|Dr Julian R Hurst|
MA MB BS (St. Mary's 1983) DRCOG MRCGP
Full time GP since 1988. Undergraduate training in Cambridge and London before completing General Practice rotation in Oxford. Worked in South Island, New Zealand as a GP for 6 years and worked in Australia for the Royal Flying Doctor service. Moved to Seaton in 1996. Full time GP with extra involvement as academic tutor at the Peninsula Medical School responsible for attached undergraduate students.
Outside work interests include most outdoor pursuits including cycling combined with quality family time, weekends are spent watching tennis.
|Dr Robert J Daniels (m)|
MA, MB BChir (Cambridge 1995) MRCGP, FHEA
After training in Cambridge I worked as a junior doctor in Norwich, Exeter and Western Australia before moving to the South West. As well as working as a GP I work as a GP Specialist in Ear, Nose and Throat medicine. I work for Devon Doctors a couple of times a month and i am also medical director of Devon Health, a company owned by GP practices that provides additional service to the NHS. In addition to working as a doctor I am an academic tutor and small group teacher at the University of Exeter Medical School. I have written several textbooks and occasionally do some work for NEW Devon CCG. I am also involved in several projects to improve health and education in Rwanda, working with the university of Kigali.
When not working I enjoy mountain and water sports. I have been on 7 charity expeditions working as a Doctor and now have the dubious distinction of having suffered both altitude sickness and the bends. I have been to all but 1 of the continents and will be going to Antarctica as soon as I can persuade my wife to let me!
|Dr Jonathan Dove|
My training based mainly in London included a stint in the Shetland Islands. I am delighted to be a GP partner in beautiful East Devon and I also provide urgent out-of-hours care at Devon Doctors. I have provided duty doctor care for the infamous Grizzly challenge and who knows, one day I might even attempt to run in it!
Outside work I enjoy spending time with my young family, improving my tennis serve and playing jazz piano. I also embrace the great outdoors whenever possible, whether paddle boarding in the sea, skiing overseas or doing battle with my garden lawn.
|Dr Helen Pickford|
I qualified from Leeds Medical School in 2003 and worked in Yorkshire and Australia before settling down in East Devon. I trained as a GP in North Devon and Exeter, and I have worked part time as a GP since 2009. I have a special interest in child health and development.
Outside of work, I am mum to 2 young children and am a Governor of a local pre-school. I enjoy running and cycling in our beautiful countryside. I also sing in 2 local choirs and play the piano with enthusiasm but not much skill.
|Dr Dani Harris|
started off in the Midlands and moved to Bristol to attend medical school. I moved further in to the South West to complete my GP training on the West Somerset Coast and have worked throughout the county. Now moving to Devon, by the coast, there’s not much further south I can go without acquiring a boat!
Being completely converted to the South west coastline, countryside and lifestyle, in my spare time I try to be outside as much as possible; exploring. I enjoy travelling whether 3 months training and working in India, trekking in Nepal or failing to surf in Australia. I also enjoy photography and often combine the two with varying degrees of success!
|Dr Kate Tailby|
I qualified from Bristol Medical School in 2015 and have been working at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital since then. I am currently in my first year of GP training so only another two years to go until I am a fully fledged GP!
Outside of work I enjoy singing and going for long walks along the coast or in the countryside. I am also an animal lover but sadly only have rabbits at home rather than a kangaroo! My next aim is a puppy so I am always keen to see any pet photos (although I may get jealous)!
Our practice is a recognised Training Practice and has a number of qualified GP's who participate in training medical students. You may at times be offered an appointment with a medical student working alongside your normal GP. You will be offered the opportunity to decline if you are not happy with this arrangement.