Dr J Unwin, male


Dr Unwin qualified at St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington, in 1981 and moved to Gloucester in 1982. On Dr Rose’s retirement, in 1985, he joined the practice as a partner. His work within the practice includes the weekly clinic for dermatological surgery, vasectomies and teaching newly qualified doctors. Outside the practice he enjoys outdoor activities, sailing, climbing, cycling and has run in three London Marathons.

Dr J M Layzell, male


Dr Layzell qualified at Nottingham University in 1990 and joined the practice in 1997 having carried out his general practice training locally in Gloucestershire. He enjoys all aspects of general practice. He is Clinical Director for Rosebank Primary Care Network (PCN) and is involved in GP training as an educational supervisor.

Dr T Riley, male

MB, BCh, DCH, MRCGP, D Occ Med

Dr Riley qualified at the University of Wales College of Medicine in 1992. He trained as a GP in Cardiff and the Welsh valleys and joined Rosebank as a partner in 2011. He has interests in respiratory medicine and occupational medicine but enjoys all areas of general practice.

Dr J Quick, female


Dr Quick qualified from Cardiff University in 2005. She did her training in South East Wales and general practice training in Monmouth and the South Wales Valleys. She relocated to Gloucester in 2012 with her family.

Dr K Eaton-Charnock, female

BSc (hons) MPhil, MBBS, DRCOG, MRCGP

Dr Eaton-Charnock completed medical training in 2010 from Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry. She specialises in dermatology, minor operations and vasectomies. Dr Eaton-Charnock is also one of our safeguarding leads.

Mrs Karen Rearie, female

RGN, BN, MSc Nurse Partner

Karen qualified at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital 1994 as an RGN. She has undertaken various roles throughout the country achieving a Batchelor of Nursing in 2000, settling in Gloucester in 2004 where she started her primary care role as a Practice Nurse and Advanced Nurse Practitioner achieving her Masters in 2012.

Dr M Karunaratne, female

MD DFFP (Vienna 1999)

Dr Karunaratne graduated in 1999 in Vienna, Austria. She has been working in Gloucestershire as a GP since 2006 and became a GP Partner in 2011 at a separate practice. Dr Karunarante joined Bartongate Surgery as a GP Partner in 2013. Since the merger of Rosebank Health and Bartongate, she became a GP Partner with the Rosebank team. She enjoys all aspects of General Practice and has a special interest in women’s health, contraceptive services and sexual health.

Dr V Kandimalla, male

MBBS, MRCGP, PG Cert in Diabetes​

Dr Kandimalla graduated in 2001 in India. He gained experience in general medicine, geriatric medicine, and haematology working in hospitals before undertaking GP training. He completed his training in Herefordshire in 2012. He has been working locally since 2014 and joined Rosebank Health on a regular basis in June 2020. Outside work, he enjoys trekking and trekked Machu Picchu in 2016 and summited Kilimanjaro in 2019.


Dr O Ajayi, female


Dr Ajayi studied medicine at the University of Ilorin, Nigeria, graduating in 2011. She started working in the emergency department and subsequently started residency training in ophthalmology while in Nigeria, relocating to the United Kingdom with her family in 2017. She developed an interest in General Practice and decided to train to be a GP. She trained here in Gloucestershire and qualified in 2021 after which she joined Rosebank Health as a Salaried GP. She loves all aspects of General Practice but has a special interest in women’s health. Outside work, she enjoys working with children, especially coaching mathematics. She also enjoys cooking and watching movies.

Dr A Ajose, female


Dr Ajose completed her medical training in Nigeria in 2006. She worked for several years in women’s health in Nigeria and Saudi Arabia before relocating to the UK with her family. She joined Rosebank Health as a Salaried GP in February 2022 after her GP training in Swindon. She enjoys all aspects of General Practice and has a special interest in women’s health.

Dr H Akkas, female

Dr Akkas studied medicine in Victor Babes University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Romania, graduating in 2006. She completed her foundation training in Turkey and worked in primary care in Istanbul for several years. She relocated to the United Kingdom with her family in 2017. Dr Akkas joined Yorkshire GP training scheme in 2019 and completed her GP training in Gloucestershire recently (August 2023). She loves all aspects of General Practice. She also enjoys walking, reading and cooking outside work.

Dr A Anduvan, male


Dr Anduvan studied Medicine at Oxford University and King’s College London, graduating in 2011. He completed his Foundation Training in Edinburgh and his GP Training in Glasgow. He studied at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and has worked overseas on the Myanmar-Thailand border as well as in rural Zambia. His clinical interests include Psychiatry and Infectious Disease. He is also responsible for the Medical Students at the practice. Outside of work he enjoys Brazilian jiujitsu and gardening.

