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Male GP Registered 2000
Female GP Registered 2009
Female GP Registered 2005
Male GP Registered 1995
Male GP Registered 2009
Female GP Registered 2019
Trainee GP - A fully qualified doctor with experience in hospital care. Training to become a General Practitioner
S.RN. (Practice Nurse)
Mental Health Practitioner
S.RN. (Treatment Room Nurse)
Social Work Assistant
The reception staff will take essential details of your problem sympathetically and in confidence. They are there to help you with all queries. The receptionists have the skill and experience to advise on the best use of our services and are approachable at any time during surgery hours. The receptionists have a very responsible job and work hard to provide the best possible service to our patients. Should you have any complaints, criticisms, words of praise or constructive suggestions, please ask to speak with either the Office Manager, Senior Receptionist or the Practice Manager
Our Practice Pharmacist is responsible for medicines management within the Practice. She also assists with acute ailments and Chronic disease management.
Manages a team of community nurses who work alongside us to provide care to those patients who are unable to attend the surgery due to illness.