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Practice Staff


Dr James Barratt

MBBS 1983
MRCGP 1989
Diploma Community Child Health 1991
Diploma Occupational Health 2013

Dr Afshan Butt

MBBS, CCT in General Practice, Diploma in Sexual & Reproductive Care

Locum GP`s

Dr Arshad Latif

Dr Juliet Avoseh

Dr Maria Adeel

Dr Stephen Baird

Dr Erum Shafique

Dr Farooq Pirwani

Dr Farzana Mahmood

Dr Shahida Butt

Dr Kumundini Gamalath

Nurse Practitioners

Lucy Edwards

Marie Taylor

(Trainee) Becky Portess,

Senior Administrator to The Nursing Team

Trudy Van Haren

Practice Nurses

Lesley, Sarah, Jemma, Amy, Janice, Michelle, Karen

Practice Nurse work is varied and includes; Chronic Disease clinics, vaccinations, cervical smears, childhood immunisations and dressings all by appointment.

Health Care Assistants

Mel, Debbie, Paula, Tammy and Maggie

Our health care support workers carry out phlebotomy (blood tests), new patient checks, NHS health checks, urine testing, ECGs, weight advice, spirometry and B12 injections. Maggie and Mel run our warfarin management clinics and Tammy is the surgery's smoking cessation advisor.

Practice Manager

Mark Shaw

Our Practice Manager has overall responsibility for the Practice and supports a team of experienced clinical and administrative staff.

Finance Manager

Wendy Brady

Our finance manager supports the practice manager  with an overview of practice finances.

Reception Team

Mike Hilton, Anna Dobrowolska, Carole Burton, Sally James, Anna Mazikowska, Michaela Reeson, James Brown, Susan Griffen, Magda Shaw, Elaine Smith, Tracey Hopkinson, Lucy Hall.

Administration Team

Jo Taylor - Admin Manager, Julie Mitchum, Zoe Taylor, Georgina Mayfield, Wendy Ridge, Kornelia Cebula, Amy Gott, Hayley Severn.

Secretarial Team

Hilary Khan - Lead Secretary, Sharon Davis, Di Knight.


Vicky Maskell

Community Nurses

The Community Nursing team work under Lincolnshire Community Health Services and visit patients at home who are physically unable to leave their homes to attend appointments. The nurses provide care to meet a variety of health needs including wound care, advice regarding continence, medication administration and care for palliative patients at the end of their lives. The team works in partnership with patients and their families by offering health education and are able to refer to other agencies for support. The Community Nurses run clinics based at two of the town surgeries to provide wound care, Leg Ulcer management and removal of sutures for patients who are not housebound and are able to get to a surgery. You can make a referral for Community Nursing assistance on 0300 123 4868.

If you are new to the area and wish to register with a doctor, call at reception with your medical card and the receptionist will book a new registration appointment for you with one of the GP's or the Practice Nurse. If you cannot find your medical card the receptionist will give you a form to complete. Please remember that our receptionists have a very difficult and demanding job.

If you do appear to be kept waiting or appear to be asked one or two personal questions, we know you will understand that the receptionists are carrying out instructions to help you get the best from the practice and to help the practice run smoothly. You may be asked for some general details concerning your symptoms when requesting an urgent appointment or home visit. Please be assured that this information is treated in the strictest confidence and is only requested to offer you the appropriate service and to enable the doctor to plan home visits according to the urgency of the request

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