie Hilditch MBChB, DRCOG, MRCGP

Qualified in 1980 from Liverpool and joined the practice in 1986. Dr. Hilditch took on the role of senior partner in April 2011. Dr Hilditch has a special interest in gynaecology.
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Dr. Lesley Rosling MBBS, MRCGP

Qualified in 1984 from the Royal Free Hospital in London, and joined the practice in 2012. Dr Rosling is interested in all areas of general practice and in particular care of the elderly, paediatrics, women's health and public health. 
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Southlea Surgery
276 Lower Farnham Road,
Aldershot, Hampshire,
GU11 3RB
Aldershot Centre For Health
Wellington Avenue,
Aldershot, Hampshire,
GU11 1PA

Our Practice.

Our 'main base' is and has always been our Southlea Surgery site on Lower Farnham Road, however we also hold many of our surgeries at the modern Aldershot Centre for health. The centre has many modern benefits of a dedicated medical centre.

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We are here to help

Our staff ensure the smooth running of the practice and assist patients as much as they can. It is normal for medical receptionist staff to ask questions regarding any ailment that you wish to see a Doctor about. They do this to ensure that you are seen by the most appropriate person. They ask these questions on behalf of the Doctors and Nurses and do so with their blessing.

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Travel Clinic

With travel becoming faster and more economical than ever before, the world is far more accessible with a wide range of destinations to choose from. This means that more and more travellers are being exposed to illnesses - some of which have been previously unheard of in the UK. Visiting the travel clinic before departure helps to identify individual requirements and helps you to enjoy a safe and healthy holiday. In addition, it encourages good travel preparation.

Visit our travel clinic pages.