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Your WARD Team

Layth Tameem

Layth is an ST6 Anaesthetic Registrar. He is the Director of WARD, and enjoys cycling, time with family and cafes.

Rebekah Anstey

Rebekah is an ST5 Respiratory Registrar

Mel Cockroft

Mel is Currently an Anaesthetic/ICU Reg in Bath, and here til November.  She firmly believes that chatting to each other makes us better and happier, but that at work on Sunday's, brownies are also needed!

Laura Kettley

Laura is an Anaesthetic Registrar, new puppy owner, crazy cat lady and wannabe surf chick, with a love all things food and drink related. She will be working in Bath from August and islooking forward to helping you all settle in.

Francesca Millinchamp

Francesca is an Anaesthetics registrar and Health Education England Faculty Support Fellow, who started out life as a F1 & F2 in Bath. Usually can be found near the coffee machine and/or biscuit tin

Stephanie Jordan

Stephanie is a ST5 Geris Registrar returning to the RUH. She has two house bunnies and in her spare time is most likely to be found galloping across the Welsh mountains.

Lotte Kallaway

Lotte is an ST8 Breast/General surgery trainee. She has learned about the importance of wellbeing and mentorship through experience. Out of work she is a mother of 4 girls and lover of green spaces.

Ben Mulhearn

Rheumatology, General and Internal Medicine trainee. Out of work, I enjoy eating, drinking, going on as many holidays as possible, doing gigs and music festivals

Laura Kettley

Laura is an anaesthetics registrar, new puppy owner, crazy cat lady and wannabe surf chick, with a love all things food and drink related. She will be working in Bath from August and looking forward to helping you all settle in both at work and in this glorious part of the south west we call home. 

Catherine MacIver

Catherine is a GP Trainee, having previously been a Clinical Teaching Fellow at the RUH

Alice James

Alice is a GP trainee in Bath. She became interested in wellbeing after working as a Junior Dr Wellbeing Fellow and Freedom To Speak Up Guardian within North Bristol Trust in 2019. Away from work Alice enjoys road cycling, running and long walks on Dartmoor... preferably with a cream tea at the end.

Helen Cotton

Helen is a paediatric trainee, having returned to Bath where she started as a F1. When not working/playing with the children, she loves the English countryside and a weekend ramble, where she can admire other people's dogs.

Sarah Cowey

Sarah is an ST7 in O&G and has been LTFT training for several years. She is moving to the RUH Ward Team having been instrumental in starting the Swindon Team and running the UHB team.

Miranda Cole

Miranda is a GP trainee Registrar at RUH Bath. She finds the “Civility Saves Lives”, and “Hello My Name is” campaigns some of the most relevant messages that we hear as juniors, and is passionate about communication and support where it’s needed​

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Next Workshop

Due to COVID19, teaching is being organised and delivered a little differently!

Please contact the PGME team or WARD team directly to find out more. Thank you 


Support Available


The Post Graduate Medical Centre has a wealth of resoures and knowledge to help you resolve most issues you're facing.

Start with Kelly Tilson - PGMC Manager

Phone: 01225 824891

Occy Health

This department can help with physical and mental health matters affecting your work.

Phone: 01225 824064

F1 Pastoral Support Tutor

Vidan Massani is Pastoral Support Tutor for F1s, and a Consultant Respiratory Physician.

You can contact Vidan via the PGME or on

Sally Webber

Sally is Bath's lead for coaching and mentoring for doctors and WARD advisor.

Freedom to Speak Up Guardian

Empower and encourage staff to speak up safely, ensuring they understand how they can raise concerns

Phone: 01225 821678 (Trust)

01225 824766 (Medicine)

01225 825035 (Surgery)

Email: (Trust) (Med) (Surg)


Sara Evans is the F1 Foundation Programme Director and Consultant Geriatrician.


Sara cares deeply about the wellbeing of F1s and can be contacted via the PGME or on


The Chaplaincy Team provides spiritual and religious care to patients, staff and families. They respect and support people of all faiths or none, respecting their uniqueness, integrity and confidentiality 

Phone: 01225 824039


Trust Physiotherapy

Supporting RUH staff with musculoskeletal conditions that affect their work. We also offer a service providing information, support and treatment for members of staff who are pregnant

Phone: 01225 824293



James Choulerton is the F2 Foundation Programme Director, and Consultant Stroke Physician 


James is passionate about the training of foundation doctors, and can be contacted via the PGME or on

Oasis Health Club

Onsite gym and health club

Phone: 01225 824561



Employee Assistance Programme

Free and confidential support service for RUH staff and their immediate family members

Phone: 01225 825960


01225 824484



The Associate Director of Medical Education (Support) is Kate Peacock, Consultant Geriatrician.

If you feel you need to speak to someone other than your FPD about any issue, you can contact Kate via the PGME or on

RUH Choir

It's a great way to meet some new people and a great stress-buster in the middle of a busy working day!

Phone: 01225 821281


Contact the RUH WARD Team

Email or use the form below

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