|Dr Stuart Robinson (m)|
BM DRCOG DFFP MRCGP
Dr Robinson joined Brook House Surgery Partnership in November 2016. He trained at Southampton University and completed his General Practice in Southampton. He enjoys and has clinics for Minor Operations. Dr Robinson also conducts Occupational Health medicals for seafarers and is a Maritime and Coastguard Agency Approved Doctor. He has 2 children, and in his spare time enjoys cycling, running, and playing guitar. He is also keen on football and rugby.
|Dr Bram Ganesan (m)|
MBChB, DRCOG MRCGP
Dr Ganesan joined the Brook House Surgery Partnership in November 2016 after completing his medical training in Southampton in 2006. He works with all aspects of General Practice but has a particular interest in geriatric medicine. He enjoys teaching medical students and supervising junior doctors. He has 3 young children and is a keen sportsman.
|Dr Caroline Hillyer|
MBBCh MRCGP DRCOG DFFP
Dr Hillyer trained in Cardiff and completed her General Practice training in South Wales before moving back to Hampshire where she grew up. After working as a locum and as a Partner at another Practice she joined the Partnership in 2019. Dr Hillyer has a particular interest in mental health and women’s health. She has a young daughter and enjoys the outdoors and foreign travel.
|Dr Kate Brinklow (f)|
MBBS DRCOG MRCGP
Dr Brinklow joined Brook House Surgery in 2018. She trained at St George's Medical School in Tooting and completed her GP training in Surrey. Dr Brinklow enjoys all aspects of General Practice, particularly ENT. She has 2 children and enjoys riding her tricycle.
|Dr Georgia Papakosta (f)|
MBBS CEGPR MRCGP
Dr Papakosta, joined the Surgery after completing her medical training in 2006 in Athens and then a part of her GP training in Southampton. She joined the GP Induction and Refresh scheme in 2015 and since then has worked in the surrounding area. Dr Papakosta has a keen interest in paediatrics, but enjoys all the aspects of the General practice. She is married and has two young children and is a keen swimmer.
|Dr Roland Simpson (m)|
BM DCH DRCOG MRCGP
Dr Simpson joined the practice in 1998 after his training in Southampton, He then had several years of child health work in Nottingham. He has since taken a keen interest in musculoskeletal medicine. He has 3 grown up children, and in his spare time enjoys sailing, running, and playing saxophone.