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The practice, including Dispensary, will be closed for mandatory training from 1:00pm on the following Wednesdays :

 10 October / 14 November 2018

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Practice Management

Jeanette Cawley

Practice Manager

I manage the day to day running of the practice, which includes staff management, recruitment, finance, dealing with maintenance issues, patient participation & complaints, working with other surgeries in the area plus anything else which comes my way!

Jude Rowley

Patient Service Manager

I manage the Reception, Dispensary and Admin Team - working with them to ensure a high quality of service for our patients. I am responsible for the Patient Reference Group - come and be a member and support us in how we can improve our surgery


Rachel Slater (f)

I am a Practice Administrator responsible for a range of centralised administrative duties for the practice to include dealing with patients & telephone answering to support front facing departments during busy times, organising communications with staff/patients, utilising IT systems for clinics and rotas and processing third party / patient records access requests.

Michelle Leather

Deals with Patient Notes summarising and also other aspects of Practice Administration.

Lindsey Smith (f)

Responsible for coding of medical notes and letters


The Reception Team will be your regular and first point of contact. Their aim is to be as helpful as possible and assist you to use our services.

Jacqui Kendal

Reception Team Manager

Jacqui oversees and manages all aspects of the busy Reception service. 

Tracey Barber
Angela Hawkins (f)
Tracy Siddell (f)
Sarah Hunter (f)
Karrie Connaughton (f)
Chris Richardson (f)
Emma Larkin


Diane Wake (f)

Medical Secretary

I am medical secretary to the doctors, typing all referral letters for patients, following up any review appointments & other chasing up as deemed necessary by the doctors.

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