• Dr Max Dutson – BM BS (Nottm 1995) MRCGP DRCOG DTM
    Days of work – every weekday except Tuesday.
    Dr Dutson trained in Nottingham and soon moved down to Cornwall where he has been on and off since 1996. He qualified as a GP in Newquay in 2000 then settled down as a partner here in 2006 after locuming mostly in Cornwall and Bristol. During this period of locuming, having obtained his tropical medicine diploma in Liverpool, he also worked for Medecins Sans Frontieres in Ethiopia and Action Contre La Faim in Zimbabwe. Fascinating stuff!
    Dr Dutson loves working in a small community such as Wadebridge. We have a great team which he is proud to be part of and feels that being a family doctor is such a privilege. Outside of work Dr Dutson is an enthusiastic scout leader and loves spending time outdoors with or without his wife and 2 girls.
  • Dr Nick RobertsonMB BCh (Wales 1993) MRCGP DFFP
  • Dr Clare TylerMBBCh (Wales) 1992, DRCOG 1996, MRCGP 1997, Dip Derm 2010
    Days of work – Monday, Tuesday and Thursday morning
    Dr Tyler qualified in Cardiff and continued her training in Cumbria, New Zealand and North Devon. She joined the practice in 2000. She has a special interest in women’s health/ contraception and dermatology. In her free time she enjoys the Cornish outdoors with her family and playing the saxophone very badly
  • Dr Adrian LeeMB BCh DRCOG nMRCGP
    Days of work – Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
    Dr Lee qualified from the University of Wales College of Medicine on 2001. Most of his post graduate career was spent in a variety of surgical specialties in particular ENT and head and neck surgery which he continues to maintain an interest in. Dr Lee started at Wadebridge and Camel Estuary Practice in 2009 and shares his time between this and locum work. In his spare time Dr Lee enjoys skiing, photography, field target shooting, cars and breeds a wide variety of exotic shrimp.
  • Dr Joanna HarrisBMBS MRCGP
    Days of work – Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday morning and Friday.
    Dr Harris trained locally at the Peninsula Medical School undertaking placements in Plymouth and Truro and qualified as a doctor in 2011. She stayed within the South West and worked in both North Devon and Treliske hospitals before starting GP training in Cornwall. Dr Harris completed her registrar post at Probus Surgery in 2016 and followed this by working as a locum in various practices throughout Cornwall. After enjoying working here at Wadebridge as a locum, she joined the team as a salaried doctor in January 2018. She enjoys all aspects of General Practice and being a part of the community and relishes the challenges that each day brings (although she is less keen on all the paperwork!) With her free time Dr Harris enjoys spending time with family and friends, making the most of the fantastic countryside we have here on our doorstep and parenting her two cats!
  • Dr Robert SapsfordBM BS (PCMD 2011) MRCGP