|Dr Alastair S. Eakins||MB, ChB (Bristol 2006), MRCGP, LLB Law (Hons)|
|Dr Janaki G. Rajan||MB BS (London 2004), MRCGP, DFSRH|
|Dr Charis A. Spensley||MB ChB (Leeds 1989)MRCP Paed DFSRH|
|Dr Alison McGrath||MB, BS ( London 1994), MRCP, MRCPCH, DFFP|
|Dr Rhiannon Corke||B Med Sci, BM, BS (Nottingham 2009), MRCGP, DFSRH, DRCOG|
|Dr Stacey Dale||MB BChir MA MRCGP|
All of our Practice Nurses are Specialist Practitioners in Practice Nursing
|Frances Chatham||RGN, DN. BSc (Hons), CHD Diploma|
|Christine Scantlebury||RGN, RMN, Asthma and CHD Diploma|
|Deborah Davies||SEN SRN|
|Nesta Goldsworthy||RGN, RM dip|
The Nurses, in addition to their general nursing duties, offer advice and a full service of travel vaccination, cervical smear clinics, family planning clinics, coronary heart disease, diabetic clinics, asthma clinics, spirometry clinics, lifestyle and health check clinics.
Health Care Assistants
The administration of the Practice is supervised by our Practice Manager , Mrs Wendy Anag. She is available to help you with any administrative or non-medical aspects of your health treatment. She is also happy to discuss with you any complaints, comments or suggestions that you may have.
Our receptionists are fully trained and will do their best to help you. They do however have a difficult and sometimes stressful job to do and we ask all our patients to treat them with respect.
If the receptionists ask questions when dealing with your enquiry this is in order to inform the doctor and assist with your medical care. Please be assured that the rules of confidentiality apply equally to all Practice Staff, Nurses and Doctors.
As the receptionists have to abide by the rules of confidentiality they are unable to disclose information to third parties concerning appointments, treatment, pathology results etc.
We have a team of District Nurses attached to our Practice. Their primary role is to provide continuation of care in the community at the request of the hospital or the doctor. They offer full nursing care such as dressings, injections and care during terminal illness. They also provide links to other agencies such as social services. They can be contacted on 01732 470336
The Practice also has a team of Health Visitors. Part of their role is to offer advice and support to young mothers, but they can also offer advice and support on many health issues, for example stopping smoking, caring for a disabled relative and staying healthy as an older person. They can be contacted on 01732 470345.
The community Midwives take over the care of all pregnant patients once they have been referred by the Doctor. They arrange all the appropriate checks throughout the pregnancy and will liaise with the Doctor and Consultant where necessary. A Midwife will be present at the birth and for a short period after the birth to ensure all is well with the mother and baby. The midwives can be contacted on 01732 470341.