|Dr Douglas Colvin
||MB BS BSc (London 1988)
|Dr Ben Isinkaye
||MBChB (1983) MRCOG (1995) MRCGP
Amanda Marcovitch & Sue Surridge
Amanda & Sue look after the day-to-day running of the practice and are particularly keen to receive any feedback on how we are doing, so comments and suggestions are always welcome. Please put these in writing addressed for the attention of Amanda Marcovitch or Sue Surridge.
An informal complaints procedure is in place for those patients who may have a grievance.
The Nursing Team
Mrs Gina O’Neill & Mrs Jaqueline Pover
Our nurses are trained to deal with many conditions, including: a health check, stop smoking service, travel vaccinations amongst many others. Please call the surgery to ask about specific conditions.
Mrs Emma Smith
Healthcare assistants support practice nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as blood pressure checks, removal of stitches and staples, injections and new patient checks.
The Reception Team
Mrs Angela Vane Receptionist
Mrs Laraine Oliver Receptionist/Referrals Administrator
Ms Margareta Bowker Receptionist
Mrs Liz Kenny Receptionist
All staff work within strict confidentiality guidelines.
District Nurses provide care to patients in their homes. They will only visit housebound patients.
First Contact Practitioner
The Practice now has the services of a 'First contact practitioner' once a week on a Wednesday morning (8-12), whose role in primary care is to assess patients with soft tissue, muscle and joint pain and to decide on the most appropriate management pathway. FCPs are practitioners with expertise in the assessment and management of Musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions. They can organise investigations, medications and onward services.
The Practice now has the services of a Clinical Pharmacist on a Tuesday afternoon, whose role is to support those with long term conditions like asthma, diabetes and high blood pressure or anyone taking multiple medications to make sure their medication is working.
Social Prescribing Link Worker
We have the services of a Social Prescribing link worker at the practice fortnightly on a Friday. The main aim of her role is to help people to improve their health and wellbeing by connecting them to activities in the community. Link workers connect those feeling lonely, overwhelmed or in need of help to a range of local support, from community and activity groups to work, debt or housing advice.