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Doctors

Dr A K Harvie
MB ChB DRCOG FP Cert. 1986 Aberdeen

Dr Kate Harvie qualified in Aberdeen and enjoys the variety of general practice work. She is experienced in all aspects of family planning and teaches final year medical students.

Dr P H Lavelle
MB BS MRCGP DRCPG DTM & H BSc 1985 London

Dr Peter Lavelle qualified as a doctor at the Royal London Hospital in 1985 and after a few years as a GP in Derby have been at Skelton since 1996. He enjoys all aspects of General Practice and has a special interest in diabetes, as well as being responsible for GP training within the Practice. He is married to Rachel, a midwife, and has 3 children. He is involved in the local church in Guisborough and enjoys running half marathons in his spare time.

Dr S Lord
MBChB 2008 Glasgow

Born and raised in Leeds I studied Biological Sciences at Sunderland University and worked in microbiology prior to training as a doctor. I qualified as a doctor at Glasgow University, undertaking my training in General Practice in the Teesside area and first working at Hillside Practice as a GP registrar. I am married to Martin and we live in Redcar. Outside of work I enjoy cooking, swimming and spending time with my family. 

Dr S Morgan

MBChB (hons) MRCGP Liverpool 2013

Qualified from University of Liverpool in 2013, I worked for South Tees Foundation Trust before undertaking GP training for 3 years in York. Whilst in York I did some work as team Dr for York City FC. In my spare time I enjoy watching and playing sports.

Dr M O'Kane (salaried GP)

MB BS BAO MRCGP Belfast 2013

Qualified from University of Belfast in 2013, I have joined the team at Hillside Practice after completing my GP training in Great Ayton and I am looking forward to working in the Skelton area. Outside my main interests are trail running and walking in the North York Moors.

 
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