Here is a list of the consultants that work for the WGC Partnership
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Melinda Brazier graduated from The London Hospital Medical College in 1991.
She then worked around London and the Home counties before finishing her training in the South West of London. Melinda joined Ashford and St Peter's as a consultant in 2004.
She lives near Camberley with her family.
Outside work, Melinda enjoys spending time with her family, cooking and enjoying some fresh air and relaxation.
Following a gap year in Israel, Iran and Brazil, Jonathan Cooper trained at the Middlesex Hospital Medical School.
His early medical career was spent in Southern England, apart from a two year spell working in intensive care in Soweto, South Africa.
He enjoys horse-riding, swimming and his interests are football and history.
Michael DeVile qualified from Imperial College School of Medicine in 2002.
After training in general medicine for 3 years at various London hospitals, he moved to the Oxford region as a registrar in anaesthetics.
He completed his advanced training in Intensive Care Medicine at Guy’s & St Thomas’ and the Hammersmith Hospitals in London, before taking up a Consultant post with Ashford & St Peter’s in 2013.
He now lives in Woking and enjoys spending time with his wife & two young daughters. Any remaining spare moments are spent catching up with friends, football and the latest gadget.
Richard George graduated from Guy’s and St.Thomas’ Medical Schools in 2001 and subsequently undertook general medical training in South West London and Australia.
He started anaesthetic training in 2006 and completed his FRCA in
2008 before clinical and research fellowships at St.George’s and Chelsea & Westminster Hospitals.
He was appointed as an NHS Consultant Anaesthetist at
Ashford and St. Peter’s Hospitals in 2014 and commenced work for the WGCAP in 2017.
Outside of work, Richard is married, has 2 boys and loves all sports, often playing some of them!
Mark Kubli graduated from the University of Queensland Medical School in 1992 and started his early medical career in Queensland, Australia.
He then moved to the United Kingdom and completed his anaesthetic training in Sussex and Surrey regions. He started working as a consultant at Ashford and St Peter's Hospital in 2002.
He now lives in Dorking and enjoys squash, tennis and snow boarding.
Anja Kuttler graduated from the University of Bonn in 1993, spending a year at both the University of Manchester and the University of Vienna on exchange programs.
Her post graduate training started in Manchester and finished on the Anaesthetic rotation in Wessex having also spent a year working at Great Ormond Street. Anja joined Ashford & St Peter's as a consultant in 2007.
When not busy with clinical duties, Anja likes to spend her time participating in outdoor activities including; cross country skiing, ski mountaineering, climbing, cycling, camping and anything else one can do in the open. She holds a Diploma in High Altitude Medicine.
Fiona Lloyd-Jones qualified from The London Hospital Medical College in 1987 and undertook most of her anaesthetic training in the London region apart from an attachment to the Waikato Hospital in Hamilton New Zealand which served the dual purpose of allowing her to experience the health care systems of another country whilst enabling her to travel to a part of the world.
She returned to the UK to complete her training and was appointed as a Consultant Anaesthetist at Ashford and St Peter's Hospital in 1997.
She has lived in the local area for the last 16 years with her family and still loves travelling but for relaxation at the weekends she enjoys cooking and spending time with family and friends.
Rob Menzies graduated from University College London Medical School in 1998 and started his early medical career in the south west before working in Perth, Australia.
He then moved to the Oxford region to complete his training and started working as a consultant at Ashford and St Peter's Hospital in 2008, a return to his roots, as he was born in the maternity unit at St. Peter's
He now lives near Woking with his family and enjoys cycling, tennis and skiing.
Martin Raymond graduated from St George’s Hospital Medical School in 1998.
After beginning his medical career in Basingstoke and Frimley, he moved to North London then Oxford to complete his anaesthetic training, including an all too brief period of training in Sydney, Australia. He started working as a consultant at Ashford and St Peter’s in 2008. He currently lives near Chertsey.
Outside work his two young sons are keeping him busy but he enjoys cooking and gardening when he can!
David Robinson qualified from St. Thomas' Hospital Medical School in London in 1985 and started training in anaesthetics in 1987 resulting in a return to St. Thomas' amongst a myriad of other hospitals in Central, South and West of London and St.Peter's Hospital Chertsey where he has been a consultant since 1998.
He lives with his family in Sunningdale and spends some of his spare time helping other motorcyclists to prepare for their advanced test.
Nik Shah qualified from St George’s Hospital Medical School in 2003.
Following general medical training in London, he began his anaesthetic career in Salisbury and then moved back to London to complete his training. He is dual qualified in Intensive Care Medicine & Anaesthesia.
He joined the Critical Care & Anaesthetic team at Ashford & St Peter's Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, as a Consultant, in 2014.
Additional interests including promoting patient safety and medical education which has inspired him to develop a nationally accredited critical care transfer training course.
When not being kept busy by his family, he enjoys spending time with friends and playing golf.
Moira Wattie qualified as a doctor in 1993 having attended University College of London Medical school.
Her anaesthetic training took place in London as well as a year in Sydney, Australia.
She joined Ashford and St Peter's hospital as a Consultant Anaesthetist in 2003, having worked there previously as a junior doctor.
Her hobbies include playing tennis and skiing. She lives with her family in Twickenham.
Ian White trained at Kings College Hospital and then started his early anaesthetic training at St Peters.
Having completed his training in the North West London Deanery he then lectured at Imperial College London for five years before returning to his anaesthetic roots at Ashford and St Peter's in 2003.
When not in the Intensive Care Unit he can be found on the golf course!