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The GP Partners are a group of GPs that are actively engaged the ongoing development of the Practice. In consultation with the rest of the staff at the Practice, they aim to ensure that we offer the best service possible to our patients. They also continue to carry out the same clinical care and responsibilities alongside the Associate GPs.
MB ChB MRCGP
Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer (University of Sheffield)
MB ChB MRCGP (2010)
The Associate GP work alongside the GP Partners to provide ongoing clinical care to the patient population. They help provide specialist skills for the Practice and provide valuable opinions and insight through their experience.
MB ChB FRCGP (Retired Partner)
MB ChB MRC GP
Our Practice Nurses carry out a number of highly trained procedures and consultations that helps the GPs manage long-term chronic problems, such as Asthma, COPD and Diabetes.
RN Dip, B Med Sci, B Mus (Hons)
Healthcare assistants support Practice Nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as phlebotomy (drawing blood), blood pressure measurement and new patient checks. They may act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor requests one.
Our receptionists are here to help you, and also to help the practice run smoothly. Sometimes, they may need to ask you personal questions. If you wish to speak to a receptionist privately, please ask to do so. Please remember the receptionists are only acting on the doctors instructions.