Doctors

GP Training

Loxwood is recognised as a GP training practice. You may see a GP registrar who is a qualified doctor training to become a GP. All registrars work under the supervision of Dr Mark Piper who is a GP trainer. If you have any concerns about your consultation or do not wish to see the registrar please advise a staff member of our administraion team. 

Dr John Mitchinson (m)

MBBS, DFFP, MRCGP (1989) GMC Number 3328286

Dr John Mitchinson graduated from The London Hospital Medical College in 1989. He has been a partner here at Loxwood since 2006 and works full time. He has a special interest in Diabetes. He is happily married with 2 children. He enjoys a DIY challenge and exercise.

Dr Mark Piper (m)

MBBS (2009) BSc. MRCGP GMC: 7040449

Dr. Mark Piper trained at St. George's Hospital Medical School, graduating with distinction in 2009. He undertook hospital training posts throughout Surrey before qualifying as a GP in 2015. He has particular interests in gastroenterology, respiratory medicine and paediatrics. Dr. Piper is married with three young children and most of his spare time is spent with them. When he gets the chance he enjoys golf, mountain-biking and watching rugby.

Dr Louise Smy (f)

Dr Smy graduated from Edinburgh University in 2000.  After house jobs she undertook 3 years on a general medical rotation before starting General Practice training, which she completed in 2007. Dr Smy subsequently spent around 8 years in medico-legal medicine before returning to General Practice in 2017/18. She successfully completed the General Practice refresher training scheme in early 2018 and is very much enjoying being back in general practice. In her spare time Dr Smy enjoys music (both playing and listening), cycling and spending time with family and friends.  

 

Dr Gwen Cameron-Blackie (f)

Dr Cameron-Blackie graduated from Leeds Medical School in 1985. She initially trained and became  a specialist in Public Health Medicine but with a move South in 1996 she switched careers to General Practice. She has a particular interest in women’s health, palliative care and support for carers. Dr Cameron-Blackie retired from Chiddingfold Surgery in 2018 and now works part time (on the GP Retention Scheme). When not at work her time is divided between her garden, family and two Bearded Collies - Monty and Hector.

 

Dr Tim McEwen (m)

MBBS (2012), MEng (Hons), MRCGP, MSc (Distinction). GMC: 728507

Dr McEwen trained at Nottingham University and graduated in 2012. He completed his GP training via the Royal Surrey County Hospital training scheme and has since undertaken further Sports, Exercise and Musculoskeletal Medicine training. He works as a GP at Loxwood and as a Doctor with Saracens Rugby Club and the England U18 rugby side. Dr McEwen is married with a young family and his spare time is spent with them and exercising including cricket, cycling and running.

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