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Dr Duncan Williams (MB Bch, FRCGP, DRCOG)

DWPractice Partner

Duncan is 57 year old son of Emyr and Pam, he has 1 older sister and 2 brothers, he is happily married with children and increasing numbers of grandchildren, he thinks he helps his wife look after their 5 dogs 3 cats and a rabbit. When he is not mentoring colleagues and students or helping people understand their health problems and concerns in his work, he may be found inspecting his bees, turning wood or playing chess, if he cannot be found he is probably riding a motorbike safely around the fabulous roads of West and Mid Wales. Duncan is an enthusiast for lifelong learning, population health and person centred healthcare. He is a founding partner of the Amman Tawe Partnership and proud to serve the population of our practice where he has worked now for nearly 30 years.

Dr Rhian Hopkins (MB Bch, MRCGP, Dip Occ Med, DRCOG, DFFP)

RHI am proud to say that I am originally from Garnant. I studied at University College of Wales in Cardiff and then progressed onto the Swansea Bay GP Training
Scheme. I completed my membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners with distinction and also have a Diploma in Occupational Medicine, a Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Family Planning. 

I am a fluent Welsh speaker and a keen equestrian and enjoy all country pursuits.

Dr Will Pinnock (MB Bch MRCGP DRCOG)

Will PinnockI qualified as a doctor in 2000 in Bristol, and moved to Swansea to complete my junior doctor training in 2002, working in Singleton, Morriston, Neath-Port Talbot and Cefn Coed hospitals. I qualified as a GP in 2005, and have worked in various GP practices in the area subsequently. I have post-graduate qualifications in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and am a member of the Royal College of GP’s. I have previous additional experience in dermatology, haematology, cardiology, psychiatry, casualty, rheumatology and stroke medicine.

I’m a keen musician, singing and playing guitar, mandolin, piano, fiddle, harmonica and ukulele. I am master of ceremonies at the Ukulele Festival of Wales, and have played at various bluegrass festivals around the country, as well as helping organise Gower Bluegrass Festival.

I follow rugby, build and tinker with computers, and enjoy surfing from time to time.

Dr Ariane Oppel

(MB Bch, DFFP, Dip PG Dermatology) Ariane

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