Doctors

Dr Sudip Nandy – MB BS, London 1991, Dip. Obs. (NZ), DCH, MRCGP

Trained in London and joined St Clements in 2004. I enjoy the challenges of the varied clinical aspects of general practice, and I provide educational supervision for junior doctors training to become GPs. I also work as an examiner for the Royal College of General Practitioners.

In my time off I enjoy spending time with family and friends, reading, running and cricket.

Dr Suzie Burns – MB BS, BSc, DCH, DRCOG, DipFP, MRCGP

Trained at UCL, graduating in 1992. I was a GP partner in Tower Hamlets for 6 years before moving to Winchester and joining the practice in 2007. I have interests in womens health and psychological problems but share with my partners an interest in the stimulating variety of general practice. Married with 3 children, I occasionally get to ski, sail or do a sprint triathalon!

Dr Helen Webb – BM, MRCGP, DRCOG, DGM

I qualified from Southampton Medical School in 2008. I worked as a Doctor at the Royal Hampshire County Hospital in Winchester for three years before completing my GP training. I joined St Clements as a partner in 2014. I enjoy all aspects of general practice, with a particular interest in providing healthcare to the homeless population of Winchester. I also thoroughly enjoy medical education and hopefully inspiring the next generation of GP’s. My hobbies include line-dancing, painting, writing poetry, baking and singing.

From 18th July 2022, is now the registered GP for the Care Quality Commission for St Clements Surgery.

Dr Laura Carter – MBBS, DRCOG, MRCGP, BSc, BSc (Hons), PGDip

I trained at Kings College London, graduating in 2008. I initially worked in Kent before moving to complete GP training in Winchester.I finished training in June 2016 and have stayed on here at St Clements.Prior to Medicine I worked as a psychiatric nurse and with adults with learning disabilities.

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 has special interest in women’s health.

Dr Matt Hammerton– MB BS(Hons), BSc(Hons), MSc, MRCGP

Appointed as a GP Partner in October 2020 having qualified at Southampton University in 2014 and completed my GP training locally. I enjoy all aspects of General Practice but am particularly interested in making sure any new digital solutions are appropriate and empathetic to the needs of our patients and the practice. I work part-time as the Digital Primary Care Clinical lead for Wessex Academic Health Science Network. I’m married with 3 children. I have a passion for sport particularly running marathons and undertaking endurance events.

Dr Sian Robertson

Dr Nicola Rose – MB BS, MRCGP,  DFSRH

I trained at Newcastle Medical School, qualifying in 2008 and then moving to Winchester for my junior doctor years. I completed my GP training in the Basingstoke area, working there for 8 years at various practices.

I have a special interest in Women’s Health, contraception and in training junior doctors to become GPs.

In my spare time I enjoy running, crochet, films and cooking. I’m a mum to 2 young children and a cat.

Dr Lisa Whitehead

I graduated in 2006 from University of Birmingham. For the next 15 years, I completed my junior doctor and GP training in the West Midlands then worked in a semi-rural setting near Solihull before very recently moving to the area (April 2021). I live with my husband and 2 young daughters. We are enjoying life down here in Hampshire and looking forward to exploring the beautiful countryside. The variety that the GP day brings is wonderful – but have an interest particularly in Women’s Health and Paediatrics.

Dr Pratiksha Patel – MBChB, MRes, MRCGP, DRCOG

I qualified in 2016 from The University of Liverpool and started working as a junior doctor in London. I did my GP training in Winchester. I enjoy all aspects of general practice but particularly enjoy women’s health. In my spare time, I enjoy hiking, spending time outdoors and baking!

Dr Alice Hurlstone

I qualified from Southampton Medical School in 2016. I then worked as a junior doctor for two years at the Royal Hampshire County Hospital in Winchester. Thereafter I commenced my GP training, completing my GP registrar year at St Clements Surgery. I have stayed on since as a salaried GP. Like my colleagues I enjoy the variety that working in general practice brings; particular areas of interest to me are mental health and women’s health. Outside of work I enjoy long walks exploring the local countryside, water sports and I regularly practice yoga and Pilates.

Dr Sascha Muldoon

Dr Caroline Stedman