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Dr Tara H Verity

Dr_Verity.jpgMB BChir MRCGP DCH DRCOG - Qualified 1991, Cambridge
I worked in hospitals and General Practice in inner London before joining Caddington Surgery in 1998. I am married with three children. I enjoy singing, cycling, swimming, art and my involvement with our local church.

Dr Jenny Luckhurst

Dr_Luckhurst.jpgMBBS, DFFP, DRCOG, MRCGP - Qualified in 1994 from Kings College London.
I have been working as a GP locum since 2000 - including in Caddington and joined as a partner on 1st March 2005. My special interests are in ENT and Family Planning Outside work I enjoy playing in a local orchestra, singing in the church choir, walking and swimming.

Dr Andrew Hart
Andrew Hart – BM BCH, DCH, DRCOG, DPD, FRCGP. Qualified Oxford 1984. I’ve worked in Northampton, London, Scotland, New Zealand and Canada and joined Caddington in 2014.  I have a special interest in dermatology.

I enjoy all sports and currently cycle, ski and occasionally skate. I also like gardening, walking and cooking (especially bread making).

Dr Jacqueline Bishop (f)

Dr BishopQualified in 1994 from University College London. 

MRCGP,DCH,DRCOG,DFFP,BSc (psychology).

Trained and worked in London as a locum and then as a salaried doctor, which included some medical student teaching, Care of the Elderly Clinics and Women's Health. I also work for a GP out of hours service.

Dr Niamh White (f)

Dr WhiteMBBS BSc Hons Neuroscience, DRCOG, DCH, MRCGP. Qualified 2006 Imperial College London. I have been working in North London as a locum and then a salaried doctor since 2011 and joined the Caddington team as a partner in July 2015. I have a special interest in Paediatrics and represent the practice locally at our Clinical Commissioning group. Most of my time outside of work is taken up being a Mum but when I can I love to take part in my local amateur dramatics society and I enjoy swimming and skiing.

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