University of Northampton Doctors
Dr Darin SeigerMBChB DFFP DRCOG MRCGP
Dr Darin Seiger was born in Hawaii but grew up in Oxford from the age of 10. In 1991 Darin started his GP training at Northampton General Hospital and after working in Australia was excited and proud to start working as a “Moulton GP” as a Partner at the practice in 1997. He has particular interests in diabetes, musculoskeletal medicine and mental health. He fits and removes the contraceptive implant. Darin now works part-time at Moulton Surgery spending the rest of his week as the GP Chair of NHS Nene Clinical Commissioning Group where he works with other clinicians from across the county to ensure delivery of the best possible healthcare for all Northamptonshire patients. When not at work he enjoys staying fit and looking after his young family.
Dr Tania VaskovicLRCS LRCP LRCPS DRCOG
Dr Tania Vaskovic undertook her medical training in Bosnia and the United Kingdom. She joined Moulton Surgery as a Partner in 2003, shortly after completing her GP training in Northamptonshire. Tania has special interests in osteoporosis, child and women’s health, including family planning and the menopause. She fits contraceptive implants, the contraceptive coil and Mirena system. Tania lives in Northampton. She enjoys reading and countryside walks with her family.
Dr Varadarajan “Srini” SrinivasanMBBS DFFP DPD MRCGP
Dr Srini undertook his medical training in India and completed his GP training in Wales. He worked in different parts of the country before settling in Northampton in 2007, joining Moulton Surgery as a Partner in 2011. “Srini” has special interests in dermatology and minor surgery. His wife is a GP at a practice in Northampton and they have one child. He enjoys badminton, swimming, cycling and playing chess with his son.
Dr Jo WarcabaMBChB DRCOG nMRCGP
Dr Jo Warcaba joined the practice as a Salaried GP in 2014, and became a Partner in 2015, having lived all of her life Northamptonshire where she also trained to be a GP. Jo has special interests in palliative and cancer care. When not working at the practice she works as a Macmillan GP for Northamptonshire, working with colleagues within the NHS and other agencies to raise the standards of cancer care for all people in the county. Jo is married with five children (2 inherited), two dogs and one horse.
Dr Alexandra WattsMSc BSc(Hons) MBChB MRCS nMRCGP DFSRH
Dr Alexandra Watts joined Moulton as a Salaried GP in October 2015. She completed her GP training in Leicestershire and Warwickshire, having initially started training to be a surgeon. Alex has particular interests in ophthalmology, minor surgery and teaching undergraduates and junior doctors. She fits and removes the contraceptive implant. Alex works part-time at Moulton Surgery spending the rest of her week looking after her young daughter. When not at work or looking after her family she likes to play tennis and stay fit.