Dr Crispin Fisher
Primary qualifications: BA (Cantab), MBBS (London), DRCOG, MRCP, FRCGP
Crispin Fisher trained at Cambridge University & St Thomas' Hospital, London. After hospital posts in London, Hereford & Middlesbrough he completed his GP training locally. He worked for two years as a GP in the Falkland Islands, before starting here at The Marches Surgery in 1998. He has a special interest in drug dependency problems, and enjoys the privilege of working as a generalist, supporting and getting to know patients over many years.
Crispin was involved in commissioning of local NHS services when he served with the CCG as a Board Member and Primary Care Lead for two years. He has been actively involved in the merger of the two Leominster surgeries to create Ryeland Surgery, and continues to work to achieve a new Primary Care Centre for Leominster.
Outside work, his family (now including grand-children), music (particularly singing in a local church choir) and the occasional run help keep him going.