Dr Fiona Clough is the Senior Partner at the Broadshires Health Centre, having been here since 1989. She works every day except Thursday. As well as her general appointments, Dr Clough offers coil fittings, minor surgery and is the practice lead on Child Protection issues. In her spare time she enjoys skiing, running, and going to exercise classes. She has completed several challenges to raise money for charity, including the ‘Moonwalk’ in London which raised money to help increase Breast Cancer awareness.
Dr Nicholas Jones sees patients on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. As well as offering routine appointments and a weekly Minor Surgery Clinic, Dr Jones visits a nursing home in Carterton once a week to see patients who cannot come into the practice. He is also heavily involved in training new doctors who have placements with the Broadshires, taking GP Registrars from the John Radcliffe Hospital who are at various stages of their 6 year training program. In his spare time Dr Jones enjoys skiing and cycling and has completed various triathlons and long distance cycle events.
Dr Christine A’Court sees patients on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, for general routine appointments, coil fittings and minor surgery. She also works for Thames Valley Primary Care Research Partnership as their GP Research Champion, and with the University of Oxford on research projects our patients can participate in. Outside the practice Dr A’Court enjoys running, dance, and being led a merry dance by her three children!
Dr Debbie Noble works on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays, seeing patients in general surgery. Dr Noble specialises in ‘Genito-Urinary Medicine’ so in addition to her work at the Broadshires she works one day a week for the ‘GUM Clinic’ at the Churchill Hospital in Oxford. Dr Noble has two young boys who keep her very busy!
Dr Antony Malloy – is the newest member of the partnership, having joined us in August 2012, to help us address our increasing demand for appointments. He is available to see patients on Mondays, Tuesdays and thursdays. Outside the practice he is very active and enjoys playing hockey, running half marathons and completing other challenges to raise money for charity.
|Dr Sarah Spier (f)|
Dr Spier joined the practice in January 2016.
Having taken a career break, she has returned to General Practice and is keen to develop her skills in a Primary Care setting.
|Dr Lucy Johnson (f)|
Dr Lucy Johnson joined the Practice in April 2019, having recently qualified as a General Practitioner.