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Doctors

Dr Ian F Shiffman (m)

MB ChB DRCOG Qualified in 1979 from Liverpool University

Special interests are sports injuries and cardiology

Dr Paula Finnerty (f)

MB ChB DRCOG Qualified in 1984 from Liverpool University

Special interests are hypertension, respiratory disease and women's health issues. Sits on the Liverpool Clinical Commisioning Group

Dr Anthony B Smith (m)

BSc MB ChB MRCGP DRCOG DFFP DPD Qualified in 1984 from Leeds University

Special interests are dermatology, minor surgery (including cryotherapy), medical computing and informatics, and travel medicine.

Dr Nicola J Culkin (f)

MB ChB MRCGP DRCOG DFFP  Qualified  in 2000 from Leeds University

Special interests are women's health/contraception, palliative care.

Dr Colin Harding (m)

MB ChB, MRCGP. Qualified in 2006 at Liverpool University

Special interests are in dermatology and minor surgery.
Dr Free McKenna (m)

BSc M.Phil MB ChB MRCGP Qualified Liverpool University in 2006

Special interests Paediatrics Sports Medicine

Dr Laura Fadden (f)

MB ChB MRCGP Qualified from Liverpool University in 2008

Special interest in palliatve care.

Dr Andrew Halsall (m)

MB CHB  and MB BS mean Doctor of Medicine and Doctor of Surgery and are the basic qualifications to be a doctor.

MRCGP means that the doctor has become by examination  a Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners.
DRCOG means the doctor has passed the Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
DFFP means that the doctor has passed the Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning.
DPD means that the doctor has passed the Diploma in Practical Dermatology.
DCH means the doctor has passed the Diploma in Child Health
DFSRH means the doctor has passed theDiploma from the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health
BSc is a Bachelor of Science degree showing that a doctor has studied in another field apart fro their medical degree
 
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