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 James Attwood MB.ChB 2010, MRCGP
Dr James Attwood joined the practice in 2014 as a registrar. After completing training in 2015 he first was 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.
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.