|Dr Sean Culloty (m)|
I am married and have 2 children. We moved here from London when I joined the Spinney in 1998.
I have a wide range of medical interests and enjoy the generalist nature of General practice. I have responsibility for overseeing Diabetes care at the Spinney among other things. I have a small role in local medical politics, being a member of the Cambridgeshire Local Medical Group, something that oversees local GPs and tries to ensure fairness and good quality medical care for everyone. I am also involved in the Cambridgeshire medicine management team, trying to help ensure fair and cost effective prescribing occurs so the most people can get appropriate treatment and precious resources are not wasted.
The Spinney is a very dynamic surgery, packed with talented staff. I enjoy working here - life is never dull and usually very hectic.
My non medical include motorcycles - I was a motorcycle mechanic for a few years (no not part of my GP training!) and I enjoy cycling, wakeboarding, sailing, computers, electronic gadgets and podcasts. I manage to get to the Marriott Gym most days (as it is too late when I finish work to go on a decent bike ride) and am pleased to regularly meet a few of my patients there.
I hope to continue working as a GP until I am 70; something it looks like the Government wants us all to do!