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Dr J J Kabler

Kabler.jpgMBBS (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

Thompson.jpgMB 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

Hampson.jpgMA 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

Ward.jpgMB, 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 GP's

Dr Kathryn Jones

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)daniella

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!

Dr Christopher Worrall (m)



I previously trained in general surgery & urology, and I retain a keen interest in these specialities.   I very much enjoy the practical and procedural aspect of general practice and I would also like to be involved in minor surgery in the future.

I am a member of the Primary Care Urology Society and would like to be a GP with specialist interest in urology.

I have a wife and young baby and have recently moved to Thornbury from Bristol, we are very much enjoying living in  South Gloucestershire.

My main interest away from medicine stems mainly from sport. My first love has always been football .

I am also a very enthusiastic runner, I enjoy sailing and have been awarded my Competent Crew certificate, I am also a very keen surfer.

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