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Dr Karen L Brown (f)
Dr Shan Hussain (m)


Our Practice Nurses are highly qualified. They run a number of clinics which are held in the well-equipped treatment room and assist the Doctors with minor surgery procedures, cervical smears and well person checks.

Specialist clinics run by the nurses include

  • Health checks for New Patients
  • Health checks for patients over 75
  • Well women (age 16-64 years)
  • Cervical smears
  • Diabetic clinics
  • Asthma clinics
  • Breast Awareness/Womens issues
  • Teenage matters
  • Hypertension Clinic (Blood Pressure)
  • Stop smoking advice
  • Weight checks
  • Routine Dressings clinics
  • Lipid Clinic (Cholesterol screening)
  • Vaccination and Immunisation

There may be times when it is not necessary to see the Doctor and your appointment could be made to see the Practice Nurse. The Nurse will liaise with the Doctor, where appropriate, to ensure you receive the best possible medical care.

Treatment Room Nurses

Nurse Suzanne Tazzyman (f)

Healthcare Assistants

Mrs Evelyn Cole (f)

Evelyn is fully qualified to take patient bloods , blood pressures, ear syringing, vaccination and immunisations, ecg's and health checks.

Mrs Ruth Gee (f)

Ruth has full qualification to take patient bloods, blood pressure, ear syringing, vaccinations and immunisations and health checks

Practice Management

Mrs Mel Lindley (f)

Practice Manager


Mrs Lisa Howatson (f)


Mrs Rebecca Bottomore (f)

Your main point of contact with the Primary Health Care Team will be at the Reception desk. We pride ourselves in being courteous and cheerful at all times and endeavour to help and assist you whenever possible.

Mrs Kathryn Noble (f)
Ms Tracy Cooper (f)


Mrs Joanne Bainbridge (f)
Michelle Hill


Ms Nichola Butcher (f)

Community Midwives

Sister Helen Evans

Community Nurses

We have a team of district nurses who visit patients in their own homes and care for the sick in the community.
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