Dr S Haque, female


Dr Haque qualified from UMDS (Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals). She spent most of her life in London latterly as an Oncology Registrar before retraining and qualifying as a GP in Gloucestershire where she is settled with her family. Dr Haque joined Severnvale Surgery as a Salaried GP in January 2017. She is interested in all aspects of General Practice, particularly cancer and GP Education, the latter reflected by her role as Chair of GGEPT (Gloucestershire GP Education Trust). For the other half of her week, Dr Haque works as Clinical Lead for Cancer for One Gloucestershire ICS (Integrated Care System) and as Early Diagnosis and Prevention Lead for the SWAG (Somerset, Wiltshire, Avon and Gloucestershire) Cancer Alliance. She also sits on the National Advisory Committee for the NHS Breast Cancer Screening Programme and been involved in NICE Guideline Committee updates for breast and prostate cancer.

Dr M Henson, female


Dr Henson completed her GP training in East Kent in 2012. She subsequently moved with her family to Gloucestershire and has been working at Rosebank Health since 2014. She is currently working part time and her particular area of interest within general practice is women’s health.

Dr R Remfry, female


Dr Remfry qualified in 1990 from Glasgow University Medical School and joined the Practice in 1998 after training locally. She is qualified to fit coils and contraceptive implants and is interested in all aspects of General Practice.

Dr J Stanley, male


Dr Stanley qualified at Nottingham University Medical School in 2012. Following his training as a junior doctor he moved to Gloucestershire in 2014 to commence his GP training, which he completed in 2017. Dr Stanley worked as a GP Partner at a separate practice until July 2020 when he decided to join our team as a salaried GP. Dr Stanley has particular interests in medical education/teaching as well as musculoskeletal conditions.

Dr Y Tin, female


Dr Tin qualified from the University of Nottingham in 2011. She has experienced working abroad in Newcastle, Australia before moving to Greenwich, Southeast (SE) London to complete her GP training. She has completed a couple of fellowships, including one with Aviva in 2017 – 2018 as a National Medical Director’s Clinical Fellow and subsequently with One Health Lewisham (GP Federation in SE London) in Digital and Education. She joined Rosebank Health in August 2022 and has a keen interest in public health and improving local population health outcomes through reducing health inequalities.

Dr A van den Broek, female

Dr Alyson van den Broek qualified at Nottingham Medical school in 1990 and after working in Plymouth, Nottingham and the Lake District, moved to the area in 1992. She worked in the local hospitals and completed her general practice training in 1996. She has been working in the area since and joined Rosebank Health in August 2019. She enjoys all aspects of general practice and has a special area of interest in women’s health and contraceptive services.

Dr D Capehorn, male

Dr David Capehorn qualified from University of Bristol in 1989 . He has a specialist interest in paediatrics and has been at the forefront of work on the interface between primary and secondary care paediatrics in the south west for over thirty years .He has combined his work as Honorary Associate Specialist in children’s emergency medicine in Bristol with his work as a GP in Bristol and Gloucestershire. He won an NHS innovation award for the primary care paediatric service he founded in 2003. In addition to general practice, he has worked as an author and educator, publishing the first symptom based textbook on paediatric emergency medicine. He also formed part of the clinical guidelines group for Bristol children’s hospital. Latterly in his career , as well as clinical work , he has been working as a GP educational supervisor and NHS England appraiser, as well as a keynote speaker and lecturer in paediatric primary care. He continues to work developing primary care paediatric services in the emergency department at Bristol Children’s hospital alongside his GP work.

Dr D Oyewo, female

Dr Oyewo is a dedicated and compassionate General Practitioner (GP) with a passion for providing comprehensive healthcare. She completed her GP training in Worcester in 2023 and soon after moved to Gloucestershire, where she currently practices at Rosebank Health. With a commitment to patient-centred care, she embraces all aspects of general practice.

Dr A Thistle, female

Dr Thistle studied medicine at the University of Health Sciences in Pakistan, graduating in 2014. She relocated to the United Kingdom in 2016 and worked in London at UCH, Guys and St Thomas’s and Royal Marsden before developing an interest in General Practice and decided to train to be a GP. She trained here in Gloucestershire and qualified in 2023 after which she joined Rosebank Health as a Salaried GP. She loves all aspects of General Practice but has a special interest in Dermatology and Minor Operations.

Dr F Neiles, female

Dr Fiona Neiles studied medicine at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry and graduated in 2015. She spent a number of years working in South West London and Surrey, gaining experience in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and Emergency Medicine. She moved to Gloucestershire in 2020 to undertake her GP training and qualified in August 2023.

She is passionate about women’s sexual health and is working with the Gynaecology Department at Gloucester Royal Hospital to improve these services for primary care alongside being the Menopause Lead for the Practice. She also works in forensics as a sexual offences examiner, which utilises her forensic science degree and allows her to provide support, empathy and understanding to people when at their most vulnerable.

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