Dr Jacquie Williams – (nee Kenzie) Female
I qualified from Birmingham Medical School in 1989. My GP training was split between Dumfries and Harrogate and I spent 18 months working in Amazonas, Brazil. David my husband, is a GP in Shipston and we have 3 children that are late teens/early twenties. Our dog has just retired, after having 5 litters of pups for the guide dogs. We enjoy village life, walking, cycling, tennis and reading.
Occasionally I escape to help as the doctor on charity tracks with Discover Adventure, which has taken me to amazing places and met some inspiring people. As a Christian I would take it as a privilege to chat and/or pray with anyone wanting to explore about how faith can enrich our wholeness and well-being.
Dr Rebecca Zamir – (nee Taylor) Female
Originally from Staffordshire, I trained at Nottingham University and qualified in 1993. After house jobs in Banbury and Stoke Mandeville, I completed the GP training scheme at Northwick Park Hospital in North West London and became a partner in a large inner city practice nearby. I moved to this area just after my second child was born in 2005 and joined Campden surgery as a partner in 2008. I live with my husband and two children in Kingham. I try and get to the gym when I can and enjoy gardening, walking and cycling.
Dr Matthew Degnan