Practice Staff


•Dr S P Wild – Senior Partner – Qualifications: MB ChB.DCH Manchester 1986 – Special Interests: Hypertension and associated disorders

•Dr N M Malik – Partner – Qualifications: MB ChB Birmingham 1990 – Special Interests: Heart disease and associated disorders, minor surgery joint injections.

•Dr M N S Nassralla – Partner – Qualifications: MB BCh.Cairo 1980, FRCS Dublin 1990 – Special Interests: Respiratory diseases, Surgery

•Dr M Stewart – Partner – Qualifications: MB ChB Birmingham 1996, MRCGP 2005 – Special Interests: Women’s Health, and is also an Assistant Medical Referee for Gornal Crematorium.

•Dr T Samuylova – Salaried GP – Qualifications: MBBS Moscow 1993, MRCGP 2010, PhD in Medicine 1999

Dr D Lam – Salaried GP 

Nursing Team

  • Lisa Millar – Nurse Practitioner
  • Deborah Smith – Advanced Nurse Practitioner
  • Paul Berry – Advanced Nurse Practitioner
  • Pamela Antill – Practice Nurse
  • Debbie Smith – Practice Nurse 

Healthcare Assistants

  • Gillian Turner
  • Joanne Gallagher
  • Laura Bate 

Practice Manager

  • Lynn Britton

Practice Administration Staff

  • Marie Copage – Information Services Supervisor
  • Sue Hubble – Secretary
  • Julie Jones – Administrator
  • Stephanie Darby – Data Auditor
  • Laura Bate – IT Administrator
  • Vikki Webb Reception Supervisor
  • Angela Philpott – Receptionist
  • Pamela Homer – Receptionist
  • Diane Tighe – Receptionist
  • Lisa Riese – Receptionist / Administrator
  • Deborah Brown – Reception / Administrator
  • Megan Brown – Practice Apprentice
  • Lucy Cambridge – Practice Apprentice
  • CQC Report

  • Practice News

    Named GP for every patient
    Every patient in our practice has a named/usual GP who will be accountable for their care, although patients have the choice to see different doctors.

    Mobile Numbers
    Please check we have your mobile numbers on record so we can send you appointment reminders. You can also use the service to cancel your appointments.

    Pharmacy First
    Your local Pharmacy can give you help and advice about your health and well-being. Minor conditions can often be dealt with by a pharmacist without a prescription and without the need to see a doctor. They may be able to advise you on the most suitable treatment, which may include an over-the-counter medicine.

    Electronic Prescriptions
    Your prescriptions can now be sent electronically from the surgery to your nominated pharmacy.

    This means you will not have to make a return journey to the surgery to collect your paper repeat prescription. Simply order your prescription in the usual way. Your medication will be ready for collection from the pharmacy usually within 2-3 working days.

    Speak to a member off staff at the surgery or a pharmacy.

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