Church View SurgeryTel: 01482 899348
Prospect SurgeryTel: 01964 622214
Next training date: Wednesday 5th July 2017, surgery closes at 12.00noon.
Please note that we close for staff training four afternoons per year. If you have an emergency during this time please call the Out of Hours Service on 111.
Dr Driver qualified in Leeds in 1987 and joined the Practice in 1992. She is the practice lead for prescribing and has overall responsibility for dispensing issues, having gained a Diploma in Pharmaceutical Medicine. Dr Driver is also involved in teaching with the Hull/York Medical School.
MB ChB MRCGP DFSRH
Dr Stephenson qualified in Birmingham in 1993 and joined the Practice in 1998. She has a special interest in children’s medicine, contraception, women’s health and is involved in teaching with the Hull/York Medical School. Dr Stephenson is the Practice's Safeguarding Children's lead.
MB ChB MRCGP
Dr Burdett qualified in Liverpool in 1996 and joined the Practice in 2000. He is a GP trainer and has an interest in minor surgery, performing most of the in-house procedures. He also has an active interest in information technology and is the lead for information governance and Caldicott Guardian.
MB ChB MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH
Dr Ellerby qualified in Leeds in 1996 and joined the Practice in 2002. Her special interests include contraception and women’s health, is a GP trainer and involved in teaching with the Hull/York Medical School. She is involved with diabetes and long term conditions and is the Practice's Safeguarding Adults lead.
MB ChB MRCGP PGCME
Dr Sen became a Partner in July 2012 after being a salaried GP here. She is a GP trainer.
MBBS MRCGP BSC DCH
Dr Chant joined the Practice as a salaried GP in August 2012 following his successful training as a GP Registrar here. He then subsequently became a Partner at the Practice in March 2013. He is involved with diabetes and long term conditions.
Dr Scott joined the Practice as a salaried GP in August 2013 and subsequently became a Partner in July 2015. He is involved in teaching with the Hull/York Medical School and performs some of the in-house minor surgery.
Dr Wallis completed her GP training here at Church View Surgery and became a salaried GP in August 2014. She is involved in teaching with the Hull/York Medical School.
Advanced Clinical Practitioner
Michael is a qualified and experienced paramedic who has joined the Practice as a trainee Advanced Clinical Practitioner. He is undertaking a masters degree in advanced clinical practice and will be running clinics at our Hedon Surgery on a Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Michael is currently seeing anyone over the age of 3 with minor illnesses and minor ailments (such as sore throats, ear infections, chest infections, exacerbation of COPD etc).
Our nursing team works at both our main surgery and branch surgery. They carry out a range of clinics including:
We have two practice nurses and two nurse prescribers. Nurse prescribers are able to prescribe medication and are available to see patients with chronic conditions such as asthma, COPD and ischaemic heart disease.
We have three health care assistants who are able to carry out ECGs, blood pressure checks, new patient checks, NHS health checks and bloods.
Yvonne holds clinics for bloods, ECGs, spirometry, blood pressures, LTC pre-assessment checks, assists with minor operations and new patient checks.
Sarah holds clinics for bloods, ECGs, spirometry, blood pressures, LTC pre-assessment checks, injections and new patient checks.
Faith joined the Practice in January 2016 under the GP Health Care Apprenticeship Scheme which is supported by NHS Health Education England. She will be running clinics the same as our other HCA's Sarah and Yvonne including bloods, ECGs, blood pressures and NHS Health checks. Faith is supervised by our nurse mentor, Sister Helen Wardill. She will continue to undertake her training for the next 18 months which will develop her skills to offer more availability for patients.
Our practice manager is Cathryn Palmer who joined the Practice in August 2009. She is involved in securing a better service for patients through negotiation and links with the CCG and outside organisations.
MRPharmS Qualified in Nottingham in 2002
Melanie joined as our practice Pharmacist in 2006 and can provide advice on medication and minor ailments. If you have a medication query please direct it to Melanie in the first instance.
Assistant Practice Manager
Leanne joined the Practice in 2010 and became the assistant practice manager in 2017. She also manages the clerical team.
Samantha joined the Practice in 1997 and became the reception manager in 2005. She manages the reception team.
Your repeat prescriptions and dispensed prescriptions will be dealt with by our trained dispensary staff. The secretaries and office staff will deal with your letters, results of tests, referrals to hospital and the computers. Without them the system fails!
The receptionists are fully trained and have a difficult job to do. Please remember that if you are kept waiting or are asked some apparently irritating questions, this is because of our policy aimed at the smooth and safe running of the Practice. We need to ascertain the urgency of particular requests and sometimes spend longer with patients than we have allowed.
District nurses are qualified nurses who care for patients in their own homes, as well as in health centres and GPs’ surgeries. They have had extra training to enable them to advise patients on nursing problems. The district nurse will teach patients about self care and will show carers how to cope in their absence. Their duties range from dressings, injections etc to care of the terminally ill.
The health visitor is a registered nurse who has an additional certificate. She is concerned with teaching the principles of healthy living to practically everybody in the family. It begins with the mother of her new baby. She will discuss the many things which can contribute to the growth of a healthy child. The health visitor is in a position to recognise and identify the needs of families in cases where people may not be fully aware of the health risks. Duties may also include school health work and the provision of health education in schools. Working with the elderly is another area of her work. Running specialist clinics is also an area of expertise undertaken by the health visitors.
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