Dr P J Clarke (Male) MB ChB (Sheffield 1983) MRCGP FP Cert
Dr S V Reddy (Male) MB ChB (Leicester 1996) MRCP MRCGP DFFP
Dr H Edwards (Female) MB ChB (Sheffield 2000) MRCGP FP Cert
THE PRIMARY CARE TEAM
Advanced Nurse Practitioner
Mrs L Hatfield - B Med Sci (Hons) Professioanl Nursing Studies (1998), BA (Hons) Community Specialist Practice (District Nursing 2002), Non Medical Prescribing (2007). Nurse Hatfield can see and treat most ailments in a similar way that a GP does, however this does not cover patients who are under 16 or pregnant or presenting with mental health issues i.e. low mood / depression.
Mrs J Vohra - RGN Part 2, ENB199 - Accident & Emergency Course, N52 - Advanced Trauma Course, ENB 998 - Teaching Certificate, Emergency Nurse Practitioner, Advanced Life Support, Diploma in Ear Care, Cervical Cytology Diploma, Diploma in Asthma, Venepuncture/Cannulation, Plaster of Paris, ECG Certificate.
Mrs A Willert - RGN, ENB ASI Specialist Practitioner (PN), ENB 998 Teaching and Assessing in Clinical Practice, ENB 928 Diabetic Nursing, Certificate in Primary Diabetes Care, RCGP Diploma in Asthma Care NATC, Secondary Preventation of CHD, Certificate in Advanced Asthma Care, Anaphylaxis for RCG.
Mrs G Hopkinson - The practice nurses are available Monday to Friday and can offer advice and care on minor illness. They also offer the following clinics:
Asthma Clinics, Coronary Heart Disease Clinics, Spirometry Screening, ECG Recordings, Ear Care Clinics, Vaccinations for Foreign Travel, Dressings and Stitch Removals, Health Promotion Clinics, Advice on Diet, Cholesterol Monitoring etc.
Health Care Assistant
Louise Morris is available 5 days per week to provide the following services: Wound Care, INR testing, provision of certain injections, blood taking, new patient medicals, ECG recordings and blood pressure measurements.
Mr Stuart Abbott deals with the smooth running of the practice. If you have a complaint, an idea or any suggestions please contact him.
Assistant Practice Manager
Mrs Gill Yeardley
Mrs Janet Frith and Julie Taylor deal with all the referral letters sent to hospital.
Mrs Gray deals with the non-NHS work of general practice and also the smooth running of the practice paperless environment.
Mrs Larkin provides support for the medical secretaries and covers all aspects of their workload.
Mrs Heather Hollins also works within the Administration Team
The reception team deal with the smooth running of the reception environment. They will be your first voice of contact when visiting or ringing the practice. The reception is the heart of the practice and it can be a very busy environment; please be a patient patient.
The District Nurses are available Monday to Friday and also provide weekend cover. They provide an invaluable service to our patients living in the community who find it difficult to attend some of the nursing clinics provided on the premises.
A limited NHS service is provided for those who are either senior citizens, people with disabilities, pregnant women and children.
Physiotherapy assessment can be arranged without you having to be seen by your doctor, please ask a receptionist for more details.