|Dr Heather Acton
||MB ChB (Liverpool 1997) MRCGP DRCOG DCH DFFP (female)
|Dr Naveed Malik
||MBBS MRCGP (Rawalpindi 1996) MSc Sports Medicine DFFP MFSEM (UK) (male)
|Dr Joseph H Chesworth
||BMBS DRCOG MRCGP (male)
|Dr Iram Shabbir
||MBBS MRCGP (female)
|Dr Elizabeth Mounsey
||MB chB MRCS (2013) MRCGP (female)
|Dr Engin Baldwin
|| MBBS MRCGP (female)
|Dr Mina Mobarak
Nurse Practitioner / Nurse Lead - Victoria Wilson
The Nurse Practitioner is responsible for the unscheduled urgent care at the practice.
Practice Director - Miss Jane Goulding
Operations Manager - Mrs Cheryl Lane
Assistant Practice Manager - Mrs Anne Geldeard
Office Manager - Mrs Rachael Manciocchi
Assistant to the Management Team - Aisha Ali
The management team is responsible for the administrative procedures that ensure the smooth running of the practice. If you have any suggestions that you feel would improve our services, please speak to us. We would welcome your views.
Reception And Administrative Staff
Our reception staff are all experienced members of the team and will be happy to offer assistance to help you gain the most from the services available. The practice has a commitment to training in the administration of general practice and from time to time offers placements to students on training schemes.
Please be assured that all members of staff will treat all information given to them in strictest confidence. Remember the reception staff often have to do ‘six things at once’ so please be a patient patient.
Sr Hannah Killeen
Sr Rashmi Singh
Sr Rebecca Christie
Our practice nurses are highly specialised and are available to offer advice, promote good health, perform health checks, give vaccinations and immunisations and to provide cervical cytology and family planning services.
If you have a problem with which you feel the nurse could help, please ask for an appointment at reception.
Healthcare Assistants / Care Co-Ordinator
Ms Rachael Hogan
Ms Jo-Anne Wylie
Ms Jessica Blaylock
Mavis Lonsdale - Care Co-Ordinator
Our healthcare assistants are able to provide new patient medical checks, dressing clinics, ECG recordings and monitor certain conditions eg hypertension. They are also able to administer non-live vaccinations and injections such as Influenza and Vitamin B12.
Mr Zaheer Akbar: Advanced Clinical Pharmacist and Independent Prescriber
Mrs Ruth Barker: Medicines Co-ordinator
Our Medicines Management team are responsible for the safe supply of medications, they can support patients with various medication queries including supply issues or side effects.
Patients can book with our Advanced Clinical Pharmacist for annual medication reviews or any other difficulty they are having with medications.
Ms Olivia Mbaegbu
Ms Mary Adesina
Physician Associates are trained to work within a defined scope of practice and limits of competence to support the Doctors at the practice. They are able to carry out lots of duties such as taking medical history, physical examinations, seeing patients with long term conditions, formulating differential diagnosis and management plans, provide health promotion and disease prevention advice. They work alongside and are under the supervision of the on-call Duty Doctor at our practice so can escalate any medical concerns out of scope.
Attached Staff (Health Visitors, District Nurses, Midwives)
In addition to practice nurses, the practice has access to the services of health visitors, district nurses, district midwives and community matrons.
Health visitors advise on various health matters including the care and development of children under five and health during pregnancy. They are highly trained nurses who specialise in health promotion, the needs of the young, adolescent and the elderly.
District nurses visit people in their homes who are unable to come to the surgery. They provide an assessment of the nursing services required and initiate appropriate nursing care.
Midwives provide antenatal care at our clinic, advice on all pregnancy related issues and a comprehensive postnatal service for you and your baby.
Palliative care nurses (Macmillan/home care sisters) provide advice and specialist care for terminally ill patients and their families. Support is provided both in the home, in the local hospice or in the practice.
The practice is committed to the further training of doctors who, already experienced in hospital medicine, wish to make the career in general practice. A notice will be displayed in the practice advising you of the trainee doctor's name and we hope that you will support our training programme.