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MBChB DRCOG DCCH
Served as a GP for 34 years since November 1981
Special Interests: Paediatrics, gynaecology, obstetrics
Special Interests: Learning disabilities, care of the elderly and diabetes.
MRCPI MRCGP DPD MSOM
Special Interests: Generalist
MB ChB ATLS DCH DRCOG
Special interests: Musculoskeletal medicine/rheumatology, sports medicine, acupuncture, diabetes, men's health and care of the elderly.
MBChB FRCGP FIMC.RCSEd MRCSEd DCH
Special Interests: Men's Health, gastroenterology, emergency and urgent medicine, clinical management.
MBChB MRCGP (2016)
MBchB, MRCGP, BMedSci, MSc Sports and Exercise Medicine, DFSRH
BMBS BSc (Hons)
Tracy is our Lead Practice Nurse
Our Practice nurses are highly skilled and have been trained to provide a wide range of nursing and paramedical services, including health promotion (e.g. hypertension screening, family surveillance, over 75 checks1, well man/woman checks, new patient medical checks, lifestyle management and advice on weight and alcohol consumption), chronic disease management, travel advice and vaccination, phlebotomy (including INR monitoring), cervical cytology and breast examination for women and, in conjunction with the doctors, prostate screening for men.
Specialised annual review clinics for patients with a history of coronary heart disease, stroke, diabetes, asthma or COPD are run jointly with the doctors.
Lynne is our Assistant Practice Manager
Debbie is our Reception Manager
Sarah is our Senior Receptionist
Alison is our Senior Receptionist
The secretarial team deal with referrals and hospital appointment queries.
They also deal with insurance company and solicitors requests.
My name is Jill and I am a Physician Associate (PA). If you require an appointment at the surgery you may be offered an appointment with me rather than one of the GPs.
PAs are a relatively new member of the clinical team, seen as complementary to GPs, rather than a substitute, taking on certain areas of workload and helping to free GPs to focus on the more complex patient cases.
PAs have a generalist medical education and work alongside doctors providing medical care in both GP surgeries and hospitals. We can work autonomously, but always under the supervision of a fully trained and experienced doctor.
Currently, PAs are not able to prescribe, order X-rays or CT scans but this can be done under a supervising doctor.
More information can be found on the Faculty of Physician Associates website.
Our midwife deals with all matters relating to pregnancy, delivery and post-natal care. She visits the surgery once a week. Most confinements are arranged on a 'shared care' basis involving a choice, which may include your GP, the Midwife and the Hospital Obstetrician. Appointments can be made by the receptionists.
For 24 hour advice please phone 0114 2268091.
Expectant or post natal mums can contact her at the Community Office on 0114 2268301 based at the Jessop Wing.
All of our patients are now cared for by the Sheffield District Nursing Team which is based at our surgery. They provide care for the housebound, elderly and patients who have been recently discharged from hospital. They can be contacted by telephone on: 0114 226 4100 (24 hour service).
Occupational Health Advisor
Kieran Dowling is our occupational health advisor and holds clinics fortnightly on Wednesday afternoon.