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The surgery is committed to training and we have a permanent but changing, presence of trainee doctors and medical students. A GP Registrar is a qualified doctor. Foundation year 2 doctors are qualified doctors who are completing their training in General Practice. Medical Students are training to become doctors, and you will be seen by the student alone and one of our regular doctors. If you have any objections to seeing our students please tell the receptionist. We appreciate your help in giving them the opportunity to learn.
Qualified in 2009 through Plymouth University at Truro.
Prior to joining the surgery in 2013 Aimi spent time working on both Phoenix ward and MAU at Treliske, as well as a year at Harold White ward in Penrice hospital.
Aimi holds the COPD clinics in the surgery as well as seeing patients on a daily basis for all their healthcare needs.
Aimi has a young daughter and enjoys travelling the world as well as the English countryside.
FdSc Assistant Practitioner
Maria started her career as a Health Care Assistant at Penrice/St Austell Hospital in 1993. She joined the practice in 2002 and has developed her role in the nurse team by completing a foundation degree in 2011 to become an Assistant Practitioner. Maria has a special interest in tissue viability and wound care. She has a busy home life and enjoys looking after her grandchildren. Her hobbies include keeping fit, listening to music and cooking.
Jacqui joined the surgery in October 2018 and will hold clinics for blood tests on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday morning and Tuesday afternoons.
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