Welcome to Wyndham House Surgery

Wyndham House Surgery is committed to high quality, accessible, community based healthcare.  We are a friendly, healthy, hardworking, innovative team who share core values of empathy, trust and honesty, in a harmonious, supportive environment.

Rated “Outstanding” by the CQC (Dec 2015)


Meet the Team

Here we have details of our Team at the Surgery.  Rest your mouse over each image to find out about them.

  • Dispenser – Carol Fleming

    Carol works closely alongside Claire making sure all medications are dispensed correctly and safely.
  • Alexis Venn

    Lex works as our Administrative Assistant as well as helping in Dispensary and on Reception.
  • Mark Flinton Practice Manager

    Mark began his working life in engineering then, following six years running a small business, entered the public sector. He spent 22 years in the Civil Service, 19 of them as a manager and senior manager.  Mark moved to Devon in 2005 together with his wife and sundry animals. He has a son and daughter, who live locally, and four grandchildren. His main interests are DIY and reading.
  • Judith Beer

    Judith1Judith is part of our Dispensary and Reception team. She lives in Tiverton and has two grown up children.
  • Lisa Ware


    lisa_huxtable_websiteLisa is one of our Practice Nurses. Previously she worked for Tiverton Community Hospital, where she was a staff nurse. Outside of work she likes spending time with her son.

  • Dr Catherine Burkill

    wyndham house pic Catherine qualified from University of Bristol in 2008 and completed her GP training in Plymouth. She always wanted to specialise in General practice and very much enjoys her work. She has an interest in women's health and runs a monthly clinic fitting contraceptive coils and implants. She moved to Exeter in 2014 with her family and currently lives in Heavitree. Outside of work she enjoys sea kayaking and cycling.
  • GP Earnings Report 2017/18

    All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (e.g. average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice. The average pay for GPs working in Wyndham House Surgery in the last financial year was £33,459 before tax and National Insurance. This is for one full time GP, 2 part time GPs, and no locum GPs who worked in the practice for more than six months.
  • Dr Jeff Solman

    Jeff completed his GP training at Wyndham House in 2016 and, after a spell working in other health care settings, decided to rejoin the team here on 1st January 2018
  • Senior Dispenser Claire Venn

    Claire is our Senior Dispenser.  When she is not getting medication into bags for patients she is shooting balls through hoops with her Netball team that are both very competitive and currently very successful.    
  • Hayley Pollard – Administrator

    Hayley joined us in March 2018. She works in 'front of house', recently completed her training to be a dispenser and is now fully qualified. In her spare time she enjoys walking her dog and socialising with friends.
  • Elaine Rolfe – Practice Nurse

    Elaine joined us in early February 2018, having spent many years as a primary care nurse. She is widely experienced in her role and is looking to expand our work in travel medicine.
  • Kirsty Walker – Administrator

    Kirsty is the latest addition to the team at Wyndham House and will be working mainly in the front office on Tuesdays and Wednesdays
  • Dr Ziyad Elgaid – Registrar

      Raised in Glasgow and having graduated from the universities of St Andrews and Manchester in 2016 Dr Elgaid has worked as a junior doctor in London prior to starting GP training in Devon in 2018. He has worked in a variety of specialties including ENT, Opthalmology, Accident and Emergency, Renal Medicine and Vascular Surgery.  Outside of work, his interests lie in rambling across the moors, paddling, gardening and fishing. When he is not doing one of these activities, you can find him at home, cooking up a meal using his catch of the day.    
  • Dr Anthony O’Brien

    Anthony studied at Queens’ College Cambridge before completing his clinical training at the Royal London Hospital. He initially trained in Anaesthetics and Intensive Care Medicine and worked in New Zealand for 18 months in the mid 1990s. After returning to the UK he decided to enter General Practice. He worked in Psychiatry and Paediatrics before completing GP training in Bath in 1999. He has been a Honorary Lecturer at the Peninsula Medical School since 2005.  He has been teaching on the Exeter GP Vocational Training Scheme and training GPs at the surgery since 2009.