Our staff will be courteous and respectful at all times and will endeavour to help you to the best of their ability, although they may need to refer you to another department or member of the team to deal with your enquiry. They understand that patients are often worried or under stress when attending or telephoning the surgery.

The Practice supports the NHS policy of zero tolerance with regard to any form of abuse, be it physical or verbal, to doctors, staff or others on the Practice premises or other location where treatment may take place. In extreme cases the police may be summoned to remove offenders from the Practice premises. Persons abusing this policy risk removal from the Practice list.

Nurse Practitioners

Our Nurse Practitioners are available for consultations for a full range of health management and disease prevention issues and they run surgeries alongside the GPs. They are able to diagnose and treat patients as  independent, autonomous practitioners and they are both independent prescribers.

Jane Wardle (f)

RGN, PG Dip (Advanced Prof Practice),  BSc (Hons) Nurse Practitioner, Diplomas in Asthma Care, Family Planning, COPD and Diabetes and Insulin Management. Independent Prescriber.

Deborah Roberts (f)
Sarah McPherson (f)


The nursing team is involved in many aspects of patient care including minor injuries, immunisations, travel advice, family planning, cervical smears, dressings, removal of stitches, health care checks, blood tests, blood pressure checks, asthma and diabetes care. The team are available by appointment every weekday.

Sarah Carbonaro (f)

RGN, Dip in Asthma Care, Anticoagulation Specialist

Melonie Milne (f)

Practice Nurse

Rhian Culley (f)


Helen Pugh (f)

RGN, Dip in Asthma Care.

Jacqui Byrne (f)

RGN, Dip in Asthma Care.

Mandy Rinder (f)


Heather Huckle

Practice Nurse

Barbara Gall (f)

Health Practitioners

Dave Edwards (m)

Specialist Paramedic

Healthcare Assistants

Marina Borkovic (f)


Alison Townsend (f)

Lead HCA


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