Doctors

  • Dr Neil Bryson – Male, MA, BM, BCh, DRCOG, MRCGP (Oxford 1983)
    Neil joined the partnership in 1990. He enjoys being a “generalist”, but has a particular interest in diabetes care, asthma & COPD and men’s health (urology). Outside of work, he is a keen cyclist with Bicester Millennium Cycle Club and has taken part in several long distance jaunts on two wheels over the years. He works four days a week and his day off is Thursday.
  • Dr Julie Tranter – Female, MA, BM, BCh, DRCOG, MRCGP (Oxford 1985)
    Julie has been working at Islip since 1990. She enjoys all areas of general practice, but has particular expertise in skin problems. She is also able to fit coils and offer a full range of advice in women’s health. She is the doctor responsible for training junior doctors within the practice. When not working, she enjoys musical theatre, sometimes on stage, but more recently as a musical director both with Oxford Operatic Society and the Musical Youth Company of Oxford, a teenage musical theatre group. She works four days a week and her day off is Wednesday.
  • Dr Lisa Ibbs – Female, MBChB, MRCP, MRCGP (Bristol 1990)
    Lisa started at the practice in 1998. She covers all aspects of General Practice with expertise in coil fitting and shoulder joint injections. As of April 2012, she has been the patient reference group lead. Prior to General Practice she trained in hospital general medicine. Lisa works half time.
  • Dr Matthews Elsdon – Male, BSc (Hons), MBChB, MRCGP (Sheffield 2000)
    Matthew enjoys all areas of General Practice though has a particular interest in Old Age Psychiatry. Outside work he is a keen photographer. Having trained in the practice and been a salaried GP, he became a partner in 2016 and works 3/4 time.
  • Dr Victoria Jepson – Female, MBCHb (Hons), MRCGP (Liverpool 2008)
    Victoria joined the practice as a salaried GP in April 2016 having trained at Islip as a GP registrar in 2013-2015. She covers all areas of general practice but has a particular interest in elderly medicine and skin problems. Her spare time is spent with her young son and daughter.
    She works in the practice on a Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.
  • Dr Michelle Fletcher – Female, MBBS (London 2006), MRCGP (Oxford 2011)
    Michelle works part-time at the practice and spends the rest of the week working in Katharine House Hospice near Banbury. She enjoys the variety of general practice but describes her particular areas of interest as palliative care, ENT and Child Health. Outside work she enjoys going to the theatre, travelling and photography. She works at Islip on alternate Monday and Tuesday afternoons and every Wednesday morning.