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06 August 2010 at 15:30

Twenty-five new junior doctors started their National Health Service careers at Southport and Ormskirk hospitals this week.

The 17 women and eight men will spend two years with the Trust before beginning to specialise in their chosen areas of medicine.

Among the new starters are a number who were brought up in Merseyside and West Lancashire.

They include Shehanie Wevita, 23, of Aughton, near Ormskirk, who attended St Bede’s High School, Ormskirk; Katie Dutton, 24, of Churchtown, Southport, a former pupil of the town’s Greenbank High School; Venkatesh Subramanian, 23, of Southport, who attended Merchant Taylors’ School, Crosby; Annie Moorcroft, 23, of Northwood, Kirkby, who was a pupil at the town’s former Ruffwood Comprehensive School; and Philip Asquith, 23, Orrell Park, north Liverpool, who attended Maricourt High School, Maghull.

They are graduates of the University of Liverpool with the exception of Venkatesh who graduated from the University of Nottingham. Katie and Philip also worked at the Trust as fourth year students as part of their medical training.

Issued by Tony Ellis, marketing and communications manager
Southport and Ormskirk Hospital NHS Trust

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