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Dr Neil Milner (m)


I graduated from Sheffield Medical School in 1986 and completed my hospital and GP training in South Yorkshire. For a number of years I was the Medical Director of the Sheffield Out of Hours GP Collaborative and was also Cancer Lead Clinician for the former Sheffield West Primary Care Trust.

In 2004 I was involved in setting up the Sheffield Lymphoedema Service, a service now based at Fairlawns. I currently hold the position of Medical Appeals Tribunal Member (a judicial appointment) and have done so since 1995.

I was a member of the Appraisals Committee at the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) in London for six years and as a committee member I attended monthly meetings.

My active interests are fly fishing, swimming and skiing. I am married with two children.

Dr Martin Hakes (m)


Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer (University of Sheffield)                                                                                                                   Martin.jpg

After completing a biochemistry degree I worked for a year as a volunteer in a hospice. I went on to study medicine in Birmingham and qualified as a doctor in 2002. I then moved to Sheffield to complete my GP training. I have enjoyed a variety of posts including paediatrics and accident and emergency and have a particular interest in care of the elderly and dementia. I am a strong believer in effective communication between doctors and patients, and always strive to make medicine as understandable as possible. 

I am married with two sons and a daughter and my leisure interests include football, films and surfing.

Salaried GP's

Dr Rosie Page (f)

MB ChB MRC GP                                                                    

I grew up in Sheffield, then in 1994 went to University of Leeds to train as a doctor and qualified in 2000. I worked in Bradford, York and Sheffield before leaving for New Zealand in 2003 where I mainly worked in Paediatrics. I returned to England in 2006 and completed my GP training in Lincolnshire in 2007. Since then I have worked as a GP in Lincolnshire and Derbyshire and joined Dr Milner and Partners in January 2009.

In my spare time I enjoy the great outdoors from gardening to country rambling to skiing. On a more regular basis I enjoy studio fitness classes from spinning to step (I’m a qualified aerobics instructor!). I am married and have two sons

Dr Linda Williams (f)

MB ChB MRCGP (2010)                                                               

I studied in Sheffiled, graduating from medical school here in 2004.  I worked in local hospitals before training to become a GP, qualifying in 2010.  I have worked at Tramways and Middlewood Medical Centres since then, becoming a permanent GP in 2012.  I have particular interests in women's health and family planning.  I also fit contraceptive implants. 

I am married and have two children.  I enjoy reading when I can, particularly crime fiction and also enjoy spending time with friends and family. 

Dr Emma Reynolds (f)


I graduated from Sheffield Medical School in 2003 and after a short spell in Doncaster have been practicing here ever since.  I enjoy all areas of medicine but I am particularly interested in Gynaecology, ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat) and Paediatrics.

I have three children of my own at home who keep me fairly busy outside of work.  In the spare time I do get, I enjoy cooking, curling up with a good book, running the occasional half marathon and dreaming of holidays in warm climates. 

Dr Roma Brogden (f)


Dr Sarah Thornley (f)


Dr Abigail Watson (f)


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