Our doctors work in a partnership and as a group. Although you are registered with a named doctor, you may see any of the doctors in the partnership.
Dr Andrew McGinty - MB. ChB 1992. BSc (Med Sci). MRCGP
Dr Andrew McGinty first came to the practice in 1996 having previously worked in anaesthetics. He has a particular interest in joint injections and chronic disease eg. Diabetes and heart disease. His spare time is spent chasing after his young family.
Dr Caroline Mitchell - MB. ChB UK1986. MD. MRCGP. DRCOG. FPCERT
A GP partner in Woodhouse since 1990. In addition to providing a full range of family medical care, Dr Caroline Mitchell has a special interest in musculoskeletal medicine (including joint and soft tissue injections), alcohol-related health problems and is the practice trainer for general practice specialist registrars. In 1993 she was appointed as a Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Sheffield (teaching medical students, training doctors and undertaking research), where she continues to work part-time.
Dr Margaret Spinks - MB.ChB 1982. MRCGP. DRCOG
Born and bred in Sheffield, Dr Margaret Spinks attended Manchester University, graduating in 1982. Margaret returned to Sheffield to undertake GP training and joined the practice in 1986. In 1989 Margaret took part in the negotiations, which led to the building of this surgery in 1989. She is currently a trainer of F2 doctors.
Dr Nicholas Smith - MB. ChB 1995
Educated in Sheffield, where he completed his GP training, Dr Nick Smith joined the practice in 2001. He has an interest in musculoskeletal medicine and has been a crowd doctor for Sheffield Wednesday Football Club since 1995.
Dr Ngozi Anumba - MBBS. 1990 DRCOG. FRCGP
Dr Ngozi Anumba joined the practice as a partner in November 2002 moving to Sheffield from the North East of England. She qualified as a doctor in 1990. Following an initial training stint in paediatrics within the Newcastle rotational training Scheme in paediatrics, Ngozi opted for a career in General Practice. She undertook all her GP training through the Northumbria Vocational Training Scheme before relocating to Sheffield when she then joined the practice.
Dr Paula McGinty - MB. ChB 1992
Dr Paula McGinty joined the practice in 1999 after being a registrar here. She attends a research group at the University of Sheffield doing primary care led research projects and has a particular interest in diabetes and kidney disease.
Dr Sarah Nevitt - MB. ChB 2008. DRCOG. DFSRH. MRCGP
Joined the practice as a registrar in her last year of training and has stayed on as a salaried GP. She has a particular interest in family planning and is trained in the insertion and removal of contraceptive implants.
Dr James Attwood MB.ChB 2010, MRCGP
Dr James Attwood joined the practice in 2014 as a registrar. After completing training in 2015 he is now employed as a salary GP. He has a particular interest in Joint injections and respiratory conditions. He is also a doctor in the army reserves attached to 212 Field Hospital, Sheffield.