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Dr Emma Woodcock

MBBS DRCOG MRCGP (1990) GMC Number 3494473

Dr Woodcock is our Senior Partner. She graduated from St Georges Medical School, University of London in 1990. She went on to train in Gynaecology and General Surgery before changing careers into general practice in 1996. She joined the practice in 1997. She works full-time at the practice and has a special interest in womens health, Minor Surgery and the training of GPs. She is working towards improving services for patients in our local area. Out of practice her time is spent with her husband, her two children Toby and Millie and her cats, Percy and Tabitha.

Dr John Mitchinson

MBBS, DFFP, MRCGP (1989) GMC Number 3328286

Dr John Mitchinson graduated from The London Hospital Medical College in 1989. He has been a partner here at Loxwood since 2006 and works full time. He has a special interest in Diabetes. He is happily married with 2 children. He enjoys a DIY challenge and exercise.

Dr Mark Piper

MBBS (2009) BSc. MRCGP GMC: 7040449

Dr. Mark Piper trained at St. George's Hospital Medical School, graduating with distinction in 2009. He undertook hospital training posts throughout Surrey before qualifying as a GP in 2015. He has particular interests in gastroenterology, respiratory medicine and paediatrics. Dr. Piper is married with three young children and most of his spare time is spent with them. When he gets the chance he enjoys golf, mountain-biking and watching rugby.

GP Training

Loxwood is recognised as a GP training practice. You may see a GP registrar who is a qualified doctor training to become a GP. All registrars work under the supervision of Dr Emma Woodcock who is a GP trainer. If you have any concerns about your consultation or do not wish to see the registrar please advise the receptionists. Dr Mark Piper is training to become a GP trainer over the next two years.

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