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Staff Vacancies


The practice contributes to medical student education and therefore students are occasionally present during consultations, if consent is given.
Dr Paul Sawczyn (m)

Dr Paul Sawczyn  MBBS (London 1982) DCH DRCOG MRCGP DOcc Med - Full Time


I was born in Derby to parents of Italian and Ukrainian heritage, hence the unusual  surname  (pronounced Sow-chin).

I trained in London and graduated from St Bartholomew's University Hospital in 1982. I worked for a number of years in paediatrics at Guys and St ThomasHospitals until 1989 when I moved to Barrow in Furness, Cumbria to undertake GP vocational training, which I completed in  1992. In August 1992 I joined Rosegarth Surgery as a partner.

Since then I have developed special interests in rheumatology and palliative care.

Dr David Taylor (m)

MBChB (Leeds 1992) MRCGP DOcc Med -  Doctor Taylor works full time

Dr Deepa Prasad (f)

MBBS (Ind 1985) MD - Full Time

Dr Helen Davies (f)

Dr. Helen Davies

MBChB (Sheffield) 1985

MRCGP (London) 1989

MSc Sports medicine 2001

Part time Monday & Tuesday each week

I moved to Rosegarth Surgery in March 2018 where I am a part time partner although I have been a GP in Calderdale since 1991. I also work part time at Calderdale CCG in the commissioning of health care for Calderdale.

My clinical special interests are musculo-skeletal medicine and women’s health.

I committed to the promotion and support of healthy lifestyles and self-care. I believe in working with patients and the wider care community to develop this.

I am married with 4 children and a variety of animals in my care. I love the great outdoors and keeping active as well as socialising, cooking and watching a good film.

Dr Catherine Hugh (f)

BM 2012 University of Southampton - Part time GP Registrar

Dr Andy Storr (m)

Part time Locum every Wednesday at Rosegarth

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