Our Staff

Management

Siobhan Gorman

Practice Manager

The Doctors


Dr James Coppack

MB, BS, DGM, DCCH, MRCGP
Qualified in 1989 at Charing Cross and Westminster

Dr Frances Jacobs

MBChB, DCH, MRCOG, MRCGP
Qualified in 1995 at Leeds

Dr Nicola Buchan

MB, ChB, MRCGP, DFSRH
Qualified in 2000 at Dundee

Dr Swaminathan Thiagarajan

MBBS, DLO, MRCGP, DFSRH
Qualified in 1998 at Karnataka

Dr Helena Ebbs

MBChB, MRCP, MRCGP
Qualified in 2003 at Sheffield

Dr Antony Bishop

MB, ChB, MRCGP, BSc
DOccMed (Diploma in Occupational medicine)
Qualified in 2001 at Manchester

Dr Jennifer Argile

MB, ChB, MRCGP, DFSRH,
Qualified in 2010 at University of Sheffield.

Nursing Team

Advanced Nurse Practitioner Helen Miller

RGN, Msc Health Studies(Advanced Nurse Practitioner)

Nurse Practitioner Jane Aconley

RGN, BSc (Hons) Community Healthcare, BA (Hons)

Nurse Practitioner Lucy Martin

RGN, BSc(Hons) Health and Social Care –First Contact, Dip Health and Social Care

Senior Practice Nurse Kirstie Vincer

BN (Hons), RN (Adult), BA (Hons), RM

Senior Practice Nurse Hazel Featherstone

RGN, ONC

Senior Practice Nurse Ria Flinton

RGN, Dip Diabetes

Senior Practice Nurse Rebekah Roberts

RN (Adult)

Practice Nurse Louise Dale

RN, Master’s degree in General Nursing

Practice Nurse Emma Horrigan

First Degree BSc Hons in Adult Nursing
Foundation Degree in health and social care: Associate Practitioner

Practice Nurse Louise Hodgson

RGN

Practice Nurse Katie Prest

RGN (Adult)

Nurse Associate Lucy Gavigan

Foundation degree (science) with merit in Nursing Associate

Helen Smith

Senior Healthcare Assistant

Ashleigh Fletcher

Healthcare Assistant

Linda Timson

Healthcare Assistant

Administration

Cheryl Secker

Business Support Team Manager

Nicola Scott

Patient Support Team Manager (Reception)

Vivian Barker

Dispensary Team Manager

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Recent NHS Guidance on the use of Facemasks

When you visit the Surgery you are no longer routinely required to wear a face mask unless it is your preference. HOWEVER if you have respiratory symptoms, or any symptoms which you think could be covid, please wear a face mask as you would have previously.
 
Staff are also not required to routinely wear a face mask unless it is their preference. However, if they are working with untriaged patients attending with respiratory symptoms, or any symptoms that could be Covid, they will wear a mask and PPE as previously.
 
This guidance will be reviewed and adjusted if there is a rise in covid cases.
 

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