About Us

We set up MyWebGP because we felt there was an essential need for a quick and convenient way of diagnosing medical problems and making referrals or prescribing treatments. MyWebGP is not an emergency service but an additional reassurance for our registered patients.

MyWebGP doctors are registered on the General Medical Council’s GP Register and have many years of experience working as General Practitioners within the UK health care system as well as running their own private clinic.

About the doctors

Dr. Chris Clayton-Payne


Chris qualified in medicine at The Royal London Hospital. After a few years training in General Medicine he joined the GP training scheme in Winchester. In 1983 he joined a busy semi-rural practice as a partner and later became senior partner. He took early retirement from the NHS in 2014.

His particular interests are general medicine in the context of primary care, especially the management of chronic illnesses including diabetes, high blood pressure, respiratory disorders, gastrointestinal complaints and bone and joint disorders. He has extensive experience in a managing childhood illness and mental health problems.

His approach is to offer contemporary medical knowledge alongside the values of the traditional family doctor.

Dr. Rob Howlett

MA. MB. BChir. DRCOG. MRCGP. PG Dip. Cardiology BSE accredited in Echocardiology.

Rob qualified at Cambridge University school of clinical medicine and has been a GP for 25 years, with particular focus on cardiology.

He had further postgraduate training at Papworth and Addenbrookes Hospital followed by a 6-month sabbatical in Canada. He works in four hospital and community-based cardiology clinics. He has special interests in men’s health, including prostate and testosterone. He is Director of Cardiovascular GP, the national organisation promoting the management of cardiovascular disease in primary care and lectures nationally on cardiovascular disease.

Dr. Imogen Shaw

MA. MB BChir. DRCOG. DFSRH. PG Dip Gynaecology.

Imogen qualified at Cambridge University and Westminster Medical school and has been a GP for 25 years, with particular focus on women’s health and the menopause. Following a sabbatical in gynaecology, she qualified with a post graduate diploma in 2008. She is a co-author of the National Institute for Clinical Excellence guidelines for menopause, and has write a book for GPs on managing the menopause. She is a member of The British Menopause Society and The Royal College of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, and runs two local community gynaecology clinics.