Doctors

  • Dr Rohit Sethi – ((Nottingham 1983) BMedSci BM BS DA MRCGP)
    Dr Sethi qualified in Nottingham in 1983 and joined the Phoenix Surgery in 1989. As well as being a GP he is a trained anaesthetist and until March 2017 he worked at Cheltenham General Hospital in this role. He covers Dr Hill’s patients when Dr Hill is on leave.
    He is also co-founder and medical advisor of the medical communications and information company Intouch with Health (www.intouchwithhealth.co.uk)
    Rohit volunteers much of his annual leave to travel to Sierra Leone in West Africa where he supports a number of medical and community projects. With his wife, Veronica (also a GP), they started the charity HelpMadina (www.helpmadina.org.uk).
  • Dr James H. E. Woodward – (Bristol 2009) MB ChB
    Dr Woodward qualified from the University of Bristol in 2009 and joined Phoenix Surgery in 2015. He completed his initial training in Somerset and Bristol before undertaking his General Practice training in Gloucestershire (with his registrar year down the road in Minchinhampton). Between completing training and joining Phoenix Surgery he worked as a locum GP across Gloucestershire and Herefordshire. He has a special interest in Palliative Medicine and used to work for Sue Ryder Hospice in Leckhampton providing out of hours cover for their patients.
    In his spare time he enjoys playing tennis and piano, following Liverpool Football Club and photography.
  • Dr Angus McMyn – BSc (Hons) MBBS (London 2006) DRCOG MRCGP
    After a first degree in Physiology at the University of St. Andrews, Dr McMyn studied medicine at St. George’s London and qualified in 2006. He moved to Devon where he trained and qualified as a GP and worked as a GP partner for 6 years.
    His wife Emma is a GP and they have 4 young children and moved back to Gloucetershire in 2017 in order to live closer to their extended family and join The Phoenix Health Group.
    In any time off Dr McMyn is likely to be found; by, on or in the Sea or nearest swimming pool or watching Rugby.
  • Dr Jonathan Maxted – (Nottingham 2013) BMedSci BM BS
    Dr Maxted qualified from The University of Nottingham in 2013 and has undertaken GP training at Great Western Hospital. During his training Dr Maxted has become accredited by the RCGP for Minor Ops. Dr Maxted has an interest in Palliative care and spent part of his training working at Prospect Hospice in Swindon. Outside of work he enjoys spending time outdoors walking, skiing and wakeboarding.
  • Dr Sarah Cardew – (Bristol 2006) MBChB MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH
    Dr Cardew qualified at Bristol medical school in 2006.
    Prior to starting her GP training, she spent several years as a hospital trainee in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. She joined the practice in 2012 and completed her GP training here in 2013 when it was known under its old name of Romney House Surgery. She became a partner with the Phoenix Health Group in 2019. She enjoys all aspects of family medicine and has a particular interest in women’s health. She is married and has a very energetic son! When she does have a moment to relax she enjoys gardening, yoga and visiting her extend family in Cornwall.