In addition to our GP partners, we also have a number of other highly trained professionals to help you manage your health. These include;

GP Partners


Dr Sanjay Shyamapant (m)

MB BCh (Wales 1995), MRCGP, PGD-Dermatology, PGD-Diabetic Medicine

Special Interests: Diabetic Medicine

GMC 4197069


Associate GP's

In addition to the GP partners, we also employ a number of other qualified GP's.


Dr Annalisa Clark (f)


Special Interests: Women's Health, Care of the Elderly and Palliative Care

GMC 4307495


Dr Jane Jenyon (f)

BSc (Hons) MBBS (UCL 2008) MRCGP (2017) DFSRH (2012)

GMC 7021085


Dr Richard Tilson (m)

BMBS (University of Nottingham 2012) MRCGP

Special Interests: Population Health Management

GMC 7285182


Dr Ruth Macleod (f)

BMBS (University of Southampton 2014) MRCGP

GMC 7455241


Dr Celia Cotton (f)

MBBS (University of Newcastle upon Tyne 2014) MRCGP

GMC 7436481

Special Interests: Women's Health and Menopause Medicine


Dr Kate Barry (f)

MBBS (University of London 2006) MRCGP

GMC 6143138


GP Registrars

As a training practice, we also help train the next generation of GP's. 

A GP Registrar is a fully qualified, registered doctor, undertaking advanced training to specialise in General Practice.

All GP registrars, have completed their 2 years of preregistration in hospital and been approved by the General Medical Council (GMC) prior to joining us.

Advanced Nurse Practitioners (ANPs)

Our ANPs are able to see patients with undiagnosed, undifferentiated medical conditions and make treatment decisions, including ordering any necessary investigations.  They can prescribe medication and refer patients to secondary care, as well as help patients to manage their long-term (chronic) conditions.

Nicola Phelps (f)

Julie Hicks (f)

Emma Hunt (f)


Practice Nurses 

Our Practice Nurses are able to offer services and advice relating to vaccinations and immunisations, family planning and sexual health, smoking cessation and managing long-term conditions.  They can also manage minor and complex wounds including leg ulcers.

Donna Butler (f) - Senior Practice Nurse
Pauline Njeri Odame (f) 
Alice Dean (f)


Assistant Practitioners

Our Assistant Practitioners specialise in areas including daibetes, wound management and respiratory conditions.  They are able to help patients manage their long-term conditions and help prevent hospital admissions.

Kay Gray (f)


Healthcare Assistants (HCAs)

Our HCAs are trained to undertake specific clinical procedures including blood pressure and new patient checks, health promotion, urinalysis, weight and height recording and phlebotomy (blood tests).

Cali Wood (f)



Our Phlebotomists take blood samples from patients for examination in a laboratory.

Caroline Webster (f)
Hannah Ramsay (f)

Clinical Pharmacists

Our Clinical Pharmacists are highly qualified experts in medicines and can help people in a number of ways, included carrying out structured medication reviews for patients with ongoing health problems and offerring advice for those taking multiple medicines. 

Evelyne Beech (f) PCN

Carolyn Parikos (f) PCN


Pharmacy Technicians

Our Pharmacy Technicians are an integral part of the Pharmacy team. They support with a range of medication related tasks that vary in complexity. They include managing medication requests, checking discharges and clinic letters and undertaking PCN wide audits and managing the monitoring of high risk drugs.

Aleksandra Green (f) PCN

Social Prescribing Link Workers

Our Social Prescribing Link Workers help patients to improve their health, wellbeing and social welfare by connecting them to community services which might be run by the council or a local charity. 

Adults - Linzi Worrall & Alice Knibbs  PCN

Young People - Clare Eccles PCN



Emergency Care Practitioners (ECPs)

Our Emergency Care Practitioners are trained paramedics that carry out urgent home visits, ensuring that patients are seen more quickly by skilled staff trained to an advanced level.

Jules Conner (m) PCN

Roy Wagstaff (m) PCN



Community Midwives

All of our pregnant patients will be cared for during their pregnancy by a Community Midwife. Usually, antenatal appointments will be held at the surgery and, in most cases, your Community Midwife will be the lead professional caring for you; this is called Midwife Led Care. 

Nicky Hennell (f)