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Dr Tom Dewhurst


Dr Tom Dewhurst will be leaving the surgery at the end of July. We shall be very sorry to see him go and wish him every success for the future.


We look forward to welcoming his replacement, Dr Anika Pabari, when she joins us at the beginning of October. Fortunately, Dr Pabari will also be working with us during the summer covering doctors on annual leave so that some patients will have the opportunity to meet her before she takes up her permanent role.


We assure patients that this further change should not impact on their medical care, however, for the time being we cannot consider requests for a change of GP for Dr Dewhurst’s patients.


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Dr James Hinton - Retirement on 30th June 2018 

Dear Patients,


After over 32 years working at Gade Surgery, most recently as a job-share with Dr Karen Waddington, I have decided to retire from the practice at the end of June. I have very much enjoyed working locally and thank you sincerely for all your support and kindness over the years. It has been a great pleasure for me to be involved in your care throughout this time – for many of your lives over more than one generation. In fact over 500 of you were registered with me when I first joined the practice back in 1986. May I take this opportunity to wish you all the best for the future.


I am confident that the practice will continue to provide excellent medical care and feel sure you will welcome my replacement, Dr Kate Gordon, who will be starting with Gade Surgery on 23rd May. Dr Gordon will work on Wednesdays and Fridays, and I will work on Monday and Tuesday, at least until I finish working on 30th June. From 1st July she will temporarily be joined by Dr Mandeep Marley-Shaw [who has also worked here previously] who will help Dr Gordon cover the workload. When Dr Waddington returns from maternity leave in early 2019 she will job share with Dr Gordon and together they will look after your medical care in the longer term.

With my sincere good wishes and thanks for your continued support.


Dr James Hinton

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