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Appointments - Covid-19 Update 

We are asking patients to wear a face covering if they have a face to face appointment with a phlebotomist, nurse, physician associate or GP because the recommended 2 metres social distancing cannot be observed during a consultation.


Dr S Thornton (f)

Dr_Thornton.pngRegistered 1985 (Nottingham University), B Med Sci BM BS DRCOG DCH MRCGP.

Special interests include Minor surgery and Acupuncture.

Dr J Caine (f)

Jacqui.jpgRegistered 1996 (Sheffield University), MB ChB DFFP DRCOG.

Special interests include Family planning and Acupuncture.

Dr S Rasheed (m)


Registered 1997 (Karnatak University, India), MBBS, MRCGP, PG diploma Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Medicine.

Special interests include Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Medicine.

Dr J Hawkins (m)

Registered 2014 (University of Bristol) MB ChB BSc PG CertDr J Hawkins

His experience includes working posts in Elderly Medicine, Paediatrics, Breast and Endocrine Surgery, Trauma and Orthopaedics and Emergency Medicine.

Miss Katie Noad (f)

Physician Associate

A physician associate is a new health care professional who works alongside the doctors and the wider medical team.  They can take a medical history and address healthcare needs, carry out physical and mental examinations, order investigations and review results diagnose and manage illness and make onward referrals to secondary care.  There is always a doctor on call if further advice is needed.  Currently a physician associate cannot prescribe but as the doctor is always on call they are available to proscribe any medication that is required after a consultation.


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