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Doctors and Staff

We are four GPs who work in partnership as a group. You do not have to see the doctor you are registered with

Dr Kofoworola Okunribido MBBS MRCPCH DRCOG MRCGP


Dr Mandeep Chander MBChB MRCGP DRCOG

Dr Riaz Ahmed MBBS MRCGP DPD (Dermatology)

Practice Manager

Rachel Johnson

Consulting Manager

Louise Paul

Reception Team Leader

Jodie Howells


Lindsay Stevens
Sue Simkiss
Anne Moylan
Caron Cope
Zoe Kruczek
Abigail Stevens
Lynda Phidd
Sam Taylor

Administrative Team

Tracey Whitehouse
Janet Marshall
Soriya Begum
Kay Moszuti
Sam Taylor
Jean Dell

Apprentice – Hab Rahman


Gayna Tapper
Susan Millward

Practice Nurses

Lead Nurse Kay Cash
Toni Unsworth

Healthcare Assistant

Catherine Moylan

Attached Staff

We work closely with other health care professionals, some of whom run clinics from the surgery but are not employed by us

District Nurses

Contact number: (01922) 605752

Health Visitor

The number to contact them is (01922) 605900


A midwife runs clinics from the surgery twice weekly to provide both antenatal and postnatal care

Community Psychiatric Nurse (CPN)

A CPN runs a clinic on a weekly basis from the surgery


The practice has long been established as a training practice and is committed to the education and training of health care professionals including doctors, nurses and, occasionally, medical students. We can have up to two GP Registrars attached to the practice and one Foundation Programme doctor. Registrars are fully qualified doctors who have had extensive hospital experience. They work under our supervision in general practice to gain the experience they need to become independent General Practitioners. Foundation Programme is a 2 year programme designed to help bridge the gap between medical school and higher speciality training

Video Consultations

As a training aid, doctors sometimes video tape their consultations to assess their performance. You may be asked if it is acceptable to you to have your consultation recorded. If you agree you will be asked to sign a consent form. If you are not happy you can ask for the camera to be switched off at any time. Any physical examination will be performed off camera, although the sound recording will remain on. The tapes are used for training purposes only and erased after viewing. Confidentiality is maintained at all times

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