Dr Sarah Ray is a portfolio GP and Clinical Lead of Cambs GP Network local federation. Sarah has been a GP for over 20 years and is keen to help and support the local population of GPs.
Dr Susie Lister is a portfolio GP with a specialist interest in women’s health. She is also an Associate Lecturer for the University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine, with more than 10 years of experience in medical education.
Dr Kate Lowery is a portfolio GP in Cambridge. She splits her time between clinical work, working as the Early Career GP lead at Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Training Hub, mentoring and coaching other health professionals as part of the supporting mentors scheme and being Mum to two primary school aged children.
Dr Lisa Lim is a GP Partner, a GP Trainer and student lead at her practice. Prior to becoming a partner, she worked as a salaried GP and a researcher at the Primary Care Unit at the University of Cambridge for 10 years. She is Chair of Cambs GP Network (a GP Federation) and a member of Cambs LMC.
Dr Mark Brookes has been a GP partner for 20 years, the last 14 of which spent working in Cambridge. His interests include Quality Improvement and personalised care, and he is currently the Personalised Care Clinical Champion for the ICS. Prior to this he had leadership roles at the CCG , including on the Governing Body.
Dr Rajarshi (Raj) Raha is a portfolio GP, currently working towards the ILM 5 in Effective Coaching and Mentoring. He has been a GP for 16 years, working as a GP Partner and salaried GP before becoming a locum GP. Raj is a GP appraiser for the east of England, a LMC executive committee member, an examiner for Cambridge University medical students and works for NHS Practitioner Health. He is also training to become a specialist GP advisor for the CQC.
Dr Rachel Harmer has been a GP in Cambridge for 22 years. She started as a GP Retainer when her children were small, and is now a GP Partner. She is Clinical Director of Cambridge City PCN, and is particularly interested in the impact of deprivation on health, and how we can begin to address health inequalities locally.
Dr Jo Scrivens has been a GP in Cambridgeshire for the past 20 years – as a locum, partner, salaried GP and retainer. She has previously worked in GP education and currently works as a salaried GP and LMC committee member, board member and treasurer. She completed her ILM Level 5 Certificate in Effective Coaching and Mentoring in July 2023.