Dr. Reem Al-Shaikh (Medical Director) - Linton
MBBS BSc Hons (2006), DRCOG, DFSRH, MRCGP(2012)

I trained in Guys Kings and St Thomas Medical school, London. I moved to Cambridge for my general practice training and have stayed, having qualified as a GP in 2012. I enjoy all aspects of general practice and have a specialist interest in women’s health, as well as all aspects of family planning and contraception, including implant and coil fitting.

I am dedicated to my work and am grateful to be part of a wonderful growing practice.

Dr. Mig Arbide - Linton

I have been a GP since 2000 and a Partner in the practice since 2002. I have Spanish / Australian nationality and have lived in the UK for over 30 years. I am married with three children.

I am Accredited GPwSI in vasectomy, GP lead in minor surgery and dermatology.

My hobbies include open water swimming and I am a keen gardener.

Dr Simon Ball - Sawston
MB BChir(Cambridge 1992) DRCOG MRCGP

Qualified from Cambridge University in 1992 and after a year as a GP registrar in the Practice, became a Partner in 1997. He is involved in the training of GP registrars in his role as a GP trainer.

Clinical interests include paediatrics and care of the elderly although he enjoys the variety of medicine primary care offers.

Dr Bissett - Linton

Qualifed from Cambridge University and St Thomas's hospital,London University in 1987.Some of my training as a GP was at sawston medical practice in 1991.I have been a partner at Linton since 1998.

I enjoy the variety that General Practice offers,with an interest in womens health and the elderly.I teach medical students from cambridge university and am an examiner for medical final examinations.

Dr Fiona Clark - Sawston
MB BChir (Cambridge 1994) MRCP (Paeds) DRCOG

Qualified as a doctor in 1994. She came to Granta Medical Practices as a GP registrar in 2000. In 2002 she joined as a GP retainer.

Her principal interests are paediatrics, gynaecology and family planning. She undertakes childhood surveillance and supervises the childhood vaccination programme.

Dr Jo Farnell - Linton
MBChB, DRCOG,DCH and MRCGP

Has been a partner in the practice since 1993 and has special interest in the care of the elderly, dermatology and contraception.

Hobbies include sports (tennis, golf, running and cycling), pottery, reading and gardening

Dr Ian Head - Sawston
BSc MB BS DRCOG MRCGP

Qualified from London in 2005 before moving to Camridge to complete his GP training. He has been at Granta Medical Practices since 2008 and enjoys all aspects of general practice and is involved in the LTMC clinic with particular interest in Diabetes.

Dr. Laurence Kemp (Medical Director) - Linton
MA MB BChir (Cantab) MSc MRCGP DRCOG Pg Cert MedEd

I qualified from University of Cambridge in 2004 and after working as a junior Doctor at Addenbrookes and in several local GP Practices, I became a partner at Linton in 2011. My clinical interests are in geriatric medicine, palliative care and men's health issues. I am also very involved in medical education and work one day a week at the clinical school in Cambridge organising various courses.

When not working, I enjoy spending time with my wife and three boys.

Dr David Kilcommons - Sawston
MB ChB (Manchester 1992) DGM MRCGP

I qualified as a GP from the Cambridge VTS training scheme in 1996 and joined Granta Medical Practices in 1998.

Whilst work in General Practice presents an enjoyably wide range of people and problems, I am one of several clinicians particularly involved in the management of diabetes and other long term medical conditions and also have a keen interest in sports medicine and mens health.

Dr James Morrow - Sawston
MA(Cambridge), BM, BCh (Oxford 1990), LLB

Qualified from Oxford in 1990 after pre-clinical studies at Cambridge. Became a partner at the Practice in May 2007 after twelve years as a GP in Marlow, Buckinghamshire. I am currently the managing partner at the practice.

He enjoys the full range of general practice but has particular interests in minor surgery, gastroenterology, men's health issues and the teaching of medical students.

Dr Petter - Linton
MA MB BChir MRCGP DRCOG DGM

I did my medical training in Cambridge and have been a GP at Linton since 1996.

I have a particular interest in diabetes and am a GP Trainer.

Outside of work, I enjoy sailing and windsurfing. I am passionate about classical music and play violin in the City of Cambridge Symphony Orchestra.

Dr Wheeler - Linton

Dr Sharon Woods - Sawston
MB BS (London 1988) MRCP DRCOG

Qualified in London and worked in general medicine and oncology before training as a GP at Sawston.

She enjoys all aspects of general practice and has particular interests in dermatology, womens health and family planning. She teaches medical students from Addenbrookes Hospital.

All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (i.e average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.

It should be noted that the prescribed method for calculating earnings is potentially misleading because it takes no account of how much time doctors spend working in the practice. This information should not be used to form any judgement about GP earnings, nor to make any comparison with any other practice.

Granta Medical Practices is unable to supply this information as this Practice is newly formed and therefore has no earnings for the years 2014/2015

We will update the website with details at the end of this financial year.

Sawston Medical Centre
London Road
Sawston
Cambridge CB22 3HU

Appointments: 01223 727555

Linton Health Centre
Coles Lane
Linton
Cambridge CB21 4JS

Appointments: 01223 892555

Sawston Medical Practice and Linton Health Centre, two of the largest practices in South Cambridgeshire, merged to form Granta Medical Practices on 1st April 2016.