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Doctors

Dr Christopher Burdon (m)

Chris BSenior Partner at Roseworth Surgery - GP Registrar lead 

BSc (Hons) MB BS DRCOG MRCGP Doccmed Trained at Barts (London) Qualified 1984. (Partner)

I was brought up in Gosforth and trained as an undergraduate at Barts in London. I did my GP training in the North East.

I have a keen interest in teaching and training, both undergraduates and postgraduates, and I am a Training Programme Director on the Northumbrian General practice Training Scheme. My other main professional interest outside GP is Occupational Medicine. I am married to another local GP and have 2 sons and 3 dogs.

Dr Stephen Turley (m)

Senior Partner at Roseworth Surgery - Foundation level 2 lead

Mb BCH BAO DRsteveCOG, MRCGP DOccMED, Trained in Belfast, Qualified in 1986 (Partner). I moved to Newcastle in 1987 where I have lived and worked since I have been a GP at Roseworth since 1996.

I spend 50% of my week as a GP which includes working as a GP Advisor to Newcastle Hospitals Foundation Trust. I spend the other 50% working in Occupational Health in a variety of settings.

I'm interested in cult films and TV, Triumph TR7s and staying fit by running, cycling and going to the gym.

I'm married with 3 daughters.

Dr Chris Collins (m)

Chris CSenior Partner at Roseworth Surgery - GP Registrar lead

MBBS MRCGP and DipOccMed (Partner)

Studied at Newcastle University and qualified in 2009. Completed GP training in 2014. I trained here at Roseworth Surgery before being offered a post as a salaried GP.

Outside of work I like to keep active with my main passion being sport. I play both football and tennis regularly and in the summer I enjoy getting out on my bike.

Dr Andrea Younghusband (f)

AndreaMBBS MRCGP (Salaried GP)

Salaried GP at Roseworth Surgery

Safeguarding adults lead at Roseworth Surgery and also deputise Safeguarding Children Lead

Born in Newcastle, trained in Newcastle. Married to a GP.
Andrea loves her dogs too!

Three children (1 girl, 2 boys).

Dr Kirin Deo (f)

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Salaried GP at Roseworth Surgery - Student Lead & Safeguarding children lead also deputise Safeguarding Adults lead.

MBBS MRCGP DipPallCare (Salaried GP)

I Studied at Newcastle University and graduated in 2010. Before entering GP training I spent several years doing general medicine and working in palliative care, an area in which I am hugely passionate. Outside of work I spend my time being a mum and running around after my young daughters.

Dr Amna Ibrahim-Feroz (f)

Dr FerozAmna is a GP Registrar

I have graduated from Dubai and worked as Registrar in Medicine there and here as well before joining the GP programme. (Registrar)

1 - A/E in North Tyneside Hospital
2 - Paediatrics in RVI
3- GUM in Newcroft
4 - Psychiatry in Monkwearmouth Hospital

Dr Ben Malla (m)

ballaBen is a GP Registrar

I did my MBBS from Manipal College of Medical Science, Nepal.

Intership (F1 ear equivalent) - Nepal
F2 year - South Tyneside Hospital
3 years of A&E (various Hospitals in North East)
GPST1 - QEH and Gainford Surgery
GPST2 - ENT Sunderland and Paeds STDH
GPST3 - Farnham MC (South Shields) and Roseworth now. (Registrar)

Dr Jon Wild (m)

GP Registrar

Originally from Manchester and studied at Leeds prior to moving jon wildto the North East in 2012. Prior to GP training, I was an A&E Doctor in the region.  I have worked in GP surgeries in Newcastle and Gateshead as well as palliative care and mental health services.    

In my spare time I like to watch football, travel and do DIY projects. I also have a dog, 2 guinea pigs and a tortoise.

Dr Tehreem Afzal (f)

tehreemFoundation Year 2 Doctor MBBS (Hons)


I was born and brought up in Dubai (U.A.E) and completed my O & Levels from Saint Mary's Catholic High School Dubai.


I did my undergraduate training at Newcastle University in Malaysia and graduated in MBBS with Honours in 2017.


I began working as a Foundation Doctor for Newcastle upon Tyne Hospital Trust and currently I am doing a GP placement as part of Foundation Year 2.


Outside of work I enjoy travelling, adventure sports and watching cricket.

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