Dr. Katherine Savile
MB. ChB. (Manchester 1997), MSc. DRCOG. DFFP, MRCGP
Dr. Tom Rigby
MB. BS (London 2004) MRCGP
Dr. Matthew Taylor
MB. ChB. (Manchester 1998)
Dr. Paul Bishop
MBChB (Edinburgh 1997) MRCS, MRCGP, PG Dip (Cardiology)
Dr Jo-an Hammersley
MBChB (Manchester 1997) DRCOG
Our Practice Nurses
Sister Janet Matthews
State Enrolled Nurse, Registered Nurse, ENB Diabetes
Sister Beverley Sears
RGN, BA (hons), Diploma Asthma, COPD, Family Planning
Sister Jane Stanyer
RGN, Diploma of Nursing, Asthma Diploma, Specialist Practitioner in Practice Nursing, Nurse Prescriber
Our three practice nurses may be seen by appointment. They are involved in the running of health promotion clinics and chronic disease management. This encompasses well person clinics, cholesterol monitoring, childhood immunisations and the day to day management of patients with chronic conditions such as diabetes, asthma, respiratory disease and coronary heart disease. Appointments are also available for travel consultations and vaccinations, advice on contraception, advice on menopause, cervical smears, minor ailments and ear care and syringing.Telephone consultations are available at the end of morning surgeries.
Our Practice Team
The reception staff are here to help you. They have a very difficult job to do with telephone calls and enquiries from every direction. Please be patient. When you call the receptionist may ask you for a few details. They have been trained to make these enquiries so that we can help you in the most appropriate way. They look after repeat prescriptions.
Deputy Practice Manager
Assists the Practice Manager.
Co-ordinate the referrals for patients to hospital consultants and other services such as physiotherapy, counselling and x-rays.
The manager is responsible for all office administration and for the smooth running of the practice.
Other – Housekeeper