Queen's Road Surgery
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Bus Routes 1, 3, 3A, 4, 6 and 6A. Please see attached for a bus timetable
While the Queen's Road Medical Centre has disabled access to most of its consulting rooms, please advise a member of staff when booking your appointment if you need to be seen in a room with no steps. Alternatively, you may consider booking an appointment at our Longfrie Surgery where access is all on one level. Thank you.
Dr Bill Barker MB BS DA MSc Sport & Exercise Medicine (SEM). Bill is a full time General Practitioner with a special interest in musculoskeletal and SEM.
He spent 9 years post-graduate experience in England, South Africa and Australia before settling in Guernsey, becoming a Partner of QRMP in 1995.
He has an interest in all areas of GP, particularly preventative medicine.
Bill is married with two teenage daughters and keeps fit in the gym, cycling, surfing and skiing. He is a member of The Guernsey Velo Club.
He is The Medical Officer to Guernsey Commonwealth Games Team.
Dr Michael Brereton MB BCh BAO MRCP MRCGP DRCOG qualified in Belfast in 1984 and is a member of both the Royal College of General Practitioners and of the Royal College of Physicians with a particular interest in dermatology and diabetes. He undertakes minor skin surgery and cryotherapy and helps run the diabetic service for the Practice.
Dr Tony Chankun BSc MB BS FRCGP DCH DRCOG DipIoD joined the Practice in 1994 as a general practitioner with a particular interest in paediatric care. He is also a practitioner of modern acupuncture, a non-drug therapy popular with many patients.
As befits the Practice doctor who conducts diving medicals, he is a keen sailor and diver.
He is also very interested in all IT matters.
Dr Steven Elliott BSc (Hons) MBBS MRCP MRCGP DFSRH qualified in London in 2002 and divided his postgraduate training between London, Surrey and Australia. After this, he spent five years in General Practice in inner London, with occasional work in Genitourinary Medicine too.
He moved to Guernsey in 2012 and hopes to develop interests in Diabetes and Medical Education.
He is enjoying getting to know the island and also likes to spend time keeping fit, travelling and staying in touch with family and friends.
Dr Robert Gallagher MB ChB BSc (Hons) DRCOG DFFP MRCGP DOccMed joined the Partnership on 1st March 2008. He has a keen interest in occupational health and has been appointed as Medical Officer for a number of leading companies in Guernsey.
He is married with four children and is a keen triathlete.
Dr Maureen McGavigan MB ChB MRCGP DRCOG DTM&H DOcc Med qualified at Glasgow University, and came to the Practice after working in Angola for Medecins sans Frontières, providing single-handed medical services in a war zone. With a diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene she has a particular interest in tropical and travel medicine, but also enjoys women’s health care and paediatrics in addition to her general practice work.
Her spare time is filled with travel, a liking for animals, reading extensively and socialising.
Dr McGavigan is currently the Vice Chairman of the Practice.
Dr Janice Porritt MB ChB MRCGP joined the Practice as a partner on 1 January 2003, shortly after having come to live in Guernsey. She is married with three children.
Her particular interests are in palliative care and preventative care strategies.
Dr Jack Wieland MB BCh PG Dipallmed(Cardiff) has significant medical experience gained in South Africa, the UK and Guernsey.
He was employed by the Practice as an Associate General Practitioner prior to becoming a full-time Partner in July 2005.
He is currently the Chairman of the Practice.
Dr Douglas Wilson MB ChB MRCGP DRCOG is a family practitioner who holds surgeries at Queen’s Road as well as at the Longfrie Surgery.
He and his wife Dr Susan Wilson share a keen interest in the medical needs of third world countries.
They have four sons.
Dr Susan Wilson MB ChB MRCGP practices family medicine, with a particular interest in gynaecology, antenatal care and emotional problems.
With her husband, Douglas, she shares an interest in Third World medicine and the medical problems of developing countries; she is involved in the Tumaini Fund, a Christian charity assisting AIDS widows and orphans in NW Tanzania and visits the work there annually.
Dr Stephen Wray MB ChB MRCGP DCH Originally from Hampshire and trained at Leicester University, Dr Wray arrived in the Practice in 1992 after developing a particular interest in child health.
He previously spent a year in Papua New Guinea where he experienced child tropical diseases.
Presently he enjoys the challenge of the whole spectrum of family medicine across all ages and he maintains his interest in child health examining new born babies at the hospital and at the baby clinics. He is a keen advocate of immunisation to eradicate many infectious childhood diseases. He also undertakes allergen testing and advice.
He is a keen, competitive sailor and squash player.