Dr Judith Lindsay – MBBS, MRCGP

“I joined the Partnership in 1992. I work four clinical sessions, which includes one session caring for our patients in Beech Tree Nursing Home. I have an interest in gynaecology, and am one of the doctors who can fit coils. I am the clinical director for Rural West Primary Care Network, and work with the CCG within the Medicine Management Team.”

Dr Sarah Still

“I trained at Southampton University graduating in 1995. I completed my House Jobs in Bath and on the Isle of Wight before starting my GP training at Winchester, Royal Hampshire County Hospital; I became a GP in 2000. I enjoyed being a locum GP but was pleased to find my home here where I have been a Partner since 2005. I am the Child Safeguarding Lead for Watership Down Health and now Managing Partner at Kingsclere. I lead on Diabetes and have particular interest in Dermoscopy, Palliative Care, Respiratory Medicine, Paediatrics, MSK and joint injections. I am passionate about patient care and feel I am a true Generalist.

“Outside work I love to sing; I am a member of the Farrant Singers in Salisbury. I am also a keen hill walker and enjoy trekking. Paper engineering has been a longstanding hobby.’’

Dr Tom Jacobs (m)
MD2001 Katholieke University of Leuven, Belgium

“I qualified at the University of Leuven, Belgium in 2001 and completed my GP training in Minehead, Somerset. After working in various GP roles in the UK and abroad, I settled in Basingstoke in 2005. I joined Watership Down Health Practice in Kingsclere at the start of 2015.

I have a special interest in Dermatology, Men’s Health and as a member of the British Society of Lifestyle Medicine I am keen to use lifestyle medicine as an effective, evidence-informed approach to preventing, managing and treating lifestyle-related chronic conditions.

In my spare time I enjoy cycling, travelling and spending time with my family.”

Dr Karen Robinson

“I qualified at St George’s Hospital Medical School in 1996. Following 15 years as a partner in an Aldershot GP practice, I am delighted to have joined Watership Down Health in June 2020. I have been a Clinical Lead in North East Hampshire CCG and continue as Clinical Director of Aldershot Health Primary Care Network. My clinical interests are ‘lifestyle medicine’ especially applied to diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer and women’s health. I fit coils and implants. My passion is prevention and empowering people to take control of their own health. When not at work I enjoy gardening and spending time with my family.”

Dr Jeni Rees

“I graduated from Southampton University in 1992 and I have been a GP since 1996. I am pleased to be working part time in the practice since June 2020 and I enjoy teaching medical students and training the next generation of GPs. I enjoy all areas of general practice and I fit coils.”