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Doctors & Staff

Dr Richard Hall

MB, ChB, MRCGP
 

Dr Ellis Rickwood

MB, ChB, MRCGP, DRCOG
 
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Dr Hall qualified from Leeds in 1985.

He joined the practice in 1990. He has a special interest in diabetes and is also a GP trainer monitoring the progress and education of our GP registrars.

GMC No. 3071993

  Dr Rickwood qualified from Leeds in 1990.

His specialism is musculo-skeletal / sports medicine and has a particular interest in joint injections.

GMC No. 3499423

 

Dr Maria Frith

MBBS, MRCGP, MRCP
 

Dr Mark Salisbury

MBChB, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFSRH

 
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Dr Frith qualified from Newcastle in 1987.

Joining the practice in 1997, she has a special interest in women's health and medicine.

GMC No. 3255401

 

Dr Salisbury qualified from Leeds in 2004.

He has a special interest in hypertension and joint injections

GMC No. 6099166

 

Dr Sarah Fraser

MB, ChB, MRCGP, DCH, DFFP
 

Dr Deborah Lawrence

MB, ChB, MRCGP, DRCOG
 

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Dr Fraser is a Salaried GP.

She qualified from Bristol in 1990. She is part-time, working four sessions a week.

GMC No. 3469941

 

Dr Lawrence is a Salaried GP.

She qualified from London in 2004 and currently works three days a week.

GMC No. 6103207

 

Dr Gill Kitchen

MB, ChB MRCGP DRCOG DFFP
 

Dr Jessica Jones

MB ChB, BSc, DRCOG, MRCGP
 
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Dr Kitchen is a Salaried GP.

She qualified from Leicester in 2002. She currently works three days a week and is one of our Palliative Care leads and also runs the Dementia Clinic.

GMC No. 6052728

 

Dr Jones is a Salaried GP.

She qualified from Bristol in 2007 and currently works three days a week.

GMC No. 6156554

 

Dr Zandra Quinn

BMSc, MBChB, DRCOG, DFFP
 

Dr Nick Rummens

MBBS, MRCGP
 
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Dr Quinn is a Salaried GP.

She qualified from Dundee  in 1995 and currently works three days a week. 

GMC No. 4210423

 

Dr Rummens is a Salaried GP.

He qualified from Newcastle in 2008 and currently works three days a week.

GMC No. 6167011

 

Dr Emma Rivers

MBChB, MRCPCH
 

Dr Jonathan Thompson

BMedSci, MBBS
 
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Dr Rivers is a GP Registrar.

She qualified from Birmingham in 2010 and currently works full time. 

GMC No. 7072165

 

Dr Thompson is a GP Registrar.

He qualified from Nottingham in 2009 and currently works three days a week.

GMC No. 7045419

 
       

GP Specialties

Dr Hall - Diabetes, dermatology, musculoskeletal / joint injections (knees, shoulders, & elbows), can also do epley manoeuvre

Dr Rickwood - Rheumatoid Arthritis, Musculoskeletal / sports medicine, joint injections (all except feet), & Adult Safeguarding Lead

Dr Frith - Women’s health, atrial fibrillation, & medicine / prescribing

Dr Salisbury - Mental health, dermatology, joint injections (shoulders, knees, tennis elbow, & plantar fasciitis), can also do epley manoeuvre

Dr Kitchen - Contraception (implants) and memory / dementia 

Dr Lawrence - Diabetes, Hypertension & women’s health (coils & implants)

Dr Fraser - Women’s health & Child Safeguarding Lead

OUR PRACTICE TEAM

Doctors in Training (GP Registrars)

The practice is approved for GP training. Fully qualified doctors with at least 2 years experience in hospital medicine will be in the practice to gain experience of general practice. Part of this training may include videotape consultations to aid analysis of the doctor's consulting technique. You may be offered an appointment to see a GP Registrar or you may be asked to consent to video taping of your consultation. You are under no obligation to participate in this if you prefer not to.

OUR PRACTICE NURSES

nurses

Practice nurses are available from Monday to Friday during surgery hours for appointments. They can help you with blood pressure checks, dressings, minor injuries, immunisations, family planning advice, travel advice, cervical smears, minor skin lesions, general health checks, dietary advice, routine blood/urine tests and ear syringing.

Sister Sharon Lax

joined the practice in 2006 and became nurse manager in 2017. She works part time undertaking the full range of treatment room procedures and is trained in all long term conditions.

Sister Sarah Hayes

joined the practice in 2017. She works part time three days a week undertaking treatment room procedures.

Sister Lyndsay Savery

joined the practice in 2019. She works part time three days a week undertaking treatment room procedures.

Healthcare Assistant/Phlebotomist

Our Healthcare Assistants, Debbie Kaye, Julie Freeman, and Karen Jones provide a support service to the nursing team and can take blood samples, take your blood pressure, perform ECGs, NHS healthchecks, and other support services.

OUR ADMINISTRATIVE TEAM

management

Practice Manager

Anita Hampson, our Practice Manager carries out a wide variety of duties helping the doctors to run the practice efficiently. If you have any queries, suggestions or problems please address them to the Practice Manager.

Senior Administrative Staff

Helen Biscombe is our Operations Manager. She has responsibility for the day to day running of the Practice.

Maureen Mazza is our Finance Manager, with responsibility for the financial and accounting systems within the Practice.

Secretaries & Patient / IT Administrators
Beth, Ruth, Deb, Anna, and Andrea are a vital part of our team and deal with an ever-increasing volume of administrative work.

Receptionists

Our receptionists - Anita, Carol, Caroline, Christine, Clare, Diane, Jayne, Jo, Kelly, and Marie - have a demanding and difficult job. They will always attempt to deal with your request as efficiently as possible, though this can occasionally take some time. Please be patient, especially at busier times.

THE PRIMARY HEALTHCARE TEAM

The doctors work in close contact with district nurses, district midwives and health visitors. If you think you need home nursing care, please ask your doctor. In addition to these staff a wide range of other health care professionals contribute to the services provided in the surgery and the community.