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M.B. Ch.B.(Leeds 1988)
Full-Time Senior Partner qaualified in Leeds in 1988. He offers the full range of medical services including minor surgery, child health surveillance, depression management and has a special interest in substance abuse. He was a member of the TV series Jimmy's when he was shadowed by a camera crew for his final year exams.
M.B. Ch.B. (Dundee 1988)
Part-Time Salaried GP qualified in Dundee in 1988. She offers the full range of medical services and has a special interest in women's health and teenage health issues.
M.B.CH.B (Sheffield 1997)
Part time GP Partner, Dr Grunsell qualified in Sheffield in 1992. She offers a full range of medical services and has a special interest in teenage health, womens health and family planning. She is also interested in Rheumatology.
The practice nurses are available by appointment for blood pressure checks, dressings, removing stitches, ear syringing, taking specimens, performing cervical smears, new patient health checks, asthma checks, contraception advice, repeat prescriptions and to give general advice on minor ailments and health care.
Anne is responsible for the overall smooth running and organisation of the practice, and to manage the financial side of the practice. She will be happy to hear your comments - both good and bad.
Our 12 receptionists, led by the practice manager, are fully trained and, at times, have a difficult job to do. They are there to help you get the best service from us, to organise the doctors' schedules and to help them with administration. At all times, they are carrying out the doctors' instructions and their advice follows strict practice guidelines. Anything that is discussed with the receptionist or any other member of the team is treated in strict confidence. You have a right to be treated courteously and our receptionists also have the right to be treated courteously by you.
If you wish to discuss something in private, we can offer a degree of privacy in a separate office. Please ask to use this office if your enquiry is of a sensitive nature.