|Dr McGregor-Smith||BSc MB ChB MRCGP Manchester 1986||Family Planning, Women’s Health, Vale Royal CCG board member||FEMALE|
|Dr Perry||MB ChB Liverpool 1989 Diploma Sports & Exercise Medicine (Bath)||Sports Injuries, Vasectomy, Minor Surgery, Care in Nursing Homes||MALE|
|Dr Mullin||MB ChB MRCGP DCH DRCOG Liverpool 1992||Diabetes, CHD, Post-Graduate Teaching||MALE|
|Dr Matthews||MR CGP DRCOG MBBS London 1988||Joint Injections, Minor surgery, Hypertension, Mental Health||MALE|
|Dr Hanson||BSc MBBS DRCOG FPA London 1995||Under-graduate Teaching, Child Health, Joint Injections, Research||FEMALE|
|Dr Jeeva||MA(Cantab) MB BChir Cambridge 2000 MRCGP(London ) DFSRH||Psychiatry, Family Planning, Post-Graduate Teaching||FEMALE|
|Dr Durnian||MB ChB Bsc (med sci), DCH , DRCOG, MRCGP||Learning disabilities, Child Health, Undergraduate Teaching||FEMALE|
|Dr Cawthray||MB ChB MRCGP DRCOG DFFP Manchester 1993||Dermatology||FEMALE|
|Dr Whitwell||MB CHB MRCGP DFSRH||ENT (Ear, nose + throat), Undergraduate Teaching||MALE|
|Dr Gilchrist||MB ChB MRCGP DCH||Post-Graduate Teaching, Undergraduate Teaching||FEMALE|
|Dr Monument||MBBS MRCGP Hull York Medical School||Medical Education, ENT||FEMALE|
|Dr Toon||MB ChB (Hons) MRCGP Liverpool 2011||FEMALE|
|Dr Mitchelson||BSc MBBS DRCOG Kings College London 2010||FEMALE|
|Dr De La Torre||LMS 2002 Madrid||FEMALE|
Dr Adetona FEMALE
Dr Li FEMALE
Dr Collins FEMALE
They are doctors who have worked in hospitals for a number of years come to work at the practice for a year before themselves becoming General Practitioners. This is valuable work experience for them and also benefits us by stimulating new ideas within the practice. From time to time the GP Registrars request that they video their consultation with you, as part of ongoing training, and reflection on techniques. Please inform reception staff if you would feel unhappy with this.
GP Locums are fully qualified General Practitioners who work in several different practices to cover surgeries for absent GP Partners, the cover maybe short or long term.
Clinical Pharmacists work directly with physicians, other health professionals, and patients to ensure that the medications prescribed for patients contribute to the best possible health outcomes.
|Sister Rachel Dougan||Nurse Manager|
|Sister Tracey Berry||Practice Nurse|
|Sister Gillian Dale||Practice Nurse|
|Sister Carole Gibson||Practice Nurse|
|Sister Julie Little||Practice Nurse|
|Sister Gwenno Shalders||Practice Nurse|
|Sister Heidi Preston||Triage Nurse|
|Sister Marie Hancock||Treatment Room Nurse|
|Sister Tara Micklewright||Treatment Room Nurse|
|Corrine Bebbington||Health Care Assistant|
|Samantha Campbell-Briggs||Health Care Assistant|
Our practice nurses are fully trained and experienced. They work very closely with the doctors and they are trained to do an extensive number of procedures and tests and hold screening clinics etc. You may book with the nurse for such services as foreign travel immunisation, cervical smears, routine blood pressure checks and general medical advice.
Philip Greasby – Practice Manager
Ken Power – Human Resources Manager
Gilly Davis – Patient Services Manager
Carole Gibson – Nurse Manager
Frankie Crookall – IT Administrator
Receptionists & Secretaries
We have a team of 30 receptionists and 7 secretaries.
The receptionists, like all the staff, are there to assist you in making appointments, taking requests for home visits and answering other queries. Please be patient if you are kept waiting or if you feel they are asking too many questions. They have to judge the urgency of requests so please give the information they require. They are bound by the same rules of confidentiality as the doctors and nurses.
If your doctor feels that you are troubled with problems such as anxiety, depression, stress or relationship issues, arrangements can be made to see a counsellor at the surgery. Our counsellors also run relaxation and anxiety management groups.
The health visitors are available for advice especially with children and the elderly, and monitor the health and development of children and families. They run a well baby clinic each Tuesday afternoon The health visitors can be contacted on 01606 544530
The district nurses provide a home nursing service for housebound patients.
The district nurses can be contacted on 01606 544591
Community Psychiatric Nurse
The local community psychiatric nurses have a close liaison with the practice and are available to help with the treatment and support of patients or families at home or at Danebridge Medical Centre
There is a phlebotomist available each day between 8.30 and 11.30am to take blood samples as requested by the doctor.