Dr Karen Thompson
MBBS (1990 London) DRCOG MRCGP
I grew up in Gosforth but trained at King’s College London before coming back to my roots and have lived in Morpeth for over 20 years now.
I love to play netball and touch Rugby (despite the bruises) and I also run a bit (you might see me out there!).
My clinical interests are particularly female health, including family planning and coil fitting, but I enjoy all aspects of general practice.
Dr Richard Glennie
MBChB (1998 Dundee) DRCOG MRCGP DipClinEd
I joined Greystoke as a partner in 2003. I am clinical lead for Diabetes, Atrial fibrillation and Hypertension (High Blood Pressure). I also work for the Northumberland Clinical Commissioning Group as Clinical information Officer and am also the Chair of the LMC (Local Medical Committee), which representative NHS GPs and their interests to the NHS health authorities.
Dr Matthew Kurian
MBBS (2001 Newcastle) DFFP DRCOG DCH MRCGP
I joined the practice in 2005 as a GP Trainee. Following the completion of my training I took up the Salaried GP post at Greystoke and then Partnership in 2008. My work interests include Cardiovascular Disease, Child Health, Minor Surgery and training future doctors and GP registrars. Outside work, I am (rather unfortunately) a Crowd Doctor for Newcastle United Football Club, a keen indoor rower and play for my local church hockey club. Keep an eye out for my face painted in our hockey team colours at the annual flu clinics prior to Saturday matches!
Dr Hannah Marshall
MBBS (2008 Newcastle) MRCGP
I trained at Newcastle University, including spending time as one of Dr Glennie’s medical students here at Greystoke, and then worked as a junior doctor in County Durham before returning to Greystoke in 2012 during my GP training. I have been a partner at Greystoke since 2016 and am interested in all areas of medicine but particularly enjoy looking after older people, pregnant women and children.
I am passionate about teaching medical students and am very grateful for the huge role my patients play in teaching tomorrow’s doctors when they visit Greystoke. I am originally from North Yorkshire and now live in Newcastle with my husband and our two children. Outside of work I enjoy playing tennis, baking and cake decorating.
Dr Graeme Denman
MBBS (2011 Newcastle)
I am thrilled to have rejoined the team at Greystoke Surgery as a partner, having spent 12 months here as a registrar in 2014/15. Since then, I have gained further qualifications in medical education at Newcastle University, and valuable experience in paediatric rheumatology and community mental health. I currently work every Tuesday at the Great North Children’s Hospital as a specialty doctor, seeing children with bone and joint problems, and am a tutor for third and final year medical students. Outside of work, I have entered the world of ultramarathon running and have completed two 110km fell races in the Lake District, hard work when combined with being a husband and raising two young hyperactive boys! Originally from Glasgow, I have fallen in love with the North East, both the wonderful people of the region and the stunning countryside and coastline it offers.
Dr Jo-Anne Shaw
MBChB (2000 Leicester) DRCOG, MRCGP (dist), GP Trainer
Having qualified in 2000, I commenced GP training in Yorkshire before moving to Northumberland with my husband Matthew. We now have 3 lovely children and a small-holding in Hexham. I enjoy all aspects of general practice, especially elderly care, palliative care, women’s health and urology. When not working, you will find me clipping sheep, gardening or walking in our splendid countryside.
Dr Milly Jerram
MBBS 2001, MRCGP and DFSRH
I grew up in Yorkshire but came to Newcastle to study Medicine and, apart from a brief spell working in New Zealand, have been in the North East ever since. I live in Morpeth with my husband and 3 children, and enjoy running, walking and baking in my spare time. My clinical interests include women’s health, palliative care and mental health and I enjoy the variety of General Practice, as well as the opportunity to get to know people and their families over time. I look forward to meeting many of you over the months and years to come.
Dr Lucy Carrie
MBBS (Newcastle 1989) MRCP MRCGP
I came to Newcastle as a student some years ago and have stayed in the North East. I am married with 3 children, twins and a younger one. I am interested in many aspects of general practice, particularly women’s health and family practice. My outside interests continue the sports themes of Greystoke – netball, tennis and sailing are my choices!
I am delighted to have joined Greystoke and be part of a team committed to the optimum care of their patients.
Carry Horrocks – Advanced Nurse Practitioner
RGN BSc (Hons) MSc PDAPL V300
I am delighted to have joined the Greystoke Surgery team as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner from the 1st April. I have been a nurse for 25 years, spending the last 5 years in general practice looking after a wide range of patients. My background includes surgical nursing, offender health and care of the elderly. I really enjoy family practice and the variety of the work it brings. In my spare time I love walking with my dogs in the beautiful Northumberland countryside and spending time with close family and friends. Last year I learned to ride a motorbike which has always been an aspiration! I look forward to meeting you.
Kayleigh Angus – Advanced Nurse Practitioner
I was fortunate enough to be offered a job working for Greystoke early in 2020 and joined the team mid Covid pandemic. I have previously worked in primary care in Alnwick and before that worked in community based minor injuries unit. My passions in nursing include elderly medicine and respiratory diseases, I enjoy seeing people in their own homes and environments and feel immense job satisfaction at knowing I am part of a team who deliver amazing holistic care to all of our patients. I enjoy being outdoors and meeting new people along with walks with my dog in the countryside and socialising with friends and family.