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We are an approved training practice for the training of General Practice Registrars (GPRs).
GPRs are doctors in training who are qualified doctors and have already worked in hospitals as junior doctors for at least 3 years. GP Registrars are here on 18 month rotation (with GPST1s on 6 month rotation). Further information about GP Registrars can be found here.
The current GP Registrars on an 18 month rotation are:
Dr Samuel Wilson, Dr Diana Less, Dr Emma Yang & Dr Shahed Haider.
Nonette Winton RGN
Our nurses have their own surgeries and provide a range of specialist medical clinics. Further information can be found on our Clinics and Services page.
Healthcare Assistants aid the Practice Nurses with blood pressure and new patient checks, urine testing and so on.
Health visitors work within the community to promote good health and prevent ill health. They are able to give advice where specific needs are identified with the individual, family or community. They also provide support at times of physical and/or emotional stress, such as in bereavement.
Our District Nursing Sister, leads a strong team of District Nurses and support staff, providing comprehensive and skilled nursing care to sick and disabled patients in their own homes.
These nurses provide support and advice to their patients, and maintain a close liaison with all medical, social and voluntary agencies concerned with the provision of care to people being treated at home.
Together with the District Nurses, the Doctors provide quality, terminal care to cancer and chronic disease patients in the relative comfort of their home environment.
Where the care provided in-home is in respect of the terminally ill, that care is boosted by the close proximity of the St Clare's Hospice, which is a readily available source of help and expertise.
Macmillan Nurses are specialist nurses who have been trained in the management of pain relief and the provision of emotional support to cancer patients and their families.
Midwives provide antenatal and postnatal care. At the birth of the child, they provide for home or hospital delivery, fully considering the patient's choice in this respect.
Parentcraft is a key aspect of the midwives work, where patients are educated in all aspects of pregnancy, childbirth and baby care. The midwives work closely with the GPs in postnatal care via the baby clinics.
George is responsible for the non-medical aspects of the services provided by the practice. He is at your disposal if you have any problem with the services we provide. He is also 'Caldicott / Data Protection' lead and joint education/training lead.
Deputy Practice Manager
The Administration Manager is there to ensure that the reception service provided to you, the patient, is as good as it can be. She is generally available to answer your immediate needs and problems.
Susan Bow & Fiona Hitchen
Kate, Wendy, Norma, Caroline, Megan, Paula, Nikki & Marilyn
Our Receptionists are keen to help patients on arrival at the practice. They will make arrangements for you to see the doctor or any other member of the health care team. They also arrange transport to and from hospital for the elderly and infirm.
Claire & Karen
Our medical Secretaries arrange hospital appointments, transport to and from hospital for the elderly and infirm, and follow up queries left with them by the clinicians. They also type all the letters left for them via dictation, audio tape or hand written message. They also perform an administration role to support the demands of a modern public health service in the management of its finances and communications.
If you need to speak to one of our secretaries please call between 11.30am to 1pm Monday - Friday.
Loraine, Nicola, Marilyn & Paula
Our audit clerks ensure that patients are recalled for the various regular health reviews and clinics. They are also responsible for the entry and execution of the multitude of claims that are made against the National Health Service each month. In addition, they perform an audit role.
We are a teaching/training practice for a wide range of health professionals and non-professionals.
We strongly believe that by taking on the responsibility for teaching and training others, we further anchor ourselves in the lifelong commitment to provide the very best healthcare, which is evidence based and up to date. Further information can be found here.