Jenny Van Maurik
Qualified from Manchester in 2006, before moving to Cambridge to complete GP training. Has been at Granta Medical Practices since 2011, enjoying all aspects of General Practice, with a special interest in medical education for students and trainees.
Qualified in Scotland as a doctor in 2000. In 2007 came to Granta Medical Practices as a GP registrar.
Qualified from Southampton in 1997 and completed vocational GP training in Chichester, West Sussex with a focus on family planning and gynaecology. Then joined a training surgery in 2002 and independently practiced there for 8 years. Having moved with family 2010 joined Sawston to continue practice in the local community.
Enjoys all General Practice but, in particular, has an interest in Ear, Nose and Throat medicine and works closely with the ENT department at Addenbrooke's Hospital.
Having qualified from the Royal Free and University College Hospital in London in 2005, I originally trained as an ENT surgeon and moved to Cambridge in 2007.
I decided to retrain as a GP in 2013, and have been a GP registrar at Linton Health Centre for almost a year. I have been lucky enough to be offered permanent employment with Granta Medical Practices, and will be based both at Sawston and Linton.
I enjoy all aspects of general practice, but have a specialist interest in ENT and am part of our local community ENT team.
Qualified in 2011 from Nottingham University. Did GP training at Granta and became an Associate GP in the summer of 2017.
Grew up in Cambridge and qualified as a doctor from Imperial College London in 2001. Having done a variety of medical jobs around South England and a 3 month stint working in New Zealand, then qualified as a GP in 2008. At the end of 2009 moved back to the Cambridge area and joined Barley Practice as a part-time salaried doctor. When not working has a young family that takes up most of her time but not to be outdone by some of her colleagues has also recently joined a choir.
Is a part-time GP, working 3 sessions per week. After completing a psychology degree at the University of Newcastle, then went on to study medicine at Guy's, King's and St Thomas' School of Medicine, London and graduated in 2007. After working in Yorkshire as a junior doctor, moved to Cambridge to do GP training and qualified as a GP in early 2015.
Enjoys being a GP and outside of work is a keen runner, having completed various races included the London Marathon. Recently combined passion for sport and medicine by completing a Diploma in Sports and Exercise Medicine with the University of South Wales.
Took a scenic route into medicine with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Sheffield in 2003, followed by 5 years in finance, before completing undergraduate medical training at King's College London in 2012. Moved to Oxford for foundation training and then undertook GP training in Cambridge. Having worked as a GP registrar on both Linton and Sawston sites, qualified as a GP and took up a salaried post with Granta in 2017. Away from work, is kept more than busy by two young children!