DR JACQUELINE GRAINGER
MB ChB (Leicester 1994) MRCGP
DR JESSICA ANGUS
MBChB (Sheffield 2007) MRCGP 2012
DR BHARAT KANDIKONDA
Physician (Med Dip) National Medical University, Kiev, 2003, MRCGP, GPwSI Rheumatology, MRCGP 2012
DR LORNA GREEN
MRCGP 02/08/2016, MBBS 01/08/2011 Newcastle University, BSc Hons in Molecular Medicine 25/06/2008, Durham University
DR NAVEED AZAM
DR LISA COOLEY
DR SAJJAD NABI
We are a training practice, therefore your appointment may be booked with one of our Registrars, they are fully qualified Doctors but are working towards a General Practitioner qualification.
The nurses run several clinics including the Well Person clinic, HRT clinic, Diabetic clinic and Asthma clinic as well as their daily work in the treatment room. They also undertake, at the doctors discretion, follow up care of contraception for women, hypertension, and other chronic illnesses.
Practice nurse - Nurse prescriber
Practice Business Manager - C.M.S., D.M.S., Dip. in Primary Health Care Management
Assistant Practice Manager
Our Admin team consists of
1 x It lead,
1 x It/admin support officer,
1 x Finance Officer
8 x Patient service Administrators
Senior Clinical care co-ordinator
First Contact Practitioner - Physiotherapy
Advanced Nurse Practitioner - Specialising in Mental Health
First Contact Practitioner - Dietitian
The Practice works alongside South Tees Community midwives to provide Postnatal & Antenatal care. We have regular midwife clinics at the surgery.
The district nurses perform most of their work in patients' homes, tending to people who are housebound or too ill to leave their homes. Their work involves general nursing duties such as giving injections and dressing wounds as well as assessing and providing more complex nursing needs for more seriously ill patients.
Health visitors are employed by the NHS Community Trust.They work mainly with the well population and are concerned with the family as well as individuals within the family. A large part of the health visitors time is spent monitoring the growth, development and social and physical health of children under 5 years, and their families. They undertake Well Baby Clinics, Health Promotion and Child Protection work and vaccinations. They are especially involved with breast feeding mothers, isolated and unsupported mothers and mothers with postnatal depression.
The Macmillan nurse provides help and support to terminally ill patients and their families. They can be contacted via Teesside Hospice (01642 816777)