Meet the Team

Our Doctors

Dr Gareth Morris

Partner GP

BSc (Hons) Biotechnology, MSc, MBBS, DRCOG, MRCGP, PGCE – Male

Born in South Wales and educated in Kings College Taunton.  Dr Morris attended Kings College, London, Southampton University and trained in medicine at Royal London and St Bartholomew’s Hospital. He has been a full time partner at Wistaria Surgery since 2002 and a GP trainer since 2006.  Married with three children, he enjoys gardening, dog walking, learning Italian, playing golf and watching rugby.

Dr Angela Sizer

Partner GP

BSc (Hons) Psychology, MBBS MRCGP DRCOG DCH DFSRH (Wistaria Surgery) – Female

Qualified St George’s Hospital Medical School in 1996.Dr Sizer spent four years working in Obstetrics and Gynaecology before changing career path to General practice, becoming a GP in 2001.  She has been a Partner at Wistaria since April 2003 and has particular interests in women’s health, family planning and child health.  Dr Sizer has responsibility for practice finances.  Away from work she enjoys travel, skiing, fair weather sailing, gardening and photography.

Dr Matthew Turner

Partner GP

MBBS MRCGP MRCP DRCOG PGCE (Milford Medical Centre) – Male
Further Info

Dr Turner qualified from St George’s Hospital Medical School in 1993 and spent four years in Paediatrics, he then moved into General Practice.  Dr Turner joined the partnership in 2009 and is based at Milford Medical Centre.  He enjoys all aspects of General Practice and has particular interest in Paediatrics, sport medicine/Orthopaedics and medical education.  He is responsible for the GP registrar training at the Milford practice.  Away from work, he is married with two sons who keep him busy.  When time allows he enjoys water sports, cycling, golf and racket sports.

Dr Elizabeth Pugh

Partner GP

BSc (Hons) Psychology, BM, MRCGP, DFFP (Wistaria Surgery) – Female
Further Info

Dr Pugh was born in Surrey and educated at The Lady Eleanor Holles School. She qualified from Southampton University Medical School in 1996. She has worked as a GP since 2004, and joined the practice as a part time partner in 2009. She enjoys all aspect of general practice but has an interest in women’s health and fits contraceptive implants. Outside of work she spends time with her family, she has two children and her husband is a hospital consultant at SUHT. She enjoys cooking, gardening and walking her two spaniels in the forest.

Dr Ian Murray

Partner GP

BM, BSc, MRCP, MRCGP (Wistaria Surgery) – Male
Further Info

Dr Murray qualified from Southampton school of medicine in 2003 and joined the practice in 2008 as a GP registrar. After a brief spell working in Bournemouth he returned to Wistaria as a salaried doctor before becoming a partner in 2012. His main professional interest is in adult medicine. Outside of work he enjoys sport, particularly golf and tennis and will reach for his guitar at every available opportunity.

Dr Alice Mavrogordato

Partner GP

BSc (Hons), BM, MRCS, DRCOG, DFSRH, MRCGP (Wistaria Surgery) – Female
Further Info

Dr “Mavro” qualified from Southampton University in 2001 and pursued a career in surgery and plastic surgery before training in general practice, part of which was at Milford.  She joined the practice as a partner in June 2012 and is based at Wistaria. Dr Mavro has accompanied several expeditions as a doctor including an exploration of the Blue Nile in Ethiopia and a climb of Mt Kilimanjaro.  Her surname is Greek, although she does not speak Greek. She is married to a farmer and lives near Lymington. In her spare time she likes to walk, sail, cook (and eat!) good food which she is learning more about and also enjoys gardening.

Dr Neil Moody-Jones

Partner GP

BM MRCGP DRCOG (Milford Medical Centre) – Male
Further Info

Originally from South Wales, Neil qualified in 2008 from Southampton University. He completed his GP Training in 2013 which included spending 18 months in Milford-on-Sea as a GP registrar. Prior to this he worked at Lymington Hospital, Southampton General Hospital and in Jersey. Neil joined the practice as a partner in April 2014 and is the Diabetes lead for the practice. He lives in New Milton with his wife and two sons.  Interests include music, photography and he enjoys walking in the New Forest with his family.

