A clinically trained professional with expertise in prescribing as well as a variety of Primary Care services. Our Practice-based Pharmacist can offer you specialist medication advice and will be proactively reviewing your medications for enhanced safety and effective treatment of ongoing conditions.
Sister Sally Marsden, Sister Claire Gray and Richard Taylor are our Advanced Nurse Practitioners.
Russell Shill, First Contact Physiotherapist
The health services provided by our Nurses can be found on our Practice Services page.
Mrs Carol Rodgers
Overall responsibility for the efficient and effective running of the practice and representing the practice at county wide meetings
Mrs Anne-Marie Mountford
Responsible for supporting the all staff on the clinical systems and monitoring the practice achievements.
Mrs Julie Duff
Responsible for the effective navigation of patients into the correct appointments through the management and support of reception staff.
The Practice Management team work together to ensure the smooth running of the practice. If you wish to discuss administrative or non-medical aspects of your health treatment or if you have any ideas which will improve the services we provide, any member of the management team may be able to help you.
The Managers also deal with problems or complaints you may have to do with the Practice.
The receptionists are there to help both patients and doctors. They will arrange appointments, order prescriptions and deal with general enquiries. This is not always an easy task and we would ask for your consideration and understanding at busy times. All practice staff are bound by the same rules of confidentiality as the doctors.
Julie Bull & Marie Mander. The secretaries provide administrative support to the practice, processing hospital referrals, private letters, insurance reports, etc. They will help with any questions relating to these matters.
Wendy Hamnett, Debbie Lambert & Charlotte Baldwin. Wendy, Debbie and Charlotte deal with the daily letters received by the practice and amalgamate them with patient records. They also carry out audits.
The District Nursing Team visit patients who are housebound and who need dressings and nursing care in their own home. They are based at Trentside Clinic, Stone and can be contacted on 01785 811471
We have links to the team of Health Visitors who are attached to the practice. They are qualified nurses with special training and experience in child health, health promotion and education. They are responsible, with our nursing team, for the health and welfare of young patients registered with the practice. They are based at Trentside Clinic and can be contacted on 01785 811471, Extension 145.
A team of midwives attached to our practice look after our patients throughout pregnancy, providing antenatal and postnatal care. They are based at Trentside Clinic and can be contacted on 01785 815593. Clinics are held on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons but you must have an appointment to attend.
Community Psychiatric Nurse
We have CPN who works with the surgery in our Mental Health Clinics and also provides support for patients in their own homes. Patients need to be referred to this service by their doctor. The CPN sees patients who may be suffering from depression, anxiety, bereavement, stress, abuse and relationship problems.
GP Registrars & Medical Students
Fully qualified doctors gain special experience of general practice during their 6 month period with us and this includes conducting surgeries, doing home visits and attending special clinics. At all times these GP Registrars are supervised by one of the partners.
Please note: Your medical records may be used for training purposes. If you have any objection to this, you should inform the surgery at your earliest opportunity.
We also have medical students with us from time to time as part of their studies and they sit in with one of the doctors during surgery. Please tell the receptionist if you wish to see the doctor alone. You will be informed if a medical student is sitting in with a Doctor.
We are pleased to be involved in the training of future general practitioners. General Practice registrars are fully qualified doctors who have chosen general practice as the career they wish to pursue. They gain valuable experience by being based in the Practice for six-months at a time. At all times they provide the same standard of care provided by the other doctors of the practice.
By the nature of the assessment of general practitioners, they may often video record consultations, this is for educational purposes only and helps the doctors improve their skills. If you do not wish your consultation to be video taped, just say so. Your care will not be affected in any way.
Senior doctors, monitoring training standards within the Practice, may occasionally view patient records. If you have any objection to this, you should inform the surgery at your earliest opportunity.