Dr Mary Simpson (f)

MS_finalSenior GP Partner
Graduated  from St Bartholomew's London in 1999
MB, BS, DRCOG, MRCGP, Dip Med Ed. 

Dr Simpson’s special interests include child & teenage health and she is a GP Trainer.

Dr Mary Simpson joined the Acorn Surgery in 2013. During that time, she has developed particular interests in child and teenage health, health promotion, contraception and sexual health, substance misuse and palliative care. She is the practice Child Safeguarding Lead, and also works closely with local schools to help them support pupils' health and wellbeing.  She supports the practice Carers' Champion closely.  Dr Simpson is a GP trainer involved in the training of medical students, post-graduate junior doctors and GP registrars.

Dr Simpson is also a mother of primary school aged children and tries to help out at their school and Cubs/Rainbows' activities when she can.  Outside of work, she is happiest when she is pottering around in her garden or kitchen with family and friends.

Dr Damian Schembri (m)


GP Partner
Graduated from University College London in 2007
MBBS, BSc (History of Medicine), MRCGP

Dr Schembri deals with a broad range of general practice problems and has particular interests in psychiatry, children’s health, ENT, rheumatology, minor surgery and GP commissioning.


Dr Sobia Khan (f)

GP Partner


Dr Khan Graduated from India in 1997

Dr Khan’s special  interests include paediatrics, mental health and women’s health.  She qualified in paediatrics with the Royal College of Paediatrics & Child Health.  As well as English, Dr Khan is also fluent in Urdu.  She is an Associate GP Trainer. 

Dr Tom Spencer (m)

Dr Spencer

Trainee Doctors

Our practice is fortunate to be involved in the training of doctors. These are fully qualified doctors who are at different stages of their postgraduate training. Some of these doctors will be undergoing their GP training which will lead them to be fully qualified as General Practitioners.

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