Dr Bakker qualified as a doctor in The Netherlands and did her GP training in the Cambridge and Huntingdon area. She has been a partner at Bridge Street Medical Centre since 2000. Dr Bakker has a special interest in minor surgery, research and teaching.
Dr Devine studied medicine at Cambridge University and Addenbrooke's Hospital. After GP training in Bury St Edmunds, she was a partner on the south coast for several years before joining Bridge Street Medical Centre as a partner in 2003. Dr Devine is interested in all aspects of general practice. Membership: Cambridge University Student Health and Wellbeing Committee Cambridge University Counselling Service Executive Committee
Dr O'Sullivan joined Bridge Street Medical Centre as a partner in May 2008. She studied medicine at the University of Southampton and worked in Hampshire, London and Essex before completing her GP training in Cambridge in 2006. She has worked as a GP in both city and rural practices. Dr O'Sullivan has a special interest in women's health and fits IUDs/IUS contraceptive devices ('coils') and contraceptive implants. For a limited time Dr O'Sullivan's Friday surgeries will be covered by Dr Jo Rayment. Dr O'Sullivan will continue to work her Monday and Wednesday surgeries.
Dr Taylor undertook his GP training as a Medical Officer in the Royal Army Medical Corps. Having served for 16 years, he joined Bridge Street Medical Centre in April 2011. He has a particular interest in occupational and sports medicine as well as travel health. He sits on the CAMHEALTH local commissioning group membership board on behalf of the practice.
Dr Gundkalli qualified from the University of Cambridge. She trained in Anaesthesia gaining her FRCA before changing to General Practice. She is a GP Appraiser and has worked as a GP for over 10 years in London before joining Bridge Street Medical Centre as a partner in September 2015.
Dr Shrimpton qualified as a doctor from King's College, London and did her GP training in London and Hertfordshire. She worked as a GP in London before moving to Cambridge in 2002, where she continued working in local practices until joining Bridge Street Medical Centre in September 2014 as a salaried GP. She is interested in all aspects of general practice.
Dr Masson is a GP registrar (Junior doctor training to become a GP) who joined Bridge Street Medical Centre in February 2017. She graduated from St Barts and the London School of Medicine in 2013 and completed her foundation training in Cambridgeshire before joining the GP training scheme in 2015. She has an interest in women's health and is training to fit contraceptive coils and implants. In addition to her clinical work, Dr Masson is completing an Academic Clinical Fellowship in Primary Care Research at the University of Cambridge.
Dr Htoo is a GP registrar who is attached to the practice until February 2018. His medical training was completed in Myanmar, before coming to the UK to do his junior doctor attachments. He has worked in London and Bristol before arriving in Cambridge.
Mr Davies is the Practice Manager, having moved from Oasis Dental in September 2015.
Lucy is a very experienced practice nurse who started at Bridge Street in August 2016, moving from a large GP practice in Ely. Lucy will be involved in all aspects of practice nursing but has a particular interest in the management of diabetes.
Health Care Assistant
We are very fortunate to be supported by an excellent team of receptionists. Geraldine, Anita, Melanie, Zahra, Suzanne, Lexi and Szabolcs share the responsibility of welcoming you at the front desk with working tirelessly upstairs to process your paperwork, referrals, prescriptions and other work generated by the clinical staff!