Dr Adam Grice
BSc (Hons) Sports Science in relation to Medicine, MBChB (Hons), MRCGP
Dr Grice qualified from the University of Leeds in 2012, completing his academic foundation training at Queen Elizabeth and City Hospital Birmingham (2014) in association with the University of Birmingham, and the Leeds Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) Specialty Training Programme in 2017, his final GP post was at Burton Croft Surgery. He has worked at the surgery as a Salaried GP since 2017 and is the lead for third year medical student education. His clinical interests include lifestyle medicine, particularly physical activity, musculoskeletal medicine and rheumatology. In addition to his role at Burton Croft Surgery, Dr Grice works as a Visiting Clinical Research Fellow at the Academic Unit of Primary Care, University of Leeds. His main research focus is examining the role of brief interventions for increasing physical activity in at-risk patient groups, including older people with long-term conditions. He also works on several other projects including attributes of clinical guidelines, lung cancer diagnosis and diet modification to prevent colorectal cancer. Outside of medicine he is a keen triathlete having previously competed in athletics internationally. He lives with his partner who is also a GP in the north Leeds area.
Dr Jenny Nelson
MBChB (Hons), BSc (Hons) Maternal and Fetal Physiology (Kings College London), DRCOG, MRCGP
Qualified from Leeds University in 2008. Dr Nelson joined the practice initially as a trainee GP in 2015 and is now a part-time salaried GP. She has a diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology but enjoys working in all areas of general practice. She is married with 3 young children.
Dr Holly Maxwell
GP Registrar Trainee
Dr Maxwell is our Registrar and is currently in her last year of GP Training.
Dr James Moxon
MB BS BA MRCGP Dip Sport Med
Senior Partner. Dr Moxon has a Diploma in Sports Medicine and has previously worked with professional cricketers at Yorkshire County Cricket Club, where he was Team doctor for many years. He is also happy to assess non-sporting muscles and joint problems and can provide joint injections and/or acupuncture in appropriate cases. Married, with 2 talented daughters, Dr Moxon enjoys walking, bird watching, playing golf and also sings regularly with his wife in the Leeds Festival chorus.
Dr Alex Fox
MB BS, MRCGP, DFSRH, DRCOG, LocSDI
Dr Carole Gregory
MBchB, DRCOG, DFFP, MRCGP, DiPTher.
Qualified from Leeds University in 1992. She did most of her GP training in the Airedale area of Yorkshire. She joined Burton croft surgery as a part time partner in 1998. Her special interest is women's health and contraception. She regularly fits coils at the surgery. Dr Gregory is also very interested in the area of medicines and prescribing and has a postgraduate diploma in this. She is married to a paediatrician and has twin daughters. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family, walking her dog and skiing.
Dr Fiona Peckham
MB BS, DFFP, DCH
Trained in London and did her GP training in Margate, Kent. She was a child health doctor in London and Mansfield as well as a GP partner in practices in Nottingham and Oxford She moved to Leeds in 1998 when her husband was appointed as a Consultant Chest Physician at St James's Hospital. She has three children. I enjoy all aspects of General practice. My areas of special interest include Child health , Pregnancy care and womens health including the menopause.
Dr Gordon Sinclair
MBChB, MRCGP, DCH
Qualified from Leeds University in 1986. Dr Sinclair joined the practice as a partner in 1993 after completing his GP training attachment at the surgery. He has since been involved as a GP trainer at the practice and currently spends a considerable amount of time leading the local clinical commissioning group. He also maintains a specific clinical interest in Minor Surgery and Ear,Nose and Throat problems. He is married with two adult children and has a keen interest in travel, playing music and scuba diving as well as a typical doctor's addiction to golf.
Dr Jonathan Smith
PhD Molecular Biology, BSc (Hons) Biochemistry, MBChB (Leeds), MRCGP, PGCert Palliative Care, PGCert Primary Care Education.
He trained as a GP in North Yorkshire. His interests are Palliative Care and musculoskeletal medicine. With Dr O'Hare he recently became a trainer and runs the education of doctors and nurses within the practice. In his spare time he is slightly obsessed with skiing, runs and plays Tennis. With a young family his specialist interests are rapidly becoming Lego and Bob the builder.