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Medical Students

Medical students and Nursing students attend the practice from time to time. We hope that you will co-operate with us and help the students to learn about general practice. However, you will be informed of their presence in advance, and if you do not want them to be present at a consultation, your wishes will be respected. This will not affect your treatment in any way.

Practice Management


Anna is responsible for all financial matters in the practice, which includes practice budgets, payrolls etc.  She is also involved with decision making with the Doctors on all matters that concern the running of the Health Centre.  Any complaints/suggestions should be addressed to Anna who will bring them to the attention of the Doctors if she is not able to resolve them herself.


Dawn deputises for Anna in her absence and is also assists in the smooth running of the Health Centre as well as ensuring the GP's and staff are kept up to date with policies and procedures. Dawn is responsible for supervising the admin staff at the practice and ensuring reception runs smoothly. Dawn oversees the recruitment and training for admin staff and the on-going development of IT in the practice.


Mrs Frances Jones
Frances' role as admin assistant covers the daily scanning of patient correspondence. She also oversees the flow of patient notes when patients register or move away.  Frances also covers reception when required.
Mrs Tracey Murton

Tracey is a practice administrator who also works as a receptionist.



Sheila is part of the reception team at the Health Centre


Caroline is part of the reception team at the Health Centre.


Tessa is part of the reception team at the Health Centre.


Susan is part of the reception team at the Health Centre

Kelly (f)

Kelly is our Reception Team Leader, she also looks after the IT within the practice.



Lorraine's main role as Medical Secretary involves typing the referral letters to secondary care.  She is also involved in other administrative tasks including helping on the reception desk when required.

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