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Dr Emily Baker (f)


Dr Baker is originally from Cheshire and qualified as a doctor from the University of Birmingham in 2011. Dr Baker carried out her General Practice training in the West Midlands and has recently moved to Cambridge. Dr Baker joined St Georges in 2016.

Dr Baker enjoys anything in the great outdoors and playing the saxophone.

Dr Mukesh ("Mick") Bolina (m)


Dr Bolina was born in London from North Indian descent and qualified as a doctor from Leeds University in 2003.  He is especially interested in Diabetes Care and Care of the Elderly and is the Lead GP for Learning Disability.  When not at work, Dr Bolina loves to spend time with his family, is a keen football supporter and enjoys a game of pool.

Dr Caroline Diston (f)


Dr Diston moved from Cardiff to read medicine at Trinity College Cambridge.  She did her clinical studies at Addenbrooke's Hospital and qualified in 1986.  She stayed in Cambridge to complete her GP training and was subsequently a partner in Cottenham for five years.  Following a two year sabbatical in Boston, USA Dr Diston returned to the Cambridge area as a Locum before joining St George's in 2011.  She works three days a week and is the clinical lead for Gynaecology and currently sees all the patients requesting contraceptive coils and implants.  When not in work, Dr Diston walks with a local group and has rekindled her patchwork skills.

Dr Farrukh Haque (m)


Dr Farrukh Haque trained in India and then worked as a hospital doctor for 10yrs. Dr Haque then completed 3.5yrs GP training in Kings Lynn, before joining SGMC in 2013. Dr Haque also oversees the warfarin clinic and has special interest in cardiology.

Dr Zoe Hutchinson (f)


Dr Zoe Hutchinson trained in North London, completing her GP training in 2013. Dr Hutchinson has interests in functional medicine and also women's health. Dr Hutchinson joined SGMC in 2014.

Dr Matt Stephens (m)


Dr Stephens qualified from the Leicester School of Medicine in 1994.  He then worked for five years in emergency and hospital medicine before training in General Practice.  Dr Stephens joined St George's in 2004 and is particularly interested in children's and elderly medicine. 

Description of Medical Qualifications

BA - Bachelor of Arts
BDS - Bachelor of Dental Surgery
BAO - Bachelor of Art of Obstetrics
BCh/ChB/BS/BChir - Bachelor of Surgery
BSc - Bachelor of Science
CIDC - Certificate in Diabetes Care
DCH - Diploma in Child Health
DGM - Diploma in Geriatric Medicine
DMBA (Health Executive) - Diploma in Master of Business Administration (Health Executive)
DME - Diploma in Medicine for the Elderly
DFFP - Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning
DFSRH - Diploma of the Faculty of Sexual Health and Reproductive Healthcare
DRCOG - Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
FPC - Family Planning Certificate
FRACGP - Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners
FRCPath - Fellow of the Royal Colledge of Pathologists
LLM - Master of Law
LRCP - Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians
MA - Master of Arts
MB - Bachelor of Medicine
MBBS - Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
MRCGP - Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners
MRCP - Member of the Royal College of Physicians
MRCS - Member of the Royal Colledge of Surgeons

Publication of Earnings 2017/18

All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (eg average) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.

The average pay for GPs working at St George's Medical Centre in the last financial year before tax and national insurance is £72,048.

This is for 4 full time GPs and 2 part time GP's and 1 locum GP who worked in the practice for more than 6 months.

It should be noted that the prescribed method for calculating earnings is potentially misleading because it takes no account of how much time doctors spend working in the practice, and should not be used to form any judgement about GP earnings, nor to make any comparison with any other practice.

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