Our Staff

Team Photograph Summer 2022

meet the team

GP Partners

  • DR LESLIE HARRINGTON

    Qualified 1962, University of Birmingham, MBChB General Practice Prize, DRCOG, MRCGP, UKCP registered psychotherapist, MCP (UK) FRSM

  • DR GERBO HUISMAN

    Qualified 1986 in Nijmegen, the Netherlands, DA, MRCGP

  • DR HELEN LAW

    Qualified 1992 University of Leicester, MBChB, DRCOG, DFFP, MRCGP

  • DR PROF KAY MOHANNA

    Qualified in 1988, University of Birmingham, MBChB, MA, DCH, PGDipMedED, FRCGP EdD

  • DR SHAMMY NOOR

    Qualified 2001, University of Birmingham, MBChB, BSc (Hons), MRCGP, PG Certificate of Medical Education

  • DR JAMES WARD

    Qualified 1999, University of Leicester, MBChB, MRCGP

  • DR DOUGLAS PRICE

    Qualified 2012, King's College London, MBBS, DCH, MRCGP

Salaried GPs

  • DR ZUBI SADIQ

    Qualified 1994, Calcutta India, MBBS, DRCOG, MRCGP, DFFP, LoC SDI/IUD

  • DR HANNAH MISSEN

    Qualified 2012 University of London MBBS, MA (Medical Ethics & Law), MRCGP

  • DR RALUCA WOODWARD

    Qualified 2008 Sibiu Romania - MBBS, RCGP

  • DR ANITA CLARKE

    Qualified 2004 Manchester University MBChB MRCGP

  • DR SOPHIA MANNION

    Qualified 2013 from The University of Birmingham - MBChB MRCGP. BSc - The University of Reading

  • DR REBECCA DANIEL

    Qualified 2003 MBBS - India, MRCGP 2011, Dip Clin Microbiology (Nottingham), Dip Pall Med (Cardiff), DRCOG, DFSRH, Dip BSLM, Dip Medical Science (Keele)

  • DR LUKE TOGNARELLI

    MBChB (2014) The University of Manchester BSc (2009) The University of Newcastle Upon Tyne - MRCGP Royal College of GP's.

  • DR FIONA EVERETT

    BMBS Nottingham 2011, RCGP 2018, RCN 1986

  • DR RAJAASEKHAR SINGAVARAPU

Trainee Doctors

A GP Registrar or GP trainee is a qualified doctor who is training to become a GP through a period of working and training in a practice. They will usually have spent at least two years in hospital before you see them in practice and are closely supervised by a Senior GP or GP Trainer.
  • DR OSAZEE IKPONMWOSA

  • DR GHAZALA SANA

  • DR MUHAMMAD KHAN

  • DR RENATA RISTESKA

  • DR NAFAY LAHARI

  • DR SAM ATHERTON

  • DR RAND ALJUBURE

  • DR SHAZIA SHAIK

Physicians Associate

  • GEORGIA SAXTON

Urgent Care Team

The Urgent Care Team have extensive experience dealing with a variety of minor illnesses and can prescribe a wide range of medication. They will be able to deal with many medical problems and will refer you onto a GP if needed.
  • CLARE DOLEMAN

    Nurse Practitioner

  • SUE WEBB

    Nurse Practitioner

  • NICOLA KELSEY

    Nurse Practitioner

Advanced Clinical Practitioner

  • LINDSAY POWER

Primary Care Practitioner

  • MICHAEL FARMER

  • EMMA GRIFFITHS

  • ASHLEIGH BOARDMAN

Nurses

The nurses provide a variety of services including cervical smears, ear syringing and ECG recordings, travel immunisations and promoting better health. They play an important part in the regular review of various chronic diseases like hypertension, diabetes, asthma and the review of contraception.
  • CHERYL JONES

