Dr Chris Thorne (m)
BMedSci, BM, BS, MPhil, DRCOG, FRCGP
Dr Thorne qualified from University of Nottingham in 1984 and has been a Partner here since 1990. Dr Thorne is interested in education and training of junior doctors to become GPs. He is also a GP Appraiser. In his free time he enjoys walking, cycling and spending time in the Lake District.
Dr Paul Hynam (m)
BSc MBBS DRCOG MRCGP
Paul was born in Bristol and qualified from St George’s Hospital, London in 1997. He completed GP training at the Health Centre back in 2005, spent a short period as a locum in Devon, re-joining as a partner in 2008. Paul has been interested in medical education and development throughout his career and is a GP trainer and Appraiser. He is very interested in Medical Politics and the fight for the survival of the NHS. He is an acting Director of Exeter Primary Care, a federation of all Exeter’s GP practices that is committed to ensuring high quality care for the City’s patients.
More recently he reduced his clinical commitment at the Health Centre and is employed by Devon Local Medical Committee as a Medical secretary, an advisory role.
He lives in East Devon, and is most likely to be found cycling, running, playing cricket ( weather permitting !) or exercising two very energetic dogs on the Blackdown Hills.
Dr Hannah Brotherstone (f) ( Currently on maternity leave will be back summer 2019)
Dr Brotherstone qualified from Peninsula Medical School in 2008 and joined Mount Pleasant soon after as a trainee. She completed her GP training in 2013 and became a partner in 2014. Dr Brotherstone can be found in her free time with Maggie the cock-a-poo. Dr Brotherstone is currently on maternity leave until Autumn 2019.
Dr Clare Clarey (f)
MB, BS, MRCGP, DFSRH
Dr Clarey qualified from the University of London in 1985. Dr Clarey is a GP trainer and appraiser. She has a special clinical interest in Women’s Health and Contraception. Dr Clarey enjoys spending time with her family including her two grown up daughters, enjoying music, regular exercise, walking in the Lake District and cycle touring holidays in warmer climates.
Dr David Russell (m)
Dr Russell is the Lead Research GP at Mount Pleasant Health Centre and is also a Trainer for Doctors and Medical Students in General Practice.
Dr David Hopkins (m)
BM, DRCOG, MRCGP
Dr Hopkins qualified from Southhampton University Medical School in 1993 and became a full time Partner in January 2000. He is involved in the training of Medical Students and Doctors in the Practice. He also does regular out of hours sessions with Devon Doctors. Dr Hopkins is married with two children.
Dr Sarah Scammell (f)
BMedSci BM BS MRCGP DRCOG DCH
Dr Scammell qualifed from the University of Nottingham in 2005. She spent time working in Australia and Uganda before joining Mount Pleasant in 2014.
Dr Laura Davies (f) ( Currently on maternity leave will be back January 2019 )
BMedSci, BM BS, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFSRH
Dr Davies qualified from the University of Nottingham in 2008 and joined Mount Pleasant in 2013. She became a partner in 2015 and is involved with the training of newly qualified doctors who have placements in General Practice. She fits contraceptive implants and enjoys minor surgery, and does regular out of hours sessions for Devon Doctors. Dr Davies moved to Devon in 2010 and enjoys taking part in various outdoor activities including open water swimming, surfing and rock climbing.
Dr Ruth Hanwell (f)
Dr Hanwell qualified from the University of Bristol in 1997. She works as a GP Associate, having joined Mount Pleasant on the GP retainer scheme in 2010. She enjoys taking part in sporting events and spending time with her young family.
Dr Rebecca (Bex) Hamilton (f)
BSc Bioethics, MBChB, DRFSH, DRCOG, MRCGP
Dr Hamilton qualified from Bristol University in 2004 and, after some time in New Zealand, moved to Exeter in 2007 for GP training . Having worked at Mount Pleasant as a GP registrar, she returned to the practice as a GP Associate in 2014. She has an interest in Family Planning and GP Education, working closely with the Health Education South West on developing GP training in Out of Hours care. Outside work, when not running round after the kids, Bex enjoys swimming and walking on Dartmoor.
Dr Helen Crighton (f)
Dr Crighton qualified at University of Wales College of Medicine in Cardiff. She has spent time working in the UK, Australia and New Zealand before moving to Exeter to start her GP training in 2000. She joined Mount Pleasant in 2006 as a GP Associate. She has an interest in dermatology and has completed the diploma of practical dermatology. She works as a GP specialist in dermatology both at the practice and in dermatology at RD&E hospital. Dr Crighton has a diploma in elderly care medicine. She enjoys running and biking outside work.
Dr Claire Clode (f)
Dr Clode qualified in 2002 from Leicester University. She moved to Devon in 2003 and completed GP training in Taunton and Exeter. She was a GP registrar at Mount Pleasant in 2007-8, then has been working as a retained GP since 2012. In June 2017 she became a GP associate. She is also a part time lecturer at the University of Exeter Medical School, currently teaching first year students in a Professional Practice Group. When not working she enjoys cycling, baking and spending time with her family.
Dr Rachael Partridge (f)
Dr Partridge qualified at Bristol University and moved to Exeter in 2002 for GP training. She joined Mount Pleasant as a GP Associate in 2008. She has an interest in Women’s Health and also works at the Contraception Service in Exeter. Dr Partridge is also an Instructing Doctor in Family Planning. She enjoys running and cycling in her spare time.
Dr Mark Collyer (m)
MBChB, DRCOG, DGM, MRCGP
Dr Collyer qualified from Bristol University in 2003. Apart from a stint as an expedition medic in Borneo, he has worked in the South-West since. He completed his GP training at Mount Pleasant Health Centre in 2009 and returned to take up a partnership in 2017. He enjoys teaching medical students and is a GP trainer. In his spare time he enjoys swimming, racquet sports and spending time on costal and Dartmoor walks with his wife, two young children and dog.
Dr Jemima Ewart (f)
BSc MBBS MRCGP
Dr Ewart qualified from University College London in 2007. She has worked in Devon and Hertfordshire and returned to Mount Pleasant, where she completed some of her GP training, in 2017. She enjoys sailing, walking the dog and spending time with her family.