|Melvinder S. Ghaly (Male)
||MBChB (Leeds) 1984 MRCGP DObst RCOG DFFP MSc (Sports Medicine)
|Andrew P. Taylor (Male)
MBChB (Leeds) 1990 MRCGP DFFP
|Dawn Moore-Elphick (Female)
||BSc (Hons) 2000 MBChB (Leicester) 2006 nMRCGP 2012
|Ben Noble (Male)
MB BS (Royal Free, London) 2004 BSc 1995 PhD 1998 (Leeds)
|Kirstie Bridges (Female)
MBChB (Notts) BM BS BMedSci (Hons) MRCGP DFSRH
The Doctors practise together as a non-limited partnership.
|Nikki Brockhurst (Female)
The nurses are assisted by our health care assistants Tracey Wright, Georgia King and Sharon Atkin
Our nursing staff can be seen by appointment through their receptionist or referral by the doctor for the following:
- Blood testing etc, as requested by the doctor
- Ear syringing
- Immunisations: tetanus, flu, foreign travel and child immunisation
- Health promotion and prevention
- Blood pressure
- Diabetic clinic
- Healthy heart clinic
- Smoking cessation
- New registration - health checks
- Cervical smears
- Well person health checks
- Asthma clinic
- Minor operations (with doctors)
Business General Manager
Our reception team cover the surgery hours at all times, their job being to ease the flow of patient/doctor/nurse consultations so as many patients as possible can be seen within the working day. Should you call in to make an appointment or with an enquiry, the reception staff can arrange this in privacy if you wish.
Administrative staff work "behind the scenes" using one of the largest medical computer systems available to general practice to ensure accurate record keeping and patient care, eg - exemption claims, insurance medicals, hospital appointments and referrals, registrations etc.
Health visitors play a major role in providing routine development checks for young children, and helping with health queries.
The district nurses provide nursing care for those unable to come to the surgery, eg after hospital discharge etc. You can contact them through the surgery or direct to their office on 01509 564422
The midwife is available on Thursdays and Fridays to assist the doctors with antenatal care.
Counselling is provided by our practice on certain days of the week but appointments are only arranged on referral from the doctor.
All the partners are designated tutors to fourth year medical students. When students are with a doctor a notice is displayed and the receptionist will inform you. Students benefit by contact with our patients during consultations but will willingly withdraw on request.