Meet the Team

Dr O Barron (M)

Doctor

MB ChB DCH MRCGP DFSRH MBANSV

Dr D Atherton (M)

Doctor

MB ChB

Dr S Brookes (F)

Doctor

MB ChB MRCGP

Dr E Wood (F)

Doctor

MB BS BSc PhD DCH MRCGP

Dr L Day (F)

Doctor

MBBCH DRCOG JCPTGP FSRH LoC IUT LoC SDI

Dr H Grazza (F)

Doctor

MBChB HRCGP

Harriet Brookes

Physician Associate

Fiona Moura (F)

Business Manager

Megan Emery (F)

Reception Lead

Louise Guntripp (F)

Data Quality & IT Lead

Elise Sibley (F)

Dispensary Manager

Tim Hames (M)

Practice Pharmacist

Isaam Majid (M)

Practice Pharmacist

Shan Shahzad (M)

Practice Pharmacist

Senthil Mohanathas (M)

Pre Reg Pharmacist

Cheryl Rawlins (F)

Pharmacy Technician

Katey Wootton (F)

Pharmacy Technician

The midwife is linked to Queen’s Hospital, Burton and works closely with the doctors to provide antenatal care to our patients. The midwife holds a clinic in the Health Centre Monday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings.

Kerry Fisher (F)

Care Coordinator

Karen Bowen-Jones (F)

Care Home Coordinator

Suzanne Harmer (F)

Care Coordinator

Care Coordinator

Our care coordinators work as part of a multidisciplinary team within our practice to identify patients in need of proactive support. This includes, for example, patients living with frailty, those with multiple long-term physical and mental health conditions, Adult and Young Carers, social care requirements and bereavement support.


Once identified, patients will be connected/signposted to the support/services they require such as our community-based projects, volunteer roles within the local area, social services for mobility aids and care packages, or referring patients to NHS programmes such as a Staying Well Service, Social Prescriber, Mental Health and Wellbeing Services or sending out an invitation to a Patient educational programme.

Care Home Coordinator

Our care home coordinator works as part of the multidisciplinary team within the practice to assist all local care homes; learning disability residents and care staff. The care home coordinator works closely with GPs and outside resources such as OT, DN, and SALT etc. to provide support and comfort for all patients.


Some responsibilities of the care home coordinator include monitoring long term conditions, care plans, dementia plans, respect forms, hospital admission and discharge support. The care home coordinator provides added support for families.