Dr David Fowler

Partner GP

BM (Hons), PhD, MRCGP (Milford Medical Centre) – Male
Further Info

David Fowler graduated from Southampton Medical School in 2008. His initial post-graduate training was based at Dorset County Hospital in Dorchester. He then went to work for a year in the histopathology department in Southampton before starting general practice training in Dorset. He completed this training in August 2014 and now works three days at Milford each week.  He is married with young children.

GP Associates

Dr Camilla Janssen (f)

MBbCh MRCGP DFSRH (Milford Medical Centre)
Further Info

Camilla joined the practice in October 2014 and typically works on Tuesdays and Thursdays. She completed her medical training in the University of Wales, Cardiff becoming a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2004. She also holds a diploma from the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health and her areas of interest include women’s health, covering menopause and contraceptive services. She fits contraceptive implants and coils for our patients locally. Camilla settled in the New Forest in 2008 after a varied medical career spanning expedition medicine, as well as a stint working in Australia and a medical centre in Val D’Isere. She has also spent time working with the prison services and with the army.Outside the surgery she acts as a local representative for the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Local Medical Committee. She is involved in organising a GP education programme to keep local GPs up to date and is also involved in teaching medical students at Southampton University. Camilla is married with two young girls who keep her very busy and when time allows, she enjoys the outdoors, the forest, the sea, paddle boarding, cycling and skiing.

Dr Victoria Makin (f)

BM BPharm (Hons) MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH (Wistaria Surgery)
Further Info

Dr Makin qualified from Southampton Medical School in 2004. After working in Southampton General Hospital and Queens Medical Centre Dr Makin moved to the north east where she worked in A&E, paediatrics and gynaecology. She trained as a GP in Northumberland where she lived until 2014. Dr Makin has a particular interest in child health and adult medicine.  Personal interests include art and crafts, swimming and spending time outdoors with her young family.

Dr Jiexin (Jess) Zhao (f)

MBChB, MRCGP, PhD, BsC (Wistaria Surgery & Milford Medical Centre)
Further Info

Dr Zhao qualified from University of Edinburgh in 2007. She formally joined the practice in 2019 after completing her GP registrar training at Wistaria Surgery. Dr Zhao completed a PhD in Molecular Physiology at Imperial College London and has particular interests in medicine of the elderly and mental health.

Born in China, Dr Zhao grew up in Scotland and settled in Hampshire five years ago. In her spare time, she enjoys gardening, rambling and travelling.

Dr Andrew Hodgson (m)

MBChB, MRCGP, MPhys (Wistaria Surgery)
Further Info

Dr Hodgson qualified at Warwick Medical School in 2015 having previously achieved a degree in Physics at UMIST, Manchester. He then worked at Southampton General Hospital, Princess Anne Hospital and Lymington Hospital before completing his GP registrar training at Wistaria and joining the practice in 2020. He has a particular interest in child health and infectious diseases, as well as medical education. In his spare time he enjoys running, cooking, travelling and learning foreign languages

Dr Louise Reynolds (f)

MBChB MRCGP DFSRH (Wistaria Surgery)
Further Info

Dr Reynolds qualified from Bristol Medical school In 2007 and completed her General Practice training at Wistaria surgery in 2010. She has since worked in Southampton and rural Wiltshire but is excited to join our team at Wistaria Surgery again.

Dr Reynolds also teaches at Southampton Medical School and has a particular interest in dermatology.

Outside of work she is kept busy by her young family and she enjoys sewing and baking.

