Practice Staff

Doctors

Dr Anthony Skilbeck

Qualifications: MBChB (Birmingham 1974) D.Occ.Med
Special Interests: Diabetes, Occupational Health

Dr Neil Kiteley

Qualifications: BMBS (Nottingham 1985), BmedSci, DRCOG, MRCGP
Special Interests: COPD, Asthma, Information Technology

Practice Nurses

Rachel Fung, Specialist Nurse Practitioner

Rachel is a very experienced advanced nurse practitioner and nurse prescriber. She is also a highly qualified specialist Diabetes Nurse and runs most of our clinics.

Surgery hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday

Claire Bayliss, Practice Nurse

Claire is a practice nurse and will see patients for general health checks, contraception and a full range of general nursing duties.

Surgery hours: Friday

 

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Practice Manager

If you have questions about the practice or non medical aspects of your treatment, the Practice Manager will be able to help you.

Sandra Jones, MA – Practice Manager

Staff

The admin team are responsible for maintaining medical records, organising hospital appointments and answering queries. They are all happy to help with all queries.

Miss Katie Brown – Deputy Manager
Miss Samantha Hughes – Supervisor
Miss Gemma Marsh – Medical Secretary
Ms Jayne Weston – Senior Receptionist
Miss Paige Fincher – Receptionist
Miss Aimee Seddon – Prescription Clerk

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Community Healthcare Team

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Practitioner

Joanne Mears

Community Midwives – Tel: 01384 456111

Our Midwives provide care for mothers before and after delivery and care for the baby for their first ten days of life.

Community Psychiatric Nurse

Angie Francis

District Nurses

Stella Ashfield, RGN, BSc
Amanda Tipper, RGN
Michelle Webb, RGN
Debbie Brannon, RGN
Sally Grimmett-Bate, RGN
Christine Cumberbatch, RGN

Health Care Assistants

Karen Lisimore, HCA
Mary Morgan, HCA

Patients who need home nursing are referred to the District Nursing Team by their GP or by the hospital.

If you have an illness or incapacity that means that you need nursing care in your own home one of our district nurses will visit you.  Patients who are likely to benefit from this service include the housebound, the elderly, people with a terminal illness, and those who have recently been discharged from hospital.  District nurses provide wound care, palliative care, continence advice, health promotion advice and advice on co-ordinating care packages.

If you move permanently into a care home locally, the district nurse may be able to continue your care. Your GP may also be willing to continue to care for you, or a number of GPs may provide services for the residents of local care homes.

Health Visitors

Emma Breslin

Help is available for expectant mothers, babies, the elderly and the handicapped.

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