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Good news!!!

We have 3 new doctors joining St Clements Surgery, over the next few months:

Dr Becky Mitchinson – is an experienced GP, qualified from Guy and St Thomas College, London in 2003. Has been a GP in a practice in Southsea for a couple of years, and has now relocated to the Winchester area with her family. Is interested in Women’s health and contraception. Enjoys spending time with her family outdoors, anything from walking to cycling!

Dr Celia Belk - Qualified from Oxford University in 2009, completed her GP training in London and worked as a GP in Camden for 4 years, before relocating to Winchester with her family in 2019. Enjoys all aspects of General Practice, particularly children’s health problems. Is a keen runner and enjoys skiing and long dog walks with her family.

Dr Daisy Baker - Trained at Sheffield Medical School and qualified in 2006. Started life as a medic, but after 6 years in Medicine, however re-trained and started working as a GP in 2014. Enjoys all aspects of the GP world but have special interests in women’s health. Outside of work and medicine, enjoys time with my family, cooking, baking and everything food related!


Get Hampshire Walking. What’s happening in your area?

Get Hampshire Walking

Why Walk?
If you find it difficult to get active, why not start walking? It is easy to get started and it counts towards your recommended amount of physical activity.

Benefits include:
• Maintaining a healthy weight
• Preventing or managing various conditions including heart disease and high blood pressure
• Strengthening your bones and muscles
• Improving your confidence
• Improving your balance and coordination
• Opportunities to socialise, meet new people and explore new places

To find out what's happening near you please go to https://www.westhampshireccg.nhs.uk/get-hampshire-walking

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