Dr Agnies Calkoen (Female) : DTMH. Artsexamen
I trained in the Netherlands at the Free University in Amsterdam. I followed a 3 year post graduate program to train in tropical medicine. After having worked in remote areas of Zimbabwe for 3 years, I moved to Plymouth to retrain in General Practice.
I am interested in integrated medicine and do some acupuncture for musculoskeletal problems as part of our core services. I have some input in contraceptive services and addiction.
I am also the lead partner for all safeguarding issues, including child protection and vulnerable adults.
I enjoy working with our dedicated team over 3 sites in Plymouth and support the vision of colleagues and management team to provide ever improving care according to our abilities and patient requirements. I have been a partner in the practice since 2000 and live in Plymouth with my husband and children.
Dr Gerard ‘t Hart (Male) : MRCGP, DRCOG, Dip Ther. Artsexamen
I went to medical school in Maastricht in the Netherlands, trained as a GP in the UK and joined the Practice in 2002.
I have a particular interest in diabetes and also provide our cryotherapy service. I teach our senior medical students and am the lead partner for clinical research.
I have one daughter and enjoy music, reading, running and Arsenal FC.
I am a Plymothian by birth and qualified at St Bartholomews Hospital, London in 1989. After working in two previous practices, I joined Pathfields in 2006. I offer all elements of General Practice and have an extended interest in all aspects of Minor Surgery, including joint injections and hormone implants. I have been a medical student trainer since the inception of the Medical School and also act as a trainer to doctors during their pre-registration phase in their GP attachment (F2 doctors).
My extended role involves being Planned Care Clinical Lead for the Western Locality of the New Devon CCG and increasingly across the CCG. This role entails all pathways into the local hospitals. This is further enhanced in my role as Projects Lead for the Western Locality, part of the Referral Management Centre – DRSS. I set up the community Minor Operations service at Mount Gould and have a regular session there, providing surgery out of Derriford for Plymouth.
I am the lead partner for strategic vision at Pathfields.
Dr Michelle Earley (Female) : MBChB, Birmingham 1996
Originally from Hampshire, I trained in Birmingham and Plymouth. I joined the practice in 2002 and became a partner in 2004. I am married with 2 young children . I have a special interest in sexual health and paediatric medicine and is involved in training year one medical students as part of our arrangement with the Peninsula Medical School.
I am the lead partner for Practice development and human resources.
Dr Jillian Denovan (Female) : MBChB, MRCP, MRCGP, DRCOG, Dundee 1998
I qualified at Dundee University in 1998 and moved to Plymouth in 1999. I trained in general medicine at Derriford Hospital for 2 1/2 years before specialist GP training in paediatrics, obstetrics, gynaecology and A + E. I have also worked as a doctor in Australia and New Zealand.
My special interests are general medical conditions, joint injections and women’s health , including IUD insertions and hormone implants. I joined Pathfields in 2007.
I am the lead partner for service quality, patient care and Foundation Doctor training. I also teach both junior and senior medical students.
Dr Anthony Golding-Cook (Male) : BSc (Hons), BM (Hons & Dist Clin Med), MRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP, DIMC RCS Ed
Plymouth born and Cornish bred, I initially trained as a scientist before qualifying as a doctor at Southampton University in 1988. I have worked as a GP in Plymouth for over 20 years and joined the Pathfields team in 2011, becoming a partner the following year. I enjoy all aspects of General Practice, but have a particular interest in emergency medicine. In this capacity I respond with the ambulance service to assist critically ill and injured patients and regularly teach other clinicians on pre-hospital emergency care courses.
I am an Honorary Fellow at the Peninsula Medical School and my responsibilities at Pathfields include Specialty GP training and the coordination of all medical student education. I am also the lead partner for medicines management, the patient experience and emergency care.
I have three grown-up children and live on Dartmoor, where I enjoy wild swimming, cycling, photography and writing.
Dr Andrew Bowles (Male) : GP Associate – MBChB, BMedSci (Hons) MRCGP
I completed my medical degree in Dundee in 2004, following which I moved to the South West, working at Derriford and the Royal Cornwall Hospitals . I completed my GP training and have worked in a number of practices in the Plymouth area. My professional interests include minor surgery, ENT and dermatology. Outside interests include following the Scotland rugby team, swimming and baking (to the benefit of the Pathfields team).
Dr James Boorer (Male) – GP Associate – MBChB MRCS (2007) MRCGP
I gained my medical qualification from Bristol University, then initially embarked on a surgical career, before deciding that the most exciting future lay in General Practice! I joined Pathfields in 2014 and work across all three sites.
I have a particular interest in the management of chronic pain, particularly when it is difficult to find a physical cause, so if this sounds like you then please come and see me.
I am also interested in all types of minor surgery and am keen to ensure that patients can undergo a wide variety of procedures within the community, rather than having to go to hospital for them.
I’m also always listening, always learning and eager to receive feedback—please use the cards provided
Dr Katie Musgrave (Female) – GP Specialty Trainee – MA Cantab BMBS
I gained a Degree in Natural Sciences then worked in China before studying Medicine at Nottingham University. After qualifying, I worked in Derbyshire then moved to the South West to become a GP. I am due to remain at Pathfields for a year, while I receive my specialty GP training.
My particular interests are public health and management, psychiatry, dermatology minor surgery and paediatrics.