Meet the Team

GP Partners

Dr Kathryn Bannell
(GMC No 4021542)
BM (1993 Southampton), MRCP, MRCPH, DCH, FRCGP

Kathryn qualified at Southampton in 1993 and worked extensively in paediatrics before deciding to join the local VTS scheme in order to become a GP. She finished her training in March 2005, having achieved a distinction in her RCGP exam, and is a full time partner. Having qualified as a trainer Kathryn supports the GP Registrars and F2 doctors that we have working with us at the surgery on a regular basis. Kathryn is an examiner for the RCGP for the post-graduate exam in general practice and has an interest in assessment and standards of GP training. She is also the Clinical chair of the GP federation – Southern Hampshire Primary Care Alliance and is involved in transformation of services across the Portsmouth and South East Hampshire area. She has three children and runs when she has the time! She is also the Clinical chair of the GP federation – Southern Hampshire Primary Care Alliance and is involved in transformation of services across the Portsmouth and South East Hampshire area. Dr Bannell is also the Associate Medical Director of QAH in primary care. Her commitment to the practice remains unchanged.

Dr Adele Bevan
(GMC No. 7083915) BSc, MBBS, MRCGP

Adele joined The Grange in 2021 as a Partner. She did a Biomedical Science degree at King’s college London specialising in Anatomy and then graduated as a doctor from St George’s Medical School in 2010. She qualified as a GP from the Frimley VTS in 2015 and worked as a salaried GP at her training Practice in Farnham. She enjoys teaching and has recently been approved as an FY2 supervisor. She plans to continue with her joy of teaching and aims to be a GP trainer. Adele is interested in the environment and backs the NHS’s commitment to be become ‘carbon net zero’ by 2040. She lives locally with her husband, 2 young children and their dog. She loves to keep active through yoga and chasing after her kids at the park.

Dr Virginia Venning

Dr Venning works part time. After spending three years working in hospitals she qualified as a GP more years ago than she cares to remember. Initially working in London, in deprived and diverse areas such as the East End, she spent a year in Mongolia and then several years in Hong Kong. Returning to England, she has been based in Hampshire for more than a decade. Her areas of clinical interest are women’s health and mental health. She has a young family and enjoys getting into the countryside whenever possible with them (and sometimes without).


Dr Cilla Rosen
Salaried GP
(GMC No 3543580)
BM (1991 Southampton) MRCGP

Dr Rosen qualified from Southampton medical school in 1991 and gained experience as a junior doctor in general medicine, surgery, A and E, obstetrics and gynaecology, ENT, paediatrics and ophthalmology. I then joined the GP training scheme in Portsmouth, passing the MRCGP in 1996 and subsequently working in general practice in Portsmouth. I spent nearly 10 years in Los Angeles where I spent most of my time caring for my young children interspersed with some medical volunteer work in Mexico which involved flying in small planes and landing on dirt air strips! I subsequently returned to general practice in the UK, sitting more exams before completing a supervised and assessed placement here at The Grange. I have since been employed here as a salaried GP and I am very much enjoying working with the excellent team of doctors, nurses, admin and reception staff.

Dr Katie Johnson
GP Retainer
(GMC No. 7148723) MRCGP

Dr Johnson graduated from Southampton Medical School in 2011. I then went on to complete my junior doctor training at North Hampshire Hospital completing rotations in Surgery, Orthopaedics, General Medicine, Paediatrics, Psychiatry, A&E and General Practice. I enjoy the diversity of General Practice and the continuity of care it offers and joined the Southampton GP training programme in 2013, finishing in 2016. I began working as a locum for the Grange in November 2017 and became a salaried GP in September 2018. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family and exploring the local countryside.

Dr Paul Cooper
GP Retainer
(GMC No. 7665760) BMBS (Southampton) BSc. (Hons)

Paul qualified from Southampton in 2019, having worked in Community Pharmacy and education before and during his studies. During training, he has worked in emergency surgery, ear nose and throat and has looked after inpatients during the COVID pandemic, before starting the local VTS scheme to train as a GP. Since then, Paul has worked in community mental health and in palliative care and currently shares his time between The Grange and the Acute Medical Unit at Portsmouth. He also continues to work closely with Southampton University to help their admissions team. Paul continues to work with school and college students in his role as tutor, and in his free time, he enjoys the odd city break, relaxing with his cats and the occasional bit of DIY!

Practice Management

Julieanne Page
Practice Manager

Julieanne joined the surgery in March 2019 as the deputy practice manager and became practice manager in August 2019. She has an extensive hospital background with many years management experience where she developed skills in operational management, business development and has previously acted as the CQC Registered Manager. She is well organised and does have an interesting record of achievements working within NHS and private secondary healthcare settings. Julieanne has made many changes to the surgery and keen to continue, with the continued support of her team, many more.

Traci Buxton
Deputy Practice Manager

Traci joined the surgery in 2013 as a Receptionist. Her background included administration and supervisory roles at IBM for over 20 years. Soon after starting, Traci was promoted to Reception Manager. Five years later she became Administration Manager and is now in her current role as Deputy Practice Manager working closely with and supporting the Practice Manager Julieanne. Traci has an enthusiastic work ethic and is constantly striving to deliver excellent customer service to all patients.

Paula Clark
Reception Manager

Paula joined the surgery in January 2018 as a part time prescription clerk. She also took on a reception role in September 2018 and in August 2019 was promoted to Reception Manager. Paula’s background includes working for De Beers as a rough diamond sorter and travelled to Antwerp, Russia, Siberia and Africa where she lived for nearly 5 years. Paula thoroughly enjoys her roles in the surgery and her dedicated team strive to help and support the patients and doctors in a very busy environment.

Nursing Team

Our nurses look after most of the chronic disease management in the practice, carry out smears, give travel and lifestyle advice, administer dressings and deal with minor illness. Julie joined us with an extensive background in hospital nursing specialising in surgical care. The team is supplemented by our Healthcare Assistants.

Sister Beth
Practice Nurse

Sister Lucy
Practice Nurse

Sister Lisa
Practice Nurse

Healthcare Assistant

Non-urgent advice: Attached Staff

We work closely with our District Nurses, Health Visitors and Midwives. They are all based at Petersfield Hospital but come into the practice regularly and are also invited to our clinical team meetings.