Dr Marie Waters
MB BCh MRCGP MRCP DRCOG DRFSH
Joined the practice in 2009 as a GP registrar and became a partner in 2010. Interested in all aspects of general practice especially general medicine and women’s health. She is the Co-clinical director of the Cam Medical Primary Care Network
Dr Anthony Ng
MB BChir MRCGP MA (Cantab.)
Joined the practice in 2012. Special Interests: Ear, nose and throat, palliative care, medical education, IT in health care. Anthony was locally trained in Cambridge and when not working enjoys spending time with his family and helping out with the youth and children's work at a local church.
Dr Willa McDonald
Willa joined the practice in 2013 after working in Suffolk for 12 years. Willa enjoys all aspects of Primary Care. Outside interests include bee-keeping, bread making and art history.
Dr Judith Clayton
Dr Clayton joined the practice in 2014. She qualified from Edinburgh in 1998 and worked in general practice in Edinburgh and London for 10 years before moving to Cambridge. Judith's clinical interests are in allergy and paediatrics and is currently undertaking an MSc at Imperial. She enjoys all aspects of medicine and the variety general practice provides. Outside work, Judith enjoys gardening and is a fellow of the Royal geographical Society.
Dr Stephen Ford
BSci Hons MBChB MRCGP
Joined as a partner in 2014. After completing a degree in biochemistry in 2005, Stephen completed his medical degree at the University of Birmingham in 2009. Stephen is interested in all aspects of general practice. He is also the Co-clinical director of CAm Medical Primary Care Network. Originally from Cambridge, Stephens’s interests include playing the electric guitar and playing in function bands. He is the Co-clinical director of the Cam Medical Primary Care Network
Prof Simon Griffin
MBBS MSc DM MDhc DLSHTM FPCert FRCGP FMedSci
Simon joined the practice in 1999. He qualified from the London Hospital Medical College in 1986 and trained in Clinical Epidemiology and Public Health at the University of Southampton and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine before moving to the University of Cambridge in 1998. Simon leads a research programme in the University and the Medical Research Council Epidemiology Unit which aims to reduce the growing burden of diabetes, obesity and related disorders. His research publications can be found on Google Scholar. Away from work Simon swims and surfs, and can sometimes be seen paddleboarding on the River Cam.
Dr Andrew. Perrett
MB BChir MA (Cantab) DRCOG DipTh PgCertMedEd MA (Bioethics, StMU) FRCGP
Andrew joined as a partner in 2022. He studied medicine in Cambridge before spending many years working as a GP in China. Particular interests include clinical teaching, ethics and palliative care. Outside work, he enjoys music, theology, jogging and keeping up his Mandarin Chinese.
Dr Liz Woodroffe
Liz qualified from Oxford University in 2003 and completed GP training in Nottingham, before relocating to Cambridgeshire in 2016. Liz enjoys all aspects of general practice but specialist interests include child and adult safeguarding, women’s health including coil fitting and mental health. As a Christian and mum, interests outside work include spending time with her husband and family, helping with church music and women's ministries, singing and marathon training. BMBCh MRCGP DFSRH MA (Hons) Oxon
Tracy Sparks is our Health Care Assistant who sees patients for routine treatments including phlebotomy (drawing blood) ECGs and Audiograms. She also is able to do health checks and co-ordinates our Annual Health Checks (ARC) for patients who need regular monitoring of long term conditions.
Patient Services Team
Deputy Practice Manager
Project Support Officer
GP Assistant and Research Admin Lead
Cam Medical PCN
First Contact Physio
Social Prescribing Link Worker
BA (Oxon), PhD (Cantab), PGCE (Cantab)
Alex joined the practice in 2020 as the Social Prescribing Link Worker, and shares her time with the other two practices of the Cam Medical Primary Care Network. With a background in medical research and teaching, she also worked for a number of years in children's and family services before moving into primary care. Her role is to support patients to identify and access services and activities that will benefit their health and wellbeing in a holistic way. Outside of work, she enjoys gardening, vegetarian cooking and is a voracious reader.