Dr J J Kabler
MBBS (1987) DGM MrCGP FPcert
I qualified from Royal Free Hospital in London in 1986. I spent my training rotations in Jersey General Hospital. After completing my GP training I stayed on in Jersey for 1 year doing psychiatry at which point I came back to the UK and have been at the Chipping ever since!
I do plenty of minor surgery and joint injections, occasionally acupuncture. Earlier this year I completed a 12 week training course for using a dermatoscope which increases the chance of diagnosing skin cancer over the traditional 'naked eye method'. I am married to a very busy TV presenter Jackie who currently works for QVC. Outside interests include Jumps racing, playing golf and tennis, cycling and above all cooking (closet masterchef!).
Dr Christine L Thompson
MB ChB (1986) DRCOG DFSRH
I moved from Northern Ireland in 1981 to attend Bristol University qualifying in 1986. After house jobs in Torquay and Frenchay and a spell of infectious disease medicine at Ham Green Hospital in Bristol I did GP training in Bath and Midsomer Norton. I became a partner at the surgery on the same day as Rachael Hampson in 1996 but have lived in the area since 1987.
I have a passion about good quality contraceptive advice and fit coils and implants. I am responsible for staff issues at the surgery and am involved with our newly formed patient participation group. I am also Lead GP for Safeguarding Children. I am married and have four children and two dogs which keeps me busy outside work but I also love swimming and cooking!
Dr Rachael S Hampson
MA MB ChB (1991) MRCGP DRCOG
Trained at Cambridge University and Addenbrookes Hospital
Interests in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Performs minor surgery. Married with 3 children. Lives locally. Enjoys long dog walks and gardening.
Dr Richard A Ward
MB, BS (1999)
Dr Ward originally trained as a surgeon and is a 43 year old Family man with 3 young children.
Special interests: skin/minor surgery, diabetes, kidney disease.
Dr Kathryn Jones
MBChB MRCGP DRCOG
I was born and brought up in South West Wales and moved to Bristol in 2004 to study medicine. After graduating in 2009, I continued my training at the Royal United Hospital in Bath and the Great Western Hospital in Swindon, before moving to Gloucestershire to complete my GP training. As a young GP I feel fortunate to be working alongside my colleagues at The Chipping Surgery and in such a lovely area. My interests include women’s health and paediatrics.
I am married and enjoy travelling, baking, watching Motorsport with my husband and going for walks with our dog.
Dr Daniella Duke (f)
Dr Daniella Duke (MBChB, MRCGP, DRCOG)
I qualified from the University of Birmingham in 2008 and then did my GP training in Wolverhampton and Walsall.
My interests include Paediatrics (babies & children) and Women’s Health
My husband & I moved from the Midlands to Gloucestershire in 2015 to enjoy the countryside.
I enjoy going on long walks with my dog, running and mountain biking. I also go to ballet classes and have recently started learning to play the drums!