Dr Sarah Jahfar, MBChB (1989) MRCP MRCGP
Senior Partner. Special Interests: High quality General practice. Undergraduate student teaching and post-graduate GP training.I can speak French, Sorani Kurdish and conversational German.
Notes: I trained in Bristol and have been a GP Partner at Wellspring since 1998. I really appreciate the opportunity to contribute to the health of the Barton Hill community and have got to know many families well over the years.
Wellspring is now a well reputed Training practice and Wellspring patients have been incredibly supportive in helping us to train students and junior doctors in General practice. I work at wellspring 4 days a week and at Bristol University every Tuesday.
Dr Will Klinkenberg, MbChB (1999) MRCGP
I have been a GP Partner at Wellspring since 2007. I am a GP trainer. I have a diploma in child health, obstetrics and gynaecology and recently completed some further training with Bath University in musculoskeletal medicine.
A keen cyclist – you will often see me doing home visits on my bike!
Dr Hannah Condry, MA MB BChir (2003) MRCGP DFSRH DRCOG
Notes: I worked in other inner city Bristol practices, as well as at HMP Bristol , before joining Wellspring in 2010. I also work at the university as 3D ( disadvantage, disability
and diversity ) lead, which gives me plenty of opportunities for getting medical students involved in the local community. I am one of the advice and guidance GPs for ENT for Bristol inner city and East GPs. I am very interested in community issues, and am a trustee of Wellspring healthy living centre. I am also a volunteer coordinator and host for Bristol Hospitality Network providing homes for destitute asylum seekers. Outside of work I enjoy outdoor swimming, and growing vegetables on my allotment.
Dr Trevor Thompson, MB BS (1990) MA MSc DRCOG MRCGP FFHom PhD
Special Interests: Diet, exercise, diabetes and complementary therapies.
Notes: I was raised in Belfast, Northern Ireland. I trained in medicine in Oxford, London, Yorkshire and Glasgow before pitching up in Bristol in 2000. As a GP my goal is to help people find the resources they need to get well, to stay well and, if that is not possible, to learn to live well with existing conditions.
I work half time at Wellspring and in the other half of my week I organise the teaching of medical students in the University of Bristol. We are hugely appreciative of the various ways in which our patients participate in this training. My Wellspring week always includes Wednesdays.
When I am not working with patients and students I love working with plants on my sunny allotment. I feel lucky to serve such a diverse and interesting community in the Barton Hill area and to live in a forward-thinking city such as Bristol.
Dr Olivia Horner, MB ChB, DRCOG, MRCGP
Special Interests: Women’s Health, Medicine for the elderly
I joined the practice in 2015, having moved down from Sheffield, where I had been a partner in a GP practice for 8 years. I am enjoying living and working in Bristol, and my main form of transport is now my bicycle. I have two small children and, when I get the time, I also enjoy walking and yoga.
Dr Hannah Verry, MbChB, MRCGP
I graduated from Sheffield University in 2009 and have completed my GP training in Gloucestershire in 2016. I am interested in most aspects of genreal practice and have an active role at Wellspring in teaching and training Medical Students here.
Outside of work I love to travel, swim and cook.
Dr Katherine Pitt, MBBS BA (Hons) MSc MRCGP DCH DFSRH
Enjoys all aspects of general practice. Practice research lead.
Works in the practice Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
Dr Kitty Thompson, MBChB (2012) MRCGP (2017)
Special interests – palliative care, elderly medicine.
I’m a newly qualified GP and was trained here at the Wellspring Surgery. My other interests include cooking and gardening.