Our Staff

GP Partners

DR ELIZABETH CHURCH (F)

MBChB, DRCOG, MRCGP, DFFP

Usual days: Monday - Friday

DR KIM COOKE (F)

MBChB, DRCOG,, DFFP

Usual days: Monday, Wednesday & Thursdays

DR MARY MCKENZIE (F)

MRCGP, BChB, BSc, DFSRH, PGCCE

Working days Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

DR KATHARINE STOODLEY (F)

MBChB, DRCOG, MRCGP,

Usual working days: Monday & Tuesday

Partner

TAMSIN PASANISI-COOLING (F)

Managing Partner Non-Clinical MIGPM

PA to Practice Manager

JOANNE COX

Salaried GPs

DR KANMI BADMUS (M)

MBChB, MRCGP

Usual Days Wednesday, Thursday & Friday

DR AYOTUNDE DALUMO (M)

MD, MRCGP

Usual Days Tuesday & Friday

DR PHILIPPA GRANT (F)

BA, MBChB, RCGP

Usual days: Monday, Wednesday & Thursday.

DR LOUISE REYNOLDS (F)

DRCOG, MRCGP, DCH, BM

Usual days: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.

DR NICOLA STAINTON (F)

MBChB, MRCGP

Usual Days Monday, Thursday & Friday

GP Registrars

Whittington Moor Surgery is an approved training practice and is committed to providing an environment for learning and personal development. Dr Church, Dr Stoodley and Dr McKenzie are approved GP Trainers with the Chesterfield GP Training Programme. GP Registrars and Medical Students are a very welcome part of our medical team and we value their contribution to the practice and the stimulus they provide. Being a training practice means we have met the required standards to provide training for the future doctors of General Practice. The GP Registrar is fully qualified and is able to make diagnoses and offer treatment as any GP is able to. At the end of each surgery one of the experienced GP's goes through any difficulties the GP registrar may have had, to help with their training. Sometimes the GP registrar will ask one of the experienced GP's to come and see the patient as well, if they are unsure about something. An essential component of training in all medical practice is the use of video and joint consultations. We hope that all our patients will be willing to take part in these educational surgeries to help us all in improving and maintaining our medical and consultation skills. All video recordings are strictly confidential and are used for teaching only. If you feel uncomfortable about this, please inform the receptionist who can arrange for you to be seen alone.

DR NIKESH BHATT (M)

DR SAIMA NAVEED (F)

DR JAMES LAY (M)

DR ROBIN HEXT (F)

Nurses

HOPE MARSDEN (F)

KAREN WALLER (LEAD NURSE)

RGN. Nurse Prescriber. BSc Hons Management of long term conditions

GEORGIA ROOKE

GP Assistant

JANE BAGNALL

Healthcare Assistants

Jen, Sarah, Sara and Aysha all work part-time and see patients for their annual reviews, ECG's, Ear Syringing and administer some vaccinations. They form part of the nursing team and chaperone in some GP clinics also.

JENNIFER BEASTALL

SARAH HATTERSLEY

SARA MACHIN

Practice Management

HELEN PROUD

Operations Manager

Reception

The receptionists are here to help you, and to assist in the efficient running of the surgery for the benefit of all patients. Please be assured of their highest regard for the confidentiality of your care, and should they request it please give them as much information as possible at all times. The reception/administration team comprises: Regan (Admin Supervisor) Vicki, Lindsey, Ally, Holly, Shanice, Sophie, Louise and Claire

Prescription Team

Karen (Supervisor), Jacquie & Jenny

Secretarial Team

Elaine and Clare.

Primary Care Network

The practice is part of Chesterfield & Dronfield Primary Care Network (PCN). PCNs are groups of GP practices working closely together along with other healthcare staff and organisations, providing integrated services to the local population. Community Nurse Practitioner Lois delivers increased complex health and care to patients in the community for patients living with multiple conditions. Social Prescribers - Karen, Rob & Sam who connect patients with local community activities and services that can help improve their health and wellbeing. PCN Pharmacists - Munashe & Alex provide primary support for prescription/medication queries and medication reviews Training Nurse Associate - Aysha works alongside our Practice Nursing team, contributing to the delivery of excellent patient care.

Community Nurses

Direct telephone number for our district nurses: 01246 457754. The District Nursing team offer professional advice and support and have expertise in wound care management, palliative care/end of life care and continence promotion. They are involved in assessing and planning the care needed by people in their own homes.

Health Visitors

Direct Contact Number: 01246 515255. Health Visitors are qualified nurses who have specialised training in promoting good health. They provide a core programme to children under five years of age, and their families on a wide range of health related matters. They monitor the development of babies and children, and work closely with other agencies.