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> Dr J Miles
> Dr A Fox
> Dr N Di Biasio
> Dr J Crouch
> Dr S Burns
> Dr R Pereira Xavier
> Dr Ginika Lazz-Onyenobi
> Dr J Lau
> Medical students

We have a dedicated team of doctors here at Wye Surgery:

Dr Miles 

Dr Jolyon Miles
Senior Partner

Special interest in
gastroenterology, digestion and
minor surgery.

Born into a medical family and educated in Canterbury Jolyon trained at the Royal London Hospital. After qualification in 1983 he spent 4 years specialising in Hospital Medicine before moving into General Practice.

For 20 years he continued his specialist medical interests by working as an Endoscopist in the local gastroenterology department.

His other specialist interests are: Medical education, minor surgery including vasectomy and musculoskeletal medicine (to complement his interest in sport).


Dr Fox Dr. Allan Fox

Special interests in cardiology, minor surgery and GP education.

Allan Fox graduated in Microbiology in 1980 before going onto research in the same field.  He went on to train in medicine at St. Thomas’ Hospital; he qualified in 1989 and obtained a fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians in 2005.

He is very closely involved in training doctors for the Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners examination and medical students.

He also has a special interest in cardiology and minor surgery.


Dr Di Biasio 

Dr. Nick
Di Biasio
BA Hons, MBChB

Special interest in occupational medicine

Before qualifying as a doctor from Manchester University in 1992, Nick gained a degree from University College, London, in French and Italian literature and language. He then worked in the film industry where he used his communications flair to produce commercials, videos and films.

Nick did his GP training in Ashford, working for two years in various departments of the William Harvey Hospital followed by a year as a GP Registrar.

After completing his training, he worked as a GP locum in East Kent for a further two years, gaining wide experience in different types of General Practice.   

One of his specialist interests is occupational medicine and Nick works closely with local businesses providing occupational health services.


Dr Crouch  

Dr Jessie


Special interests include geriatric medicine, contraceptive services and gynaecology.

Dr Crouch grew up locally. She qualified from Guy's and St Thomas' Medical School in 2001. Her early career was spent in general hospital medicine in Kent and London. She undertook her GP training locally and first worked at the surgery in 2008. Dr. Crouch has also been the Ashford Clinical Commissioning Group Clinical lead for Child Health, Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services and Maternity Services.


Dr Burns  

Dr Sinead



Dr Burns trained at Guys and St Thomas in London. Qualified in 1998 then worked in hospital medicine for the next 10 years before training as a GP. Interested in all areas of general practice particularly diabetes and women's health.


Dr Xavier  

Dr Raquel
Pereira Xavier



Having completed her medical training at Kings College, London, Dr Pereira Xavier trained in the South East Area for the next 2 years before moving to Kent for her speciality training in East Kent.


Dr Lazz Onyenobi  

Dr Ginika


Special interest in Musculoskeletal medicine

After qualifying from the University of Birmingham Medical School in 2008, Dr Lazz-Onyenobi worked in medical and surgical specialities in Manchester. Following her father's footsteps, she began training as a Trauma and Orthopaedic surgeon before completing her General Practice training in East Kent.


Dr Lau  

Dr J Lau
Qualifications: MBChB, MRCGP, MMedSci, DRCOG

Special interest in Women’s health, Child health, Dermatology

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Trainee GPs/Medical

Dr Fox and Dr Miles are involved in training the next generation of General Practitioners and hospital doctors. The wonderful facilities and range of medical services on offer at Wye Surgery, make it the ideal place to learn.


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