Dr Nicola Osborne (f)

MA Oxon (Physiology) MBChB, MRCGP, DSFRH, DCH (Milford Medical Centre)
Further Info

Dr Osborne joined the practice in January 2021 and typically works at Milford on Mondays and Wednesdays. She completed her GP training at St Georges Hospital, London in 2017. On her other days she works in Sport, Exercise Medicine and Rehabilitation, with the military, GB hockey and rugby. Dr Osborne is very passionate in how our lifestyle and behaviour can influence or prevent chronic disease and wellbeing, regardless of diagnosis, age or personal background, including exercise, nutrition, sleep, mental wellbeing and access to our community. She is also interested in musculoskeletal medicine and does offer some joint injections. Dr Osborne grew up locally and after spending some time away feels incredibly lucky to have returned to the New Forest. In her spare time, she enjoys most outdoor pursuits and being out in nature especially running, cycling, and trying the benefits of a cold sea swim!

Our Practice Team

Jan Lamont


Practice Management

Further Info

Jan has worked in primary care since 1989 and joined our practice in 2007. As Practice Manager she is responsible for the smooth running of the three sites and heads a comprehensive team of practice nurses, administrators, secretaries and receptionists. The practice team work hard to provide quality services to our patients.  If you have any concerns regarding our service then please refer to our practice manager in the first instance.

Rachel Plumb

Patient Services Manager Wistaria and Milford

Further Info

Rachel Plumb joined the practice as a medical secretary in August 2013, was promoted to Team Leader at Milford Medical Centre in 2016 and further promoted in April 2019 to Practice Team Leader.  From November 2021 Rachel progressed her role to Patient Services Manager & supports the Partners & Practice Manager, assisting with the recruitment, training & smooth running of the administration teams.  She can also deal with your queries, concerns, suggestions, and complaints.

Emma Wandowski

Operations Manager

Further Info

Emma joined the practice August 2022. Originally from an insurance background used her experience & knowledge and moved into the Construction Industry. During the pandemic it resulted in a career change, to dental practice management.

Her role as operation manager is to provide support to the practice team across both sites, along with day-to-day maintenance issues.

Fiona Moore

Finance Officer

Further Info

Fiona recently joined our practice in August 2022.  She has previously worked in the accounts departments for both the charity and legal sectors.  As our finance officer, Fiona is mainly responsible for processing and reconciling income and expenditure and ensuring that the Practice operates in a profitable and cost-effective manner in keeping with the financial aspirations of the Partners.


Sian Davies

Lead Nurse, RGN

Sian qualified from Southampton University in 2007 and initially worked alongside our practice as a district nurse. Sian then joined our team in 2014 as a practice nurse, moving onto Lead Nurse in 2015.  Sian has completed both her history taking and physical examination course and is an independent and supplementary prescriber.  Sian leads the nursing team and is responsible for the smooth running of our nursing team and is also infection control lead and health and safety lead.

Alongside running the nursing team Sian is working as a nurse practitioner. You may see Sian within the surgery for chronic disease reviews, tissue viability or routine immunisations as well as from triage consultations via our Klinik system. Outside of work Sian is kept busy with her 3 young children and enjoys spending precious time with her family.

Receptionists & Call Handlers

Our receptionists & call handlers provide an important link for patients with the practice and are your initial contact point for general enquiries. They can provide basic information on services and results and direct you to the right person depending on your health issue or query.  They also perform other important tasks such as giving details or recent test results and messages from our GPs, issuing repeat prescriptions and dealing with prescription enquiries.

We are often asked why our call handlers and receptionists need to ask what is wrong with you when you wish to make an appointment.

Both call handlers and receptionists have been directed by the GP Partners and management to ask why you need to be seen and based on your responses you will receive the most appropriate medical care, from the most appropriate health professional, at the most appropriate time.

Your information helps clinicians prioritise phone calls, appointments and home visits, and ensures that all patients receive the appropriate level of care.

Call handlers and receptionists, like all staff, are bound by confidentiality rules, and any information given by you is treated strictly confidentially.   If you do not wish to discuss your health needs directly with our staff then you may wish to use the online portal or one of our touch screens in the privacy rooms.

