Dr Finigan studied medicine at Liverpool Medical School. He also elected to spend part of his studies at the Mayo Clinic in America, which is widely regarded as one of the world’s premier medical practices and is currently ranked as the No.1 hospital for 2014-2015 in the US.
After graduating, Dr Finigan worked in Hospital Medicine at Royal Liverpool University Hospital Trust in Broadgreen Hospital, and established himself in several surgical specialities including general surgery, ENT and emergency medicine.
He also worked as a Principal and Trainer in an established medical practice in Cheshire, where he later became Partner.
Alongside this, he became a founding partner of The Stamford Clinic, a provider of medical resources to the legal sector and insurers in Manchester and Liverpool. He is also a member of The Expert Witness Institute and Fellow of The Royal Society of Medicine.
Now, with more than twenty years experience in minor surgical procedures and therapeutic injections, he is Medical Director at Dr Newmans Clinic.
Dr Michael Broughton MBBS DRCOG MRCGP qualified from Guy’s Hospital and worked for several years in Hospital Medicine and Surgery in the U.K., Canada and New Zealand. He then joined an established General Practice in West Sussex as a partner and later became a Trainer and Appraiser. His major clinical interests include dermatology and minor surgery where he has over 20 years of experience.
Dr Broughton is a Member of the Expert Witness Institute and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine.
Dr K Stainer MBchB DCH DRCOG MCRCGP qualified in Bristol in 1988. He has been a GP partner at the Falloden Way Medical Centre since 1994, where he also performs vasectomies for the Avon Vasectomy service. With a special interest in minor surgery, Dr Stanier has performed the majority of the practice’s skin surgeries over the last twenty years. Since 2007, he has been the GP lead for the GP Care Private Minor Surgery service. Much of his dermatological surgery involves the use of radiofrequency diathermy to cut or remove skin lesions and treat blood vessel under the skin. Familiarity with this type of equipment alongside experience of the aesthetics of dermatological surgery on the face, made the addition of performing the Veinwave procedures a natural step.
As a General Practitioner with a special interest in skin disorders, Dr Stainer is very familiar with the problems associated with disorders such as rosacea, and the effects of sun damage and ageing, which can cause visible thread veins on the face.
Dr Paul Beresford-Jones MB ChB DRCOG graduated from Edinburgh University in 1983. After postgraduate training in the London teaching hospitals, he commenced work as GP Principal in Brighton in 1990. During this period, in addition to working as a private GP in Roedean and Harley Street London, Dr Paul also held several other part-time posts. These included working as a Red Cross Examiner, a private school medical officer, an occupational Health Officer and provider of professional Medico-Legal reports. In his NHS general practice he performed minor surgery as well as assisting several local private surgeons with complex procedures.
In 2003 Dr Paul moved to the Canary Islands and founded the British Medical Clinic in Gran Canaria, providing a broad range of medical services to locals and tourists. He was also a governor of the British School of Gran Canaria.
The Chair of the Medical Board is Dr Harry Brunjes, who meets regularly with Dr Bob Goodall and Dr Peter Finigan.
Between them they have extensive experience of medical private practice and are well versed with clinical governance, peer review and close monitoring of the latest techniques in this field to achieve best practice.
The Medical Board of Dr Newmans Clinic meets regularly to monitor and maintain the highest standards of treatment in this specialised field of vein removal practice.
Dr Harry Brünjes graduated from London University before qualifying in medicine at Guy’s Hospital. This was followed by positions as a hospital doctor, general practitioner, senior partner and police surgeon prior to his own practice in Harley Street.
In 1995 Dr Brünjes started Premier Medical Group (PMG) which was acquired by Capita a decade later. He remains as Chairman of PMG and was also appointed Group Medical Director of Capita. Non-Exec positions include The Good Care Group, Chairman of Newman’s Clinics and Equity Red Star, Lloyd’s Syndicate. In 2010 Dr Brünjes was elected Vice-President of the College of Medicine. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine and currently is Chairman of the English National Opera and The London Coliseum.
Dr Marsh MB ChB MRCGP DRCOG DFFP qualified from Leeds Medical School in 1990. During her training she worked in Mauritius for 3 months. After an extended period of training in hospitals in Leeds, Newcastle and Manchester, she joined an established medical practice in the Northwest.
She has also worked for several years as one of the team doctors for Manchester City Football Club. This work was varied and demanding at times, with transfer medicals required at short notice.
In recent years, she has been an integral player in the amalgamation of four established practices into one large medical practice. As part of this she has extended her involvement in minor surgical procedures, and therapeutic injections which lead her to train with Dr Newmans Clinic.
Dr Anthony Patiniott, MBChB MRCGP DRCOG, graduated in Medicine from Birmingham University in 1995 after completing his elective at The Skin Cancer Foundation in Sydney. He went on to train as a GP, gaining MRCGP with Distinction. Since 1999, he has worked as a Principal at a large northwestern Medical Centre, and has also become a GP Trainer and Appraiser.
Dr Patiniott has performed minor surgery over the last 16 years and felt it an ideal step to join Dr Newmans Clinic so he could develop his interest in thread vein treatments.
Dr Nisha Madan MBCHB DFSRH DRCOG MRCGP qualified from University of Manchester in 1998. During her training she undertook an elective in Toronto, Canada. She has worked in Manchester and Cheshire and has gained many years of experience in minor surgery and therapeutic injections.
Dr Madan is a GP Partner in a well-established practice in Surrey. Her keen interest in minor surgery techniques lead her to be involved in Dr Newmans Clinic. Her other clinical interests are Diabetes Care and Dermatology.
Dr George Taggart MBBS MRCGP has 20 years experience in General Practice and continues to work full time in a well-established NHS practice in East Sussex. Prior to graduating at St Thomas’s Hospital Medical School in 1991, he spent his elective at The Sydney Melanoma Unit in Australia where he gained invaluable experience in the diagnosis and treatment of skin cancers.
Following graduation, he worked at St Thomas’s Hospital, Chertsey and Canterbury Hospitals and then spent a further year working in Australia. He returned to general practice in London for a further two years, the second of which was in private practice. During his training he developed extended experience in ENT surgery, sports medicine and paediatrics. A GP trainer, he is also particularly experienced in minor surgery, joint injections and ENT micro-suction – all excellent skills to effectively compliment his work at Dr Newmans Clinic.
An Aeromedical examiner accredited by The Civil Aviation Authority, Dr Taggart is also a lifeboat medical adviser for the RNLI.