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Partner / GP (DMedCir - Asu, MRCGP, MSc PHDC, DipFMS, HCL)
Dr Gus Berni obtained his medical degree in Asuncion, Paraguay in 1991. After qualifying as a doctor he spent four years as a resident in surgery and medicine followed by one year as a District Medical Officer in rural Paraguay. The health needs of rural Paraguay made him decide to specialise in maternal health so he spent the following three years as a resident in obstetrics and gynaecology in the IPS hospital in Asuncion. In 1998 he won an award from the British Council to pursue his passion in public health and attended the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine where he obtained a Master degree in Public Health for Developing Countries in 1999.
He argues that General Practice was the natural progression to his medical career. He decided to amalgamate individual and population health principles together and qualified as a GP in Liverpool in 2004 and became a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners. In 2012 he added to his portfolio the Diploma in Forensic Medical Sciences from the University of Glasgow. In 2017 the University of Liverpool gave him the title of Honorary Clinical Lecturer in association with his role in teaching medical students.
He currently combines his clinical, educational and managerial work at 40/42 Kingsway surgery with his role as board director for the South Sefton Federation of GPs.
Dr. F.P. Vitty
Partner / GP (MA, MB, BChir)
Dr Vitty was born in Birkenhead and went to school there. He qualified from Emmanuel College in Cambridge and then spent time at St George’s Hospital Medical School in London where he qualified in 1979. He did his vocational GP training scheme in Chester including paediatrics and paediatric intensive care. He has been a partner at 40/42 Kingsway practice since February 1984.
He specialises in 8-week child surveillance, minor surgery and shoulder joint injections. Fred likes sport and in the past he has been involved in rugby playing and coaching. He holds a season ticket for Liverpool Football Club that he supports since he moved to Crosby in 1986.
Dr. C.L. Doran
GP (MBChB, DRCOG, DCH, DGM, MRCGP)
Dr Doran grew up in Bootle - She attended Liverpool University medical school. In her 4th year of medical school she won the Charles Henry Walsh prize for obstetrics and gynecology and qualified in 1987. After qualifying she spent 4 years working in local hospitals as a house officer then senior house officer in the Royal Liverpool University Hospital, Aintree University Hospital & Alder Hey Children’s Hospital.
Following this she spent her training year in General Practice in practices in the Old Swan & Kirkdale. After her GP training post she was a partner in High Pastures Surgery in Maghull and then moved to Waterloo to number 20 Kingsway Surgery in 1997. Dr Doran has worked as a GP in Waterloo since then. In 2004 - 2006 Dr Doran also worked as a clinical champion in Respiratory medicine with the PCT (Primary Care Trust) and colleagues in the Respiratory Unit in Aintree University Hospital looking at improving pathways for patients with respiratory disease. She presented work completed by the clinical champions team in London and the team subsequently won two national awards.
Dr Doran is delighted to have joined the team at 40/42 Kingsway and hopes to spend many happy years there.
Dr S. Roy
GP (MBChB, MRCGP)
Dr Roy qualified from the University of Liverpool in 2001. After spending 7 years in acute medicine, including adult medicine, anaesthetics, paediatrics and accident & emergency she did her training in General Practice, qualifying as a GP in 2008. She has been working in the Sefton area since 2007. She became a very valued member of 40/42 Kingsway joining as a salaried GP in April 2016.
Dr K. Potts
GP (MBChB, MRCGP, PGDipDerm, DRCOG, DFFP)
Dr Potts is a graduate of University of Liverpool Medical School (2000) and completed specialist GP training in 2005. Since then she has practiced in south Sefton and spent 3 years in the south west, whilst there completing a specialist qualification in dermatology. Dr Potts was pleased to join the practice in 2016 having worked here as a sessional GP in the past.
In addition to General Medical Practice and Dermatology, Dr Potts also has special interests in Respiratory Medicine and Women's health.