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Please see below a link to local Alzheimer's Society Autumn 2019 services within Bucks.

Autumn 2019 Services


Dr Siân Roberts


MB BS (St Bartholomew’s, London 1992) MRCGP DRCOG DCH

I qualified at St Bartholomew's College (London) in 1992 and since then I have worked as a Medical Officer in the RAF, lived in China, worked in private practice in Singapore, before returning to work in the NHS in 2003.

Although I consider myself a 'general' GP, I do have particular interests in women's health, child health and psychological health but I am happy to treat all that crosses the threshold!

I am passionate about people, patients and health; the core reasons I became a GP. Additionally, I am using my GP experience as a Clinical Director for Chiltern CCG, to help shape health services for the local community. As a Locality Lead, I am responsible for engaging the nine practices within the Amersham and Chesham Locality with clinical commissioning.


Dr Rebecca Mallard-Smith

rjmsMB BS DFFP (Royal Free, London) 1992

I qualified as a Doctor in 1992 from the Royal Free School of Medicine in North London. After my junior doctor year I went straight into training to become a GP on the Oxford Vocational scheme and have now been qualified for 19 years and always worked locally. I currently work 6 sessions at John Hampden surgery.

I grew up and was educated locally in Buckinghamshire therefore know the area well and continue to enjoy living in the village and the its surrounding beautiful countryside.

I have been appointed by my colleagues to represent them on the Local Medical Committee (LMC) for the Chiltern and South Bucks area. I am also a qualified GP appraiser and support GPs to be revalidated locally.

More recently I have become a Commissioning Director for Chiltern CCG and am responsible for the commissioning of Urgent Care services in Buckinghamshire eg MIIU, OOH, BHT AE service, District nursing teams. As you can imagine this is a difficult role but I am happy to take the challenge and improve the quality and type of urgent care services locally that patients need.


Dr Kate Hodder

BSc (Hons) MB BS MRCGP (St Bartholomew’s, London) 1998

I think of Buckinghamshire as my local patch, having grown up here and completed the majority of my hospital and general practice training in the area. I now live is Aston Clinton with my husband, who is also a GP, and two young children.

I qualified in 1998 from St Bartholomew's Medical School in London, and in the years between qualifying as a GP and joining the John Hampden Surgery I have worked as a locum GP in the Aylesbury and South Bucks area.

I enjoy all aspects of family medicine, and the variety this brings to my job.

The practice occasionally employs locums (qualified GPs) on a temporary basis.

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