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Tuesday 8 March 2005 6.21pm
Anyone know of a good woman GP in the area to recommend to me? I moved from W2 and haven't yet registered with a local GP in the area yet.


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Tuesday 8 March 2005 9.07pm
I would recommend Dr Macadam Freud at the Bermondsey and Lansdowne Medical Mission on Decima Street. She's a fantastic doctor. Good luck!
Tuesday 8 March 2005 9.14pm
When you say 'local' do you mean Bermondsey or Waterloo or Elephant or ... ?

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Wednesday 9 March 2005 7.40am
Thanks Julie for the recommendation

James, by local I mean Bermondsey/Tower Bridge area so Julie has hit the spot!
Wednesday 9 March 2005 8.32am
Gosh, Macadam....does she build roads?
Wednesday 9 March 2005 3.09pm
Dr Rebecca Torry at the same surgery is also extremely good, she's been my GP for the past 12 years. (She's on a Sabbatical in Africa until end April though.)
Wednesday 9 March 2005 5.38pm
And Dr Elie Cohen in the same surgery is my GP- I find him very pleasant.
Wednesday 9 March 2005 6.14pm
I used to be registered there with Dr Payne. What a name for a GP!
I've seen pretty much all the doctors at Decima St and I think they're all good
Thursday 10 March 2005 10.12am
Thanks for all the recommendations on Decima Street but apparently I'm just outside their catchment area!

The only surgery in my area is on Wolseley Street which has only got 1 male doctor. Does anyone go to this surgery and has Dr Alan Campion as their GP?
Thursday 10 March 2005 11.50am
I know Alan Campion and he is a very pleasant and nice man indeed. I wanted to have him as my GP, but he is outside my catchment area. He was highly recommended by several people I know.
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