DR SUSAN FROST
I qualified at Leicester 1991 where I worked before moving to Manchester. I then became a GP Partner at Station House Surgery. My qualifications include MB ChB DFFP, Member of RCGP, Cumbria NHS Maternity List, Child Surveillance List. I have special interests in Family Planning including coil fitting, Women's Health and Learning Disabilities. I am also proud to be a trainer for the next generation of GPs. I lead on HR, Nursing Services and represent the practice on the Kendal Primary Care Network. My interests outside of work include cycling and walking with our family dog.
DR ANDREW HOLME
I qualified at Liverpool in 1993 and worked in Standish, Wigan before becoming a GP Partner at Station House Surgery. My qualifications include MBCLB, Cumbria NHS Maternity List, Minor Surgery List and Child Surveillance List. As a Partner I have additional roles in the practice performing minor surgery and joint injections and am Lead GP for Safeguarding as well as Care Homes. I am also involved with the Kendal Primary Care Network. In my spare time I enjoy keeping fit by competing in Triathlons.
DR DAVID COWLING
I completed a degree in Graduate Entry Medicine at Nottingham University in 2008, after completing my first degree in Geography. I have worked as a GP in Finland and then Morecambe before moving to Station House Surgery in September 2017. I became a GP Partner in April 2019. I am the Lead GP for Medicines Management and Research and the Deputy Lead for Safeguarding. Most of my spare time is taken up by my young family but, when time allows, I try to keep fit by running and cycling.
DR SHEONA SWEENEY
I qualified at Edinburgh in 2014 where I worked as a Doctor. I then went on to undertake further GP training in Lancaster and the local area. I joined Station House Surgery as a Salaried GP in 2019. My qualifications include MBChB, DFSRH, and is a Member of the RCGP. I have a special interest in Women's Health and Family Planning. In my free time I enjoy fell walking, cycling, yoga and spending time with friends and family.
DR MICHELLE CREED
I qualified in 2008 from Newcastle university and then spent a year in New Zealand after house jobs working as a doctor in Invercargill. I initially undertook training in obstetrics and gynaecology before realising that general practice was the speciality I wanted to follow. My qualifications are: MRCOG, DFSRH and am a member of the RCGP. I have a specialist interest in women's health, lifestyle medicine and promotion of men's health. In my free time I love outdoor swimming, yoga, cycling and fell running (when I am not injured!)
DR CHRISTINE KING
I studied medicine at Imperial College, London, and qualified as a doctor in 2004, and then proceeded to complete my GP training in London, in 2008. I worked as a GP in Kent and East Sussex prior to moving up to this area of the country earlier this year, for a lifestyle change, and more dog walking! I have diplomas in women’s and children’s health, and am a member of the RCGP.
DR ALLAN YOUNG
I qualified in Sheffield University in 2014 and continued to work as a doctor in Yorkshire. Keen to increase my breadth of medicine I spent some years working in various places including New Zealand and the Orkney Islands. I completed GP training in 2022 and am excited to be part of the Station House Surgery team. In my spare time I love enjoying the outdoors.
GP Practice Pharmacist
I am qualified Registered Nurse and am currently a Research Nurse. Prior to this I was a Practice Nurse at the surgery. I work alongside Dr Cowling (Research Lead GP) inviting and recruiting patients to approved research projects. I may contact you in regard to a research project the practice is involved with. Research is about finding new knowledge that can lead to changes and improvements in treatments and patient care therefore it is an important aspect of NHS work. All the research we are involved with is carried out under the banner of the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) North West Coast Clinical Research Network.
I studied nursing at the University of Northumbria and qualified in 2013. Before Practice Nursing I worked in a medical assessment suite in Newcastle before moving to Kendal. My day to day here at the surgery includes wound care, smears, injections, and contraception advice. I also assist the GP's in completing annual reviews for conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and asthma.
I studied Nursing at the University of Hull and qualified in 2015. Since then, I have worked as a Nurse on surgical wards, in Operating Theatres/Recovery, District Nursing and now my current role as a Practice Nurse at Station House Surgery. I completed my Masters Degree in Oncology at the University of Chester before moving to work in Kendal. In my current role as a Practice Nurse, I am involved in wound care, injections/immunisations, contraception, bloods and ECG's. I am currently completing my training to do smears and Chronic Disease Management where I will be more involved in annual reviews for conditions such as diabetes, asthma, COPD and high blood pressure.
Assistant Practitioner/Health Care Assistant
Karen is a very experienced Assistant Practitioner and has been with the Surgery since 2003. Karen specialises in Venepuncture, Blood Pressure, ECGs, Immunisations & Vaccinations, Dressings and wound care, New Patient Medicals, NHS Health checks, lifestyle advice as well as providing invaluable support in the management of long term conditions Assists in Coronary Heart Disease and Diabetic clinics, Diabetic Foot Screening Clinics, Vaccinations (Flu and Pneumococcal only), suture removal, wound care and dressings.
Carol joined the practice as a Health care Assistant (HCA) in 2008 and carries out the following procedures: Blood Tests, Blood Pressure Checks, ECGs, Routine Health Screening, NHS health checks, Assists with clinics
Deputy Practice Manager
Data, Quality & Project Manager