• 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. I also have an interest in Skin problems and use a dermatoscope which enables you to see more details of a skin lesion than you can with the naked eye. This helps to decide what may be a skin cancer and what is benign. I am married to a very busy TV presenter and bestselling author 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 I became a partner at the surgery 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 personnel at the surgery and regularly attend our patient participation meetings. I am also Lead GP for Safeguarding Children and learning disability. I am a clinical supervisor which involves mentoring our junior doctors in training as well as looking after the many medical students that we have.
    I am married and have four children and two dogs which keeps me busy outside work but I also love running and cooking!

  • Dr Rachael S Hampson

    MA MB ChB (1991) MRCGP DRCOG
    I trained at Cambridge University and Addenbrookes Hospital, qualifying in 1994. After working as a junior doctor in and around Cambridgeshire I decided to return to my roots in the South West. I have been a part time partner since 1996.
    I am the practice lead for Research, Adult Safeguarding and have a special interest in care of the elderly.
    I am married with three grown up children. I love walking , gardening and travel.

    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.

Salaried GPs

  • Dr Kathryn Jones

    I qualified from The University of Bristol in 2009 and have worked locally at the Royal United Hospital, Great Western Hospital and Gloucestershire Royal. I completed my GP training in 2014 and have been at The Chipping Surgery ever since.
    I value the variety of General Practice and the opportunity to get to know patients and their families. I have completed additional qualifications in Women’s Health and Family Planning and fit contraceptive coils and implants. I also have an interest in child health.
    I am involved in medical education and am a GP trainer, providing supervision to the Foundation trainees and GP Registrars.
    Outside of work I volunteer with a dog rescue and enjoy spending time with friends and family.

  • Dr Dannie Duke

    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 have a young daughter who keeps me busy when I am not at work. As a family, we enjoy walking and going mountain biking in the lovely local countryside. During my “me time”, I enjoy furniture painting, going out for a jog and I have recently started playing netball again.