Practice Management

The Practice Manager is involved in managing all of the business aspects of the practice such as making sure that the right systems are in place to provide a high quality of patient care, human resources, finance, patient safety, premises and equipment and information technology. The practice manager supports the GP's and other medical professionals with delivering patient services and also helps to develop extended services to enhance patient care.

Mr Tyronn Tate

Practice Manager


Miss Ellie Hawksworth (f)

Mrs Kay Smith (f)

Nurse Admin Clerk

Mrs Yasmin Akhtar (f)


Receptionists (also known as Care Navigators), are specially trained to know about the care and services available to you. They will listen and talk to you in confidence about your health problem, to understand your needs so they can book you an appointment with the correct healthcare professional or service. They issue repeat prescriptions, deal with prescription enquiries, deal with financial claims, deal with patient records and carry out searches and practice audits.

They can help you; get seen as soon as possible, know whether self-referral is available for certain services to help you be dealt with efficiently, make appointments for new kinds of care or new services you may not be aware of and are a gateway between you and communicating with GP's, Nurses and other healthcare professionals. 

Mrs Sherrill Millward (f)

Reception Team Supervisor

Mrs Jill Neville (f)

Miss Leah Furniss (f)

Miss Kirsty Kirkby (f)

Miss Connie Grice (f)

Ms Maggie Gorzelak (f)

Miss Keeley Hunt (f)

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Miss Jackie Fothergill (f)

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Miss Jessica Bright (f)

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Miss Stacey Potts (f)


Secretaries perform secretarial duties such as utilising specific knowledge of medical terminology and hospital and clinics. Duties include; creating letters founded by GP's dictations, creating referrals, arranging certain hospital appointments, creating invoices for reports, organisation of new patient registrations and patient deductions. 

Mrs Jeanette Wainwright (f)

Miss Gabby Jessop (f)

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