1-2 Lancelyn Court Prec, Spital Road, Bebington, Wirral, CH63 9JP
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Telephone: 0151 334 4019
Fax: 0151 346 firstname.lastname@example.org
From time to time we may have locum doctors working in the practice to provide extra surgeries when one of the partners is away on holiday or on educational courses. These will always be fully qualified General Practitioners.
All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.
The mean earnings for GPs working in Spital Surgery in the financial year ended 31st March 2019 was £51,922 before deduction of employee’s superannuation contributions, tax and National Insurance. This is the average pay for the 1 full-time GP and 4 part-time GPs who worked in the practice for more than 6 months during that year.
We are a member of the Wirral Primary Care Federation. This is a not-for-profit Federation of 26 independent GP Practices covering 203,936 patients, over 61% of the Wirral population. For more information about The Wirral Primary Care Federation Click here
Our Partner GPs are Dr Athan Simopoulos and Dr Katie Ariaraj.
Dr Athanasios Simopoulos (m)
(Ioannina Greece) Degree in Medicine(MBBs Equivalent)
Dr Kathryn Ariaraj (f)
(Sheffield 1998) MB ChB
Dr Angela Thompson (f)
(Liverpool 1996) MB ChB MRCGP DCH DRCOG DFFP
Dr Louise Clegg (f)
(Sheffield 2009) MB ChB DFSRH DRCOG DCH
Dr Johnny Minns (m)
(Exeter 2017) BMBS, BSc (Hons) Psychology, MRCGP
The nurses run our various clinics for smears, asthma, hypertension and CHD and are available in the surgery for dressings, injections, travel advice, removal of stitches, ear syringing, health checks and ECGs. They also visit the housebound.
Nurses hours – by appointment 08:30 – 12:30 & 14:00 – 18:00.
Healthcare assistants support practice nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as phlebotomy (drawing blood), blood pressure measurement and new patient checks. They may act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor requests one.
Sister Gill Prestwich (f)
Mrs Jane Bolderson (f)
Mrs Jacqui Brereton (f)
Respiratory Specialist Nurse
The practice manager is involved in managing all of the business aspects of the practice such as making sure that the right systems are in place to provide a high quality of patient care, human resources, finance, patient safety, premises and equipment and information technology. The practice manager supports the GPs and other medical professionals with delivering patient services and also helps to develop extended services to enhance patient care.
Receptionists provide an important link for patients with the practice and are your initial contact point for general enquiries. They can provide basic information on services and results and direct you to the right person depending on your health issue or query. Receptionists make most of the patient appointments with the GPs and nurses. They also perform other important tasks such as issuing repeat prescriptions and dealing with prescription enquiries, dealing with financial claims, dealing with patient records and carrying out searches and practice audits.
Mrs Emma Hadwin (f)
Mr Brian Waring (m)
Mrs Bev Warren (f)
Mrs Lucy Ferguson (f)
Mrs Carole Nuttall (f)
Mrs Cathy Ball (f)
Mrs Vicki Francis (f)
Mrs Joy Thompson (f)
Mrs Tracy Richards (f)
Mrs Gail Richards (f)
Mrs Sally Rogerson (f)
Receptionist/ Health Care Assistant/ Phlebotomist
Mrs Ann Serridge (f)
Mrs Jill Caterall (f)
Mrs Louise Stoker (f)
Charlotte Shallcross (f)
Miss Elizabeth Bowden (f)
Mrs Jennifer Welch (f)
Mrs Heather Fergusson (f)
In House Physiotherapist
Mrs Tori Young (f)
We have a Clinical Pharmacist, Tori Young, here 2 afternoons per week.
What is a GP clinical pharmacist?
Clinical pharmacists work directly with patients as part of the GP practice team to make sure your medicines help you get better and stay well. You will see a clinical pharmacist when you need expert advice on your medicines, however, you may need to see a GP first in order to diagnose your illness. If you have a long term condition, clinical pharmacists can talk to you about the medicines you are taking to make sure they are working for you. Long term conditions are things like type 2 diabetes, arthritis or high blood pressure. If your medicine is causing side effects, the pharmacist can help by changing your medicine or changing how much medicine you are taking. If you are taking medicines for a long time, you will need to have them checked at least once a year, this can be done by the clinical pharmacist. A clinical pharmacist may be able to prescribe your medicines in the same way as a GP. Clinical pharmacists often liaise with pharmacists in other part of the healthcare system such as the hospital or community pharmacy. A clinical pharmacist does not give you your medicines. You have to collect your medicines from a community pharmacy in the usual way.
HEALTH VISITOR DROP IN CLINICS
MONDAY 1pm-2.15pm Bridle Road Clinic
TUESDAY 1pm-2.15pm Bridle Road Clinic
WEDNESDAY 1pm-2.15pm Bridle Road Clinic
THURSDAY 1pm-2.15pm Bridle Road Clinic
9.30am-10.45am New Ferry Children’s Centre (closed during school holidays)
FRIDAY 1pm-2.15pm Bridle Road Clinic
BREASTFEEDING A-Z GROUP
MONDAY 10am-11.30am Bromborough Children’s Centre
THURSDAY 10am-12pm LifeChurch, 3rd floor, 1a Old Chester Rd, opposite Bebington station (closed during school holidays)
(Please see Breastfeeding Support Groups Leaflet for other venues and times)
BIRTH TO 5 BOOK WEBSITE: http://www.publichealth.hscni.net/publications/birth-five
08:00 until 18:30
08:00 until 20:00
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08:00 until 18:30
08:00 until 18:30