|Dr Adam Paynter (m)|
BSc MBBS London 1985 MRCGP
I qualified in 1985 from Charing Cross Hospital in London and for seven years worked in hospitals in London and Cornwall before becoming a GP at Lander Surgery. My special interests are skin disease and minor surgery and I also supervise the Warfarin Clinic.
Outside my work my time is spent at home with my family. I have 3 children, the youngest is in the 6th form, the next is at University and the oldest has left home. Interests include walking, reading and sailing.
|Dr Catherine Margaret Laing (f)|
MB ChB Dundee 1991 MRCGP
I qualified in 1991 from Dundee Medical School in Scotland and moved to Cornwall to complete my General Practitioner training. I then worked in Australia for 3 years as a GP before joining Lander Medical Practice.
My special interests lie in family planning and women's health.
I have 2 grown up children at University, both of whom are training to be Doctors. Outside of work I love to play tennis and I am learning to speak Italian.
|Dr Matt Leigh (m)|
MB ChB Bristol 1997 DRCOG MRCGP MRCP (UK)
|Dr Peter Boyle|
MBBS 2002 (London) NMRCGP 2009
|Dr Johanna Gilfillan (f)|
MBChB, MRCGP, DFFP, PG (cert)
I trained and then qualified in South Africa in 1993, and have been living in the UK (mostly in Cornwall) since 1995.
I joined the Lander Medical Practice in 2011 where I enjoy treating patients of all ages.
In my spare time I enjoy walking my dogs, reading and fair weather cycling.
|Dr Tom Weake (m)|
MB ChB (2006, Cardiff) nMRCGP 2011
|Dr Jane Gormley (f)|
MBBS Lond 1989 MRCP (UK)
|Dr Sue McEvoy (f)|
MB ChB 1990 MRCGP MRCP (UK) MRCGP
|Dr William Sellwood (m)|
MB ChB 2001 MRCGP DRCOG DFFP
|Dr Christopher Tiley (m)|
Bsc MBBS 1992 MRCP MRCGP
I was born the week hey Jude was released! My school projects were about space, then fish and then brains.
I trained in Neurology before moving across to General Practice, though I still work as a specialist on Wednesdays. I worked in Afghanistan for a year before moving to Cornwall for Medecins Sans Frontieres and may return to this work after retirement.
I have twin daughters who make sure that any rest at home is kept to a minimum.
Sports are still a relaxation, mainly in the form of squash, cricket and running.
|Dr Meenu Kandasamy (f)|
Madras University India 1990
|Dr Elizabeth Hellyar (f)|
MB ChB Bristol, MRCP, MRCGP, DTM and H, PGCE