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Doctors

Dr Stuart Shields (m)

MB ChB DRGOG MRCGP DGM (Qualified 1991, Liverpool University)

Dr Shields trained at Liverpool University before working for three years at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital GP training. After a short time working in the Andover area he joined a GP Practice in March, Cambridgeshire.

Whilst there he campaigned for the community hospital, was chair of the regional commissioning network and helped set up community ultrasound and pulmonary rehabilitation. He has an interest in psychology, respiratory disease and weight loss.

Stuart’s hobbies include the army reserves, rambling, and wood work.

Dr Laura Grady (f)

MA (Cantab)

MB BChir
MRCGP
(Qualified 2012, University of Cambridge)
Dr Laura Grady joined Great Staughton Surgery in August 2017 as a salaried GP. She studied at Cambridge University and completed her GP training locally.
Following the birth of her baby, Dr Grady returned from maternity leave in October 2018.
Dr Rakesh Modi (m)

Dr Rakesh Modi joined Great Staughton Surgery as a Salaried GP in September 2018, from his position in London as Clinical Lead for Medicine and Lead for Evidence-Based Medicine at Queenswood Medical Practice.

Locum GPs

We occasionally employ locum GPs to help us provide good GP cover.

Clinical Pharmacist

Working alongside our Doctors is Aggi Moszczynskiy who is an experienced Clinical Pharmacist. Clinical Pharmacists provide you with expert advice on your medicines and will be assisting the GPs, including undertaking reviews. Please see below a leaflet explaining a bit more about the role of a Clinical Pharmacist:

Clinical Pharmacist Leaflet

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