|DR MARK J HILLIER
||BMedSci BM BS (Nottingham 1986)
|DR S SUKUMAR
||MBBS MRCGP (Tamil Nadu 1993)
|DR N O'LEARY
||BM BS 2011 Nottingham University
|DR E DOOLE
||MB ChB University of Liverpool
You may consult any doctor within the practice. The doctors provide medical, contraceptive, child health surveillance, maternity medical and minor surgery services.
The partners employ salaried GPs.
We also employ at various times within the practice an assistant doctor or locum doctors during holidays or sickness.
Whilst the practice will endeavour to comply with the right of patients to express a preference of practitioner, this might not always be possible and if that were the case, an explanation would be offered.
Julie Gordon is the Practice Manager, who will deal with the day to day running of the practice, and would be only too pleased to hear any comments patients may have regarding the surgery.
Deputy Practice Manager
Denise Mason is the Deputy Practice Manager, and can deal with any general problems from patients.
Nicola Straw is the reception supervisor. If you have any queries, suggestions or problems regarding reception please contact Nicola who will be only too please to help.
The reception staff have a thankless task. They have to organise the doctors and other professional staff, deal with demanding and sometimes distressed patients and look cheerful and sound pleasant all at the same time. They always try hard to be calm, efficient and helpful.
If they've succeeded, tell them! If they haven't, tell the manager!
The clerical staff have an important role behind the scenes. They deal with referrals, repeat prescriptions, filing, insurance reports etc, and generally ensure the smooth running of the practice. All our staff are trained in keeping all information about you strictly confidential.
Sister G Ward BMedSci (Hons) Sheffield RN RM
Sister D Gleadall Senior
Sister M Fereday qualifications Advance diploma in adult nursing, and a Degree in Nursing studies
Sister R Mootyen Nursing Adult BSC (Honors)
The practice also employs two healthcare assistants: Julie and Amy.
They provide expert nursing in your home, assess your health needs, offer advice on any matter of health concern, and provide continuing care after discharge from hospital.
They deal with child healthcare, health promotion and child protection issues. Health visitors can be contacted directly on (01709) 336231 at Rawmarsh and (01709) 336451 at Thorpe Hesley.
They provide antenatal care at our clinic, antenatal classes, advice on hospital facilities and postnatal care for you and your baby when you get home.
They provide specialist advice on palliative are, support to patient and family in the home, daycare and volunteer practical help and bereavement counselling.
Community Psychiatric Nurses
They are specialist nurses who deal with the areas of anxiety, depression, dementia and mental illness.