Dr Rebecca Louise Jones MB Bch, DRCOG, DFFP, MRCGP
Full General Partner
Female Doctor. Registered 1996.
Cluster Lead for Upper Valleys Cluster
Having enjoyed living in Newtown, Powys and having completed my primary and secondary education there I welcomed the opportunity to move to Cardiff in 1990 to study medicine. Graduating in 1995 I completed further training in Practice and Medicine at Prince Charles Hospital in Merthyr Tydfil and Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend. Initially I followed a desire to become a medical consultant and worked in the medical department at Princess of Wales Hospital for 2 years. Very soon, however, I realised that General Practice is where my heart lies. Moving a little further down the M4 I joined the GP training scheme in Swansea. In 2001 I gained Membership of Royal College of General Practitioners and joined Dr Khan and partners as a GP in the Dulais Valley. Despite enjoying working in the Dulais Valley I followed my heart and moved to Hampton, Middlesex in 2009. I missed South Wales too much and so returned, with my partner, in 2010 to join the practice in Dulais Valley again.
I am pleased to be part of the team at Dulais Valley Primary Care Centre where I am lead GP for the anticoagulation and diabetic clinic and where I utilise the skills and experience I have gained working in different hospital departments and general practice.
Powys is my home again where I enjoy walking my dogs, knitting and running. I enjoy parkrun and can be seen most weeks either volunteering or running it with my dog.
Dr. Gemma Jones MB Bch, DRCOG, DFSRH
Full General Partner
Female Doctor. Registered 2007.
Originally from Pontneddfechan, I studied Medicine in Cardiff. After graduating in 2006 I moved back to the Neath area, I did my junior doctor training in Morriston, Neath Port Talbot, Prince Charles and the Princess of Wales hospitals.
I joined Dulais Valley Primary care centre in March 2014 after completing my GP training in the Bridgend area. I have always had an interest in General Practice as it’s unique as a medical speciality; we are the last generalists. Women’s health is an area of interest and I fit contraceptive implants and coils.
I am a fluent welsh speaker and am comfortable to consult in welsh.
Outside of work I generally spend most of my time with my two daughters. I enjoy swimming, walking and travelling.
Dr Cathryn Rees MB BCh. Dr Rees graduated from the University of Wales in 2007, and brings a wealth of experience to her role as a GP.