|Dr Robert Stephen Harvey
||MB BCh (Cardiff 1994)
|Dr Muhammad Nawaz
||BSc MBBS FRCS (Lahore 1993)
Dr Janet Davies
MB BCh MRCGP (University of Wales 1980)
Dr Chloe James
Dr Alison Colville
Dr Kulsum Rampling
MB ChB (University of Warwick 2012)
MBChB MRCGP LFHom (MED) FRACGP (University of Manchester 2010)
Mb BCh, DHC, MPH, FFPH, DFSRH (Wales 1999)
Each of our doctors has a particular interest or interests in certain areas of medical practice. These are as follows:
||diabetes and cardiology
||neurology, minor surgery, headaches, back and neck pain
||women's health, contraception
paliative care, epilepsy, cancer
Sexual Health, Travel medicine
Women's health, contraception
Dr Harvey works 3 days per week, Tuesday and Wednesday and then alternates Monday's and Fridays
Dr Nawaz works 3 days per week, Tuesday and Wednesday and then alternates Monday's and Fridays
Dr James works Monday, Thursday and Friday
Dr Colville works Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday morning
Dr Rampling works Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Dr Davies works Monday, Wednesday and Thursday
The Practice Staff
Tracey Rymer is our Practice Manager and is responsible for the overall operation of the practice. This includes management of all staff in the practice, and patients' complaints. Tracey also looks after all financial matters.
In addition, Tracey provides the liaison between the practice and other NHS organisations such as the Hertfordshire and South Midlands Local Area Team, local Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), NHS Nene CCG and acute hospital trusts.
Rachel Pratley is our reception manager she oversee's the day to day running of reception and is the line manger to the reception staff, Rachel has recently taken on the role of Health & Safety officer.
Our practice secretaries are responsible for providing secretarial support to all practitioners. If any patient has a query regarding hospital referrals, whether NHS or private, they should be directed to the secretaries.
The practice receptionists are our patients' first point of contact with the practice and are in charge of the appointment system (all appointments whether made in person or on the telephone should be made through them). They provide a link between the practice and other elements of the health service.
Our Dispensers co-ordinate the repeat prescribing system under the doctor's supervision. Please ensure any queries relating to medication are made through them on the dedicated telephone line.
Gaby Sangha will have telephone appointments available each day where she is able to triage to make sure you are seen by the most appropriate practitioner, she will run clinics for long term diseases, she is able to carry out medication reviews and prescribe medication.
Our two nurses at the surgery, Amy Tayte and Holly Gardner run chronic disease clinics such as those for COPD and diabetes, carry out general nursing duties and offer other clinic services such as our well man and well woman clinics.
Health Care Assistants
Our healthcare assistants are available daily to take patient blood samples as required. This service is available by appointment only - please contact reception to arrange an appointment. Our healthcare assistants also undertake a variety of other clinic services for example dressings, smoking cessation advice and ear syringing.
The local district nurses are responsible for the continuing nursing care of patients in their own homes. They carry out their duties whilst liaising closely with the practice. Please contact the surgery to obtain their current contact number.
Health visitors are responsible for the care of families in the community, children especially from birth up to school age. Please contact the surgery to obtain their current contact number.
Our community midwife holds a regular clinic each week. Please telephone reception to arrange an appointment.