MB ChB (Sheffield 1988) MD DRCOG FRCGP
Specialist Interest: Cardiovascular Disease and Minor Surgery
BSc MB ChB (Liverpool 1993) MRCGP FRCS DCH DGM DRCOG PgDipSEM
Specialist Interest: Musculoskeletal Medicine, Sports and Exercise Medicine, Minor Surgery, Oncology, and Respiratory Disease.
MB Chb (Manchester 1996) MRCGP PG Cert Diabetes Mgt
Specialist Interest: Diabetes, Vulnerable Adults and Children.
BA BMBCh DCH MRCGP
Specialist Interest: Dermatology and Child Health.
BSc MB ChB (Manchester 1996) MRCGP
Specialist Interest: Dermatology, Respiratory Medicine, and Diabetes.
BSc MB BS (London 2009) MRCGP
Specialist Interest: Child Health.
MBBS ChB (Manipal India 2001) DRCOG DFSRH MRCGP
Specialist Interest: Child Health, Palliative Care, and Women's Health.
MB ChB (Glasgow 1997) DRCOG DFFP MRCGP
Specialist Interest: Women's Health, Child Health, and Palliative Care.
MB ChB (Liverpool 2010) MRCGP
Specialist Interest: Child Health and Women's Health
RGN DN ONC - Lead Nurse specialising in Triage, Minor Ailments, Respitatory Disease & Childhood Immunisations.
RN (Adult Nursing) - Senior Practice Nurse with a special interest in Diabetes & Travel Health.
RN (Child Nursing) - General Practice Nurse with a special interest in Childhood Immunisations.
RN (Adult Nursing) - General Practice Nurse with a special interest in Childhood Immunisations.
RN (Adult Nursing) - General Practice Nurse with a special interest in Diabetes & Travel Health.
Health Care Assistant - Diploma (Level 3)
Mrs Helen Hawthorne
Our practice manager leads a team of medicine management staff, medical secretaries, receptionists and administrative staff.
The midwife runs the antenatal clinics. She also makes home visits after the birth of the baby and is available for help and advice.
We work closely with our team of qualified nursing sisters and attached auxiliary nurses who work mainly in our patients’ homes caring for the chronically sick and elderly. You may contact the nurses on Macclesfield 616864.
A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.
The contact telephone number for the health visitors is Macclesfield 264083.
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