Dr Andrew Wass
CQC Registered Manager, B.Med.Sci., M.B., B.S, D.R.C.O.G., M.R.C.G.P., D.Pall.Med., P.G.C.M.E.
After qualifying from Nottingham University in 1991 and completing my ‘house jobs’ I joined the VTS in Stockport and qualified as a GP in 1994. I have worked continually ever since as a GP, initially as a locum but for the last 17 years as a full time principal. My areas of special interest include minor surgery, palliative care, I.T. and medicines management. My ethos has been to offer a friendly, accessible service and in simple terms provide a level of care that I would like if I was a patient at the practice. I thrive on reflection and enjoy looking at ways ‘to work smarter not harder’;. I think it is vital to develop a strong, respectful relationship with the patients I care for. I live with my partner in Ketton and really enjoy living in England’s smallest county. I am fortunate in enjoying a happy work life balance that includes
Sailing: Dinghy and Yachts, hold RYA Yachtmaster.
Cycling: one of the many middle aged men in lycra.
Music: wide interest; blues, jazz, classical and play the guitar to a very amateur level.
Dogs: I am a proud owner of a wire hired Dachshund called Oscar
Cooking: self-declared ‘foodie’;, enjoying consuming and producing a variety of different food and drinks