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After fifteen years with the Practice, Dr Jackie Koo, GP Partner will be taking up the chance to emigrate to Australia and seek opportunities for her and her family on 31st March 2019.



Dr Koo joined the Practice in November 2004 and has been a key leader of change, responding to the needs of the patients to improve services and the quality of care.


Whilst we will be losing an excellent clinician, who has helped to lead the team, Dr Cowee and Dr Siriwardena will remain in post as GP Partners, support by Hannah Crisford, Practice Manager.


The Practice has already recruited two new GPs to support Dr Koo’s departure. We will to continue to expand our already well established Clinical team further as the population grows.


We will make further announcements in relation to new members of the team as appropriate.


17th January 2019

Doctors

Dr Jacqueline Koo (Senior Partner) (f)

Dr Koo joined the practice in November 2004. She qualified at University College Cork and is a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health and holds the Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Dr Koo is a GP with a Special Interest in Dermatology.

Dr Ruwani Siriwardena (f)

Dr Siriwardena qualified at the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin. She is a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners. She also holds the Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, the Diploma of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health and the Masters in Public Health from University College Dublin. She is the practice clinical lead for older people.

Dr Samantha Cowee (f)

Dr Samantha A Plagaro Cowee. MBBS equiv; FRCS Edinburgh; MRCGP; Diploma in Sports Medicine Bath University.
After qualifying as a doctor in Tenerife in 1993, Dr Cowee came over to the UK and has been working in the NHS since. She spent many years in hospital medicine, in particular A&E medicine. It was back in 2003 that she made the change into General practice and has remained in this field since.
Her specialist interests are the musculoskeletal system, sport injuries and more recently acupuncture specially for musculoskeletal problems.

Dr Paul Cairns (m)

Dr Cairns grew up in Cambridge and went to Birmingham University Medical School.
He did a series of A+E and surgical jobs in the West Midlands, North Wales, and Cambridge, before commencing GP training in Bury St Edmunds. Dr Cairnsqualified as a GP in 2010.
He is a Recognised Clinical Teacher at Cambridge University and has been actively involved with the teaching of Graduate Students. He continues to enjoy performing Minor Surgery at MMP.

Dr Anita Korouth (f)

Dr Korouth joined the Practice in October 2016.

Dr Richard Wilson (m)

Graduated from Glasgow University 1985.


Dr Wilson worked as GP partner in North East Essex for 27 years and moved to the Cambridge area as his wife, and children work here. In Essex Dr Wilson was a GP trainer and Programme Director for Specialist Training of Junior Doctors on the GP training scheme in Colchester. He took partial retirement this year, but continues to enjoy working as a GP two days per week at Monkfield Medical Practice.

Dr Mo Wang (f)
 
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