Windsor House SurgeryTel: 0113 252 5223
Shenstone House SurgeryTel: 0113 252 2606
Adwalton House SurgeryTel: 0113 285 3222
MBChB, DRCOG, MRCGP (Leeds)
Obtained full registration in 1987 and undertook his vocational training in the North West of England. He joined the practice in August 1991. He has a special interest in minor surgery and is an appointed GP Trainer. In 2003 Dr Browne became an appraiser for the new GP Appraisal scheme.
MBChB, DRCOG (Leeds)
Obtained full registration in 1989 and undertook his vocational training in East Yorkshire. He joined the practice in February 1993. He has special interests in diabetes, dermatology and minor surgery. He is the clinical supervisor for our Foundation Year doctors. He also has interests in IT and is the Caldicott Guardian for the practice.
MBChB, MRCGP (Leeds)
Obtained full registration in 1992 and undertook her vocational training in West Yorkshire including at the practice. She joined the practice in 1996 and has a special clinical interest in rheumatology. Dr McNeil is also an appointed GP Trainer.
Obtained full registration in 1998 and completed part of his postgraduate training at Windsor House. He returned as a partner in April 2002 and has recently been appointed as a GP trainer as well as an Honorary Tutor for Leeds University. He has special responsibility for the medical students.
MRCGP, MBChB, BSc (Leeds)
Obtained full registration in 2003, joined the practice in 2007 and became a Partner in 2009. He was made an Honorary Lecturer at Leeds University in 2011 and has a special interest in training GP Registrars and Medical Students and Palliative Care.
MBChB BsC (Leeds) MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH
Dr Holland obtained full registration in 2005 and undertook vocational training on the Wakefield/Dewsbury scheme with time spent at the practice. Dr Holland joined the practice in 2013 and became a partner in 2014. She has a specialist interest in Women's Health and Sexual Health and is currently undertaking a Postgraduate Certificate in Primary Care Education with the view to become a GP trainer in 2015.
We have 3 x Salaried GP's employed by the practice, these are:
RGN, RM, Dip PNS, MSc and nurse Prescriber
After many years as a practice nurse Sister Gumbley undertook a three-year Masters Degree course at University to become a nurse Practitioner. This is a new and developing nursing role incorporating skills, which are closely interlinked with that of GP colleagues and include physical examination, ordering investigations and tests, prescribing medication for minor illness and chronic diseases plus direct referral and liaison with secondary care.
The nurse Practitioner complements and supports the GP and practice nurse roles, but more importantly provides an additional and alternative healthcare professional for patients with minor illness and chronic diseases.
The practice nurses are available for appointments daily at all three surgeries. Please telephone to arrange suitable appointments.
The practice nurses are fully qualified to carry out:-
Our nurses also review and update repeat medications, provide a full family-planning service and run clinics for asthma and smoking cessation.
Provides support and assistance to the nursing team by dealing with patients requiring new patient checks, routine blood tests and blood pressure monitoring. Our healthcare assistant is an experienced phlebotomist.
Practice & Business Manager
Our practice manager is responsible for all non-clinical areas of the practice. If you have any queries about the practice or any comments on the provision of General Medical Services provided by the practice Mr Horton will be pleased to help.
HR & Finance Manager
Our HR & Finance Manager deals with all human resources abd accounting matters ensuring prudent management of the practice's finances. She is based at Adwalton House Surgery where she works closely with Mr Horton.
Systems Development Manager
Mrs Eland works alongside Mr Horton to manage and oversee the development of strategies / policies / systems within the practice.
Patient Liaison Manager
Employed as Patient Liaison Manager and is responsible for the day-to-day running of the receptions at all three surgeries. She carries out a wide variety of additional administrative duties and will be happy to help you with any questions about the service offered.
Patient Services Manager
Responsible for co-ordination of clinical staffing along with the practice support team. She works alongside Mr Horton helping with both the development of strategies and the initiating of policies within the practice.
Tracy has specific responsibilities for patient registrations and general administration along with audit to deliver Department of Health requirements. She is also based at Windsor House Surgery.
Charlotte handles all repeat prescriptions. She is based at Windsor House Surgery and is happy to help by liaising between clinicians and patients if problems or queries arise in relation to repeat medications.
Rachel provides support to colleagues within the practice around data analysis and clinical campaigns throughout the year(smoking, flu etc) along with auditing patient and practice data. Rachel s based at Adwalton House Surgery .
Adwalton House Surgery Receptionist
Windsor House Surgery Receptionist
Shenstone House Surgery Receptionist
Practice Contact Centre
Adwalton House Surgery Evening Receptionist
Cottingley Surgery Receptionist
Our receptionists have a demanding and difficult job, but are here to help you and will always deal with your requests as efficiently as possible. When the surgery is busy this can occasionally take time so please try to be patient.
Sarah Gained her Midwifery Qualification at Leeds University. She spent 2 years working on the Delivery Suite at the Leeds General Infirmary and joined the Practice as our full time Community Midwife in 2012.
The district nursing team works across the whole of the practice geographical area. They have close links with Social Services and work collaboratively with other healthcare professionals. They visit people in their own homes and Residential Homes, assessing patients’ individual nursing needs and providing appropriate treatment and care.
The role of the district nursing team covers palliative care, support to carers, ulcer management and follow-up of medical and surgical patients discharged from hospital. Their role encompasses health promotion in all aspects working closely with our GPs, nurse Practitioner and practice nurses.
Our health visitors are qualified nurses with specialist training in family and child health, health promotion and education with practical support and advice provided in a host of diverse situations. Health visitors work with individual families in their own homes as well as working to promote the health of the community as a whole.
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