Darwin Medical Practice is also a Training Practice
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.
Clinical Services Manager
Michele is lead on all clinical matters, medicines management and the management of the clinical teams.
Our Specialist Nurse Practitioners 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.
Clinical services administrator
|Sister Cheryl Jones|
|Sister Yvonne Dearne|
|Sister Sally Wayman|
|Sister Samantha Smith|
|Sister Sarah Porley|
|Sister Tessa Tunley|
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.
Our phlebotomists/healthcare assistants are qualified to take blood, blood pressure and administer vaccinations.