  • SALLY WAYMAN

  • SAMANTHA SMITH

  • SARAH PORLEY

  • CHLOE MOORHOUSE

  • KATIE PEACHAM

  • PAULA KNOTT

Pharmacy

  • SHARAN BHARJ

    Clinical Pharmacist

  • LOUISE ALLEN

    Clinical Pharmacist

  • NADINE INSLEY

    Pharmacy Technician

  • ROS NEEDHAM

    Clinical Pharmacist

  • RAVINDER KAUR

    Clinical Pharmacist

  • LOUISE KIRBY

    Pharmacy Technician

  • GURDEV PAHWA

    Pharmacy Technician

Healthcare Assistants

Our phlebotomists/healthcare assistants are qualified to take blood, blood pressure and administer vaccinations.
  • BECKY HAWKSLEY

  • JULIE FURY

  • ADAM DIBBLE

  • KATE LAW

Mental Health Practitioner

  • ALISON PARKER

    Qualified 1996 New Cross School of Nursing and Coventry University

First Contact Physiotherapist

First Contract Physiotherapist can help patients with musculoskeletal issues such as back, neck and joint pain by assessing the diagnosing issues, giving expert advice on how best to manage their conditions, referring them onto specialist services if necessary
  • FAHEEM ABBAS

Health & Well Being Coach

The role of a Health Coach is to support patients to build their confidence and motivation to make sustainable lifestyle changes, building on what the patient already knows about managing their health and establishing if any changes can be made to improve how they're feeling physically and mentally.
  • ABY JONES

Practice Management

  • LISA EALES

    Business Manager

  • MICHELE HASSELL

    Clinical Services Manager

    Michele is lead on all clinical matters, medicines management and the management of the clinical teams.

Practice Management

  • JULIE RUSHTON

    Business Resource Manager

  • SHARON BEAN

    Business Support Manager

  • SARAH FARMER

    Operations Support Manager

Patient Liaison Officer

We are dedicated to listening to the views and concerns of our patients, relatives and carers. If you have any comments you wish to make about our service, please let us know. The feedback you give us is invaluable. Your comments help us deliver excellent care and services for our patients. We work hard to give the highest standards of care but sometimes things can go wrong. If this happens, we do all we can to put things right for you as quickly as possible and do our best to make sure the same thing doesn't happen again.
  • KAREN COOPER-SOLLOM

Secretaries

The practice secretaries are available to answer any queries regarding hospital referrals.

Administration

The administration team are responsible for processing all the daily hospital correspondence, including adding any codes and workflow through to the clinicians where appropriate. They register new patients and summarise medical records to ensure all medical history is on the patient computerised records, they process all emails for the practice. They are also responsible for processing private work that is requested from the practice, including capita forms, firearms licences, solicitors and insurance company

Reception

Receptionists are here to help you. They have a difficult and busy job so please be patient. When telephoning for an appointment or medical advice the receptionist may ask for a few details; this will enable us to help you in the most appropriate way.

Care Co-Ordinator

The care co-ordinator role will ensure patient health and care planning is timely, efficient, and patient-centred. The role will include responsibilities for the co-ordination of the patient's journey through primary care and secondary care ensuring we capture what matter most to the patient and they are actively involved in the shared decision making process about the best choices of care for them.
  • KELLY BACON

Social Prescriber

Within our practice we have access to a social prescribing service. The social prescriber provides a personal plan of your needs by drawing on services outside of the NHS such as the voluntary sector and charities. Jess provides support for patients who may be experiencing social isolation, chronic medical conditions, bereavement, mental health issues and lifestyle issues she also provides support for carers and the people they look after. The service includes giving advice on welfare, housing and employment. You can self refer through any of our medical team.
  • JESS RYAN

Midwives

Care for and support pregnant women, their partners and new babies, before, during and after the birth. They monitor the health of the mother, counsel her on health issues and explain the options for delivery of the baby. They will take care of mothers and babies during labour and birth and provide advice on breast feeding.
  • BECKY WHEELER

  • DONNA BURCH