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Dr Mariya 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, DCHNB pic

(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)Dr Matt D Curtis (m)


(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)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)


(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)
Dr Mehul Patel (m)
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