|Dr Maria Aziz (f)|
(University of Leeds, 2008)
I trained as a GP at Holycroft Surgery and, after working in Leeds for a year, returned to the practice in February 2015. I am orginally from Yorkshire and delighted to be working in Keighley. My interests within the surgery include Diabetes, outside of the surgery I enjoy reading and spending time with my family.
|Dr Nick Bird (m)|
Nick Bird MBChB, MRCGP, DCH
(University of Leeds, 2006)
I joined the Holycroft team in 2014, having previously worked in Bradford for eight years. My clinical interests include mental wellbeing, chronic pain and medical education. At home I love cooking, gadgets, music and planning my next trip to Scotland.
|Dr Matt D Curtis (m)|
BMedSci. BMBS DRCOG DCH MRCGP
(University of Nottingham 1998)
I was born in Manchester and trained as a GP in East Yorkshire. I worked in New Zealand before joining the Practice in 2004. I am a GP Trainer and Training Programme Director for the Airedale GP Speciality Training Scheme. I have special interests in respiratory medicine and the use of IT in healthcare. I am married with two children. I try to offset my colleagues' carbon footprints by cycling a lot.
|Dr Hazel Hawker (f)|
MBChB, BSc (Hons), MRCGP (Merit), DRCOG
(University of Leeds, 2000)
I trained at Leeds Univerity, and then spent 15 years working in Bradford, before joining Holycroft in 2015. I work part time, and spend the remainder of my time running round after my three children! I squeeze some baking in wherever possible. My clinical interest is in mental wellbeing.
|Dr Kay H.T Lovell (f)|
MBBS BSc (Hons) DRCOG MRCGP DFFP (University of London 1995) I have been a GP since 2006 and joined the team at Holycroft in 2007. I am interested in women's health diabetes. I am married with 3 children. Occasionally, I have been known to appear on stage in amateur theatrical productions and sing in a local choir.
|Dr Tom Ratcliffe (m)|
BSc (Hons) MBChB MRCGP DCH FHEA
(University of Warwick, 2008)
I trained as a GP at Holycroft Surgery and was delighted to return to the practice in 2014. I have an interest in medical education and, as well as helping train GPs at Holycroft, I work at the University of Leeds and Yorkshire and Humber School of Primary Care. I moved to Yorkshire in 2010 and love walking in the beautiful moors and dales. I live in Airedale with my young family.
|Dr Kathryn Howe (f)|