Meet the Team
Doctor Ian Knight
MB., BS., MRCGP., BSc
Doctor Sola Osindero
MB., BS., MRCGP., DRCOG
Doctor Russell Hall
MB., ChB., DRCOG., DCH., DFFP., MRCGP., MBA.
Doctor Susan Coxall
Doctor Sarah Irvine
MB., ChB., MRCGP., DRCOG
Doctor Dinesha Fernando
MBBS., MRCGP., CCT., DFSRH.
Doctor MaryAnn Nwizu
Doctor Eleanor Jones
MRCGP, BMBS, MSc
Doctor Sam Moorcroft
MBBS BSc MRCGP
Nurse Sue Brinkler - Practice Nurse
The practice manager is responsible for the day to day management of the practice.
She is happy to receive your views and suggestions about the service offered by the practice and will carefully consider any suggestions you have for improvement in the standard of care we offer.
Clinical Pharmacy Team
We have a team of Clinical Pharmacists and a Pharmacy Technician in the practice who lead the medicine managers and repeat prescribing clerks. The pharmacists work closely with the GPs on a daily basis. They are responsible for regular medicine safety audits and changes recommended by the local CCG.. Medication reviews are available with a clinical pharmacist upon receipt of a letter and are by telephone appointment.
Receptionist / Administrators:
The receptionists are your link to the doctors and nurses and as such play an important part in ensuring that you receive the best possible service. We have 21 receptionists / Administrators.
They are there to help you, the more information you can give with regard to your needs the better they will be able to do this.
The administrative staff are responsible for the many tasks that need to be carried out on a daily basis to ensure the smooth running of the practice.
The tasks they perform include: liaising with hospitals, sending referral letters, updating records, co-ordinating clinics, etc.
Associated with but not directly employed or managed by the practice
District Nursing Team:
The district nurses supply nursing care at home to patients of all ages within the community. This includes those recently discharged from hospital and the housebound. They also give advice and support at home to the terminally ill.
The health visiting team may be contacted regarding the promotion of health in all age groups. They also provide support for families in all areas of child development and promote positive parenting.
The community midwives offer advice to patients on all aspects of ante natal and post natal care. Clinics are run on a weekly basis.