|Dr Catherine Reeder (f)|
(part-time at both surgeries) MB.Ch.B DRCOG.
Dr Catherine Reeder qualified in Medicine in 1993 from Bristol, acquiring a BA Hons in pharmacology along the way. She completed her GP training at this surgery and stayed, becoming a partner in 1999.Her clinical interests include minor surgery and maternity care.
Her time away from the surgery is spent chauffering around her 3 young children, cleaning up after pets and cycling.
|Dr Rupa Joshi (f)|
(part-time at Woodley surgery) MB. BS. MRCGP. DCH
Dr Rupa Joshi completed her medical degree at Charing Cross Hospital, London and joined this surgery in 2001 initially as a GP Registrar. She is particularly interested in paediatrics, allergies, psychiatry and maternity care. She has a fearsome reputation in the surgery as a quiz-team queen, enjoys vegan cooking and fancy dress parties.
|Dr Susan Eggleton (f)|
(part-time at both surgeries) BA. BM. BCh. MRCGP DRCOG DCH
Dr Susan Eggleton has been with the surgery since 2004, having spent some years at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in the fertility and genito-urinary medicine departments. She qualified from Oxford University in 1985 and has 3 grown-up children, not yet fully-fledged. Her medical interests include diabetes, men's and women's sexual health, coil-fitting, contraceptive implant fitting and the menopause.
Outside the surgery she likes to follow a frustrating local football team, tap-dances and jogs if the weather is really good.
|Dr Mark Reed (m)|
(part-time at both surgeries) MA BM.BCh, MRCGP DRCOG Cert Med Ed DTM&H
Dr Reed qualified from Oxford in 1998, heading to Bournemouth for his GP training. He is involved in teaching the GPs of the future and is particularly interested in respiratory medicine, tropical medicine and sports medicine.
Away from the surgery he is a keen runner though is run ragged by his two young children. He hopes the residents of Woodley and Winnersh will join him on Park Runs.
|Dr Shirin Shakur (f)|
(part-time at Woodley surgery) MBBS DFFP
Dr Shakur works part-time at Woodley Surgery. She qualified in Pakistan and has worked in the UK for the past 24 years. Her interests include rheumatology, including joint injections, diabetes and family planning.
She gardens for relaxation.
|Dr Debbie Milligan (f)|
(part time at Woodley surgery) MBBS DCH DRCOG MRCGP
Dr Milligan joined this surgery in June 2014 having previously been a partner at nearby Loddon Vale Surgery for nearly 20 years. She qualified in 1991 from St George's Medical School, London and is particularly interested in emergency care and palliative care. Not only does she work sessions for Westcall out of hours service but she is also the Chair of the governing board of Wokingham Clinical Commissioning Group which commissions hospital services for local patients.
To relax, she is learning to play the cello but admits progress is limited.
|Dr Brigitte Smith (f)|
Part-time at both surgeries
Dr Smith joined us in 2016 having worked locally for several years. She graduated in New Zealand and brings with her a variety of interests- in women's health, contraception and psychological well-being, horse riding, dog-walking and cooking.
|Dr Shizalia Nik Salleh (f)|
Dr Nik Salleh,MB ChB, MRCS, DOHNS, PGCert Med Ed, works part time at both surgeries
After graduating from Aberdeen Medical School she specialised in Ear, Nose and Throat surgery before turning to General Practice and joining us in 2017. If you have an ENT problem do make an appointment to see her.
Away from the surgery she relaxes with DIY projects around the house, particularly sanding floors, enjoys holidaying in places with sun-drenched beaches and cooking from quick recipes.