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Dr Andrew Buffey (m)

I trained at University College Medical School in London and qualified in 1993, being awarded the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, MBBS.

My early career was spent gaining experience and knowledge in specialities at London hospitals such as the Royal Free and St. Bartholomews. Initially I trained as a surgeon for several years .At this time I developed an interest in orthopaedics and sports injuries.

Extensive training and experience in A&E medicine allowed me to gain a broad knowledge base and ability to confidently manage medical emergencies in hospitals and in the community.

During my general practice training, I was fortunate enough to gain experience in dermatology; genito- urinary medicine; obstetrics and gynaecology; paediatrics and psychiatry, culminating in my final year on the Cambridge GP Vocational Training Scheme (Addenbrookes Hospital).

During my career, I have gained further specialist qualifications in family planning and currently hold the DFFP (Diploma in the Faculty of Family Planning) and the DRCOG (Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology). In addition, I also hold the MRCGP (Membership of the Royal College of General Practice (England).

I have worked at many practices in the Lincoln and Grantham areas until I became a partner at Church Walk Surgery in April 2011.

Dr Nicholas Harrison (m)
I qualified from Leicester Medical School in 1981 and following my initial hospital experience in Peterborough and Swindon I joined the RAF as a Medical Officer in 1983, spending most of time in RAF Germany.  On return to the UK I joined a partnership just outside the East End of London, which saw its own unique set of problems!  Whilst there, I developed a special interest in musculoskeletal problems, including acupuncture.  After 20 years of being in London I decided to move out and came to work again for the RAF, but this time as a civilian, at RAF Cranwell where I was able to improve my skills with musculoskeletal problems and also gained further qualifications in occupational medicine.  In 2012 the opportunity arose to work here at Church Walk as a locum and from March 2014 I am pleased to say that I will be a permanent member of the team with increased hours.
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