Dr Rob Matthews (m)
MBBS MRCGP DDr R MatthewsRCOG DGM FPA Cert BSc (qualified London 1985)

Dr Matthews is the senior partner.  He grew up in South Wales and trained at St Mary's Hospital, London. He trained as a GP in Trowbridge and has worked at Spa Medical Centre since 1991. Dr Matthews is a GP Partner, the Lead GP in delivering an excellent Vasectomy service. He is also involved in practice Based Commissioning. Dr Matthews specialist areas include joint injections, hypertension and orthopaedics.

Married with 2 children, he enjoys sailing, skiing and mountain biking. 

Works all day, Wednesday and Thursday and  Fridays.


Dr Claire Rigby (f)
Dr C RigbyMBBS DRCOG DFFP (qualified London 1991)

Dr Rigby grew up in Wiltshire then moved to London to train at St Bartholomew's Medical college. She joined Spa Medical Centre in 2004 and is a GP Partner and Surgical GP, providing Carpal Tunnel operations at the surgery, as well as routine and acute same day appointments. Dr Rigby has a specialist interest in womens health, family planning and weight management.

She is married with 2 children and enjoys running a small holding and keeping fit.

Works all day Tuesday and Wednesday and  alternative Mondays.


Dr David Thomas (m)
Dr D ThomasMBBS DRCOG MRCGP (qualified London 1990)

Dr Thomas has worked at Spa Medical Centre since 1997 and is a GP Partner, responsible for the provision of general medical services, practice finance and patient complaints.

He is married with 3 children, enjoys music, particularly playing the organ and gardening. He was expelled from Wales as it's worst ever rugby player.

Works Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and alternate Fridays.




Dr Fiona Armstrong (f)
Dr F ArmstrongMBChB, MRCGP (qualified Bristol 1997)

Dr Armstrong was born in Zimbabwe, but spent most of her childhood in Leicestershire. She joined Spa Medical Centre in September 2006 and is a GP Partner and Surgical GP, providing Minor Skin Cancer services alongside routine and acute same day appointments.

Dr Armstrong enjoys running, sailing, gardening and spending time with her family.

Works all day Monday and Tuesdays and Wednesday. 


Dr Adrian Curtis (m)
Dr A CurtisBSc MBBS MCEM MRCGP PGCME (qualified London 2002)

Dr Curtis joined Spa Medical Centre in 2008 as a locum GP before becoming a permanent member of the team. He became a GP Partner in April 2013 and is responsible for the delivery of core general medical services. He has a keen interest in emergency medicine and is a GP Educator, working for the Severn Deanery. Dr Curtis is the Clinical Educational lead for the practice. He enjoys cycling, running, sailing and surfing.

Works all day Monday and Tuesday and Thursday morning.


Dr Roland Teare (m)
Dr R TeareMBBS BSc MRCS (Eng) MSc SEM (qualified London 2005) MRCGP

Dr Teare initially trained in surgery in London, Reading and Exeter becoming a member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England before coming to Wiltshire to train as a GP. As well as enjoying all of General Practice he performs minor skin surgery at Spa and also has a masters degree in Sports and Exercise Medicine and was the club doctor for Swindon Town Football Club until 2018. He now works in the Sports Injuries clinic at the RUH and with Bath Rugby, as well as teaching at the University of Bath. He is married with three young daughters and when they give permission he competes locally in road running and less successfully on the golf course.

Works all day Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays and Friday mornings.


Dr Amy Gately (f)

Amy Gately


Dr Gately grew up in the Wirral, attending university in Liverpool. Further  core medical training was then undertaken in London. She then went on to spend a number of years as a haematology registrar in Bristol before becoming a GP. She became a Partner on the 1st of April 2021 

Dr Gately is married with a dalmatian and enjoys time outside work by running and cycling.

She works Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.


Dr Elizabeth Williamson (f)

Dr Elizabeth Williamson

MBChB MRCGP (Qualified Leeds 1998)

After qualifying, Dr Williamson worked in hospital roles in Yorkshire before moving to Buckinghamshire where she completed her GP training. Dr Williamson worked at Spa Medical Centre as a locum before joining the team permanently as an Associate GP in 2012. As well as working at Spa, she also works at Warminster Community Hospital and for the local Out of Hours provider.

Dr Williamson is married with 2 children and has a keen interest in boats and canals. They also keep chickens and pigs and enjoy growing their own food. Dr Williamson is a recent convert to running and finds it a great stress reliever, along with her other hobbies of morris dancing and knitting.

Works all day  Friday, with a shorter day on a Thursday.


Dr Jenny Millard (f)

Dr Jenny Millard


Dr Millard  joined the Spa Team on 6th February 2019.  Dr Millard initially trained at Bristol Medical School. As well as her interest in General Practice, she has an interest in teaching undergraduates. She has recently returned from working in Australia

Dr Millard likes netball and running.

Works  alternate  Tuesdays and Wednesday and all day Thursday and Fridays.



We are proud that Spa Medical Centre is an approved training practice for Registrars moving towards qualification as General Practitioners.

Dr Adrian Curtis is a GP Trainer and GP Training Programme Director, working for the Regional Deanery and he mentors our Registrars whilst they are here at the practice.

Registrars are qualified doctors who wish to specialise in General practice. They generally spend a year with us at the surgery, holding their own clinics, under the guidance of Dr Curtis.

Our Locum doctors

As a practice, we try to use locum doctors only where absolutely necessary – for instance to allow our GP’s to be involved with major development work outside of the practice for the wider community. We also try to use the same locums wherever possible to assist with continuity of care. They are a much needed and welcome part of our team.


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