Remember, our staff are not being difficult or intrusivethey are following specific directives set by Wistaria & Milford GPs and Management in order to get you the care you need.


If your doctor is in surgery seeing patients and you have a query, please ask to speak to our secretarial team as they may be able to assist you or will ring you back later with the information you require. As well as dealing with referrals to secondary care they can also help you with general enquiries regarding medical reports, financial claims and will deal with patient requests to review their medical records.

Nursing Team

Our nurses have routine nursing care clinics as well as running specialist clinics in:

  • Diabetes
  • Hypertension
  • Asthma and Chronic Lung Disease (COPD)
  • CHD
  • Child, Teenage and Adult immunisations
  • Flu Prevention

For certain procedures (ECG etc.) you will be asked to read a Patient Information Leaflet, this will be given to you at reception or downloaded from our website.

Medicines Team

So what does your medicine team do?

We deal with all the routine, day to day queries that surround prescribing and medicines.  This may be something as simple as finding an alternative to a medicine that’s out of stock, right the way up to adjusting medication dosages for those with serious liver or kidney disease or investigating complex drug interactions between medications.  We process hospital discharge summaries to ensure medicines lists are updated accurately and promptly following any stays in hospital.  We are also able to help you “sync” medications, giving you less visits to the pharmacy, or organise deliveries of Stoma, Colostomy, Urostomy, Parenteral Nutrition, Lymphoedema Garments, and Compression Hosiery – to name but a few.

We are all from a pharmacy background, and can help you to navigate the healthcare system, so you can get the information or products you require quickly, simply and promptly.

Our Senior Clinical Pharmacist is also a qualified Independent Prescriber, specialising in Minor Illness.  He will respond to requests through our Klinik system, and may ask to see you face to face to discuss your issue, or prescribe something for you remotely. 

We help to care for our most vulnerable patients, sitting on a multidisciplinary team with our local Care Homes, discussing and optimising medications, assisting with monthly ordering, resolving queries and even delivering flu and Covid Vaccinations.

Throughout the year you may be contacted by one of the team to arrange some blood tests, or to ask you for some simple updates to our records for things like height, weight, blood pressure or smoking status.  Remember, these aren’t just a “box ticking” exercise for us, these are essential pieces of information for us to be able to calculate drug dosages and ensure the medicines you use are safe, and working to their best potential.  Please help us by returning this information promptly to us when we ask.  Don’t worry if you don’t have a weighing scales or a BP meter, you can come into our reception and our helpful team will show you our equipment so you can provide the information here.

Some of our team may ask you in for a Structured Medication Review or SMR, this will enable us to make sure all your medications are still current and right up to date.  This may be over the phone, or face to face.  We’ll let you know if or when one of these are due and get in touch with you from here.

If you have any questions or concerns about your medicines, or there’s something that you just can’t seem to get right with your prescriptions, TELL US! 

Drop us a line via our online Klinik system from the website – the chances are if we can’t fix your problem, we’ll know someone that can.

IT Team

Our IT team support the accuracy of patient electronic records and produce reports on clinical data, both for patient care and surgery funding. Together with our Partner IT lead and Practice Manager – the team introduces and supports software tools and methods to improve the efficiency of the surgery and to provide patients with more convenient access to surgery facilities and information. We are very fortunate to have an experienced Patient group member who works closely with the IT team and our Practice Manager to update patients via our website and social media.

Our Attached Team

Clare Richardson

Care Navigator

Further Info

Clare Richardson is our Care Navigator, who some of you may have already met. Clare joined our team in October 2016 and looks after both Wistaria and Milford patients. Her role is to provide a single point of access for patients and/or carer concerns, usually for the elderly and she can help access required services and signpost relevant information.

By assisting you to access health, social and community services your Care Navigator aims to help you maintain your independence and safety at home, avoiding hospital admissions. You can contact Clare directly, so if you have recently been in hospital or have any queries about your ongoing care or how to stay safe and independent at home please contact her via the surgery.