As at 23/01/2023 we have a full complement of staff across all departments

Practice Management

Amanda Tamblin (f)

Amanda joined the Practice in October 22 to provide full time practice management.   She has over 23 years experience of working within the NHS, mainly in secondary care before branching out in GP Practice Management 4 years ago. She is always happy to talk to patients whether to receive positive feedback or to address any issues patients may have. She has a "can do" attitude and will be working hard to support the team in order to offer the best possible care that we can.    She has particular responsibility for human resources, staff training and Health & Safety.


Mrs Jacquie Griffiths (f)
Gill Morgan (f)
Mrs Lesley Balmer (f)

Lesley has recently joined the Practice and has been appointed to assist with the daily administration duties within the Practice.


Our receptionists provide an important link for patients with the practice and they are the initial contact point for general inquiries from patients. They provide basic information on services and can direct you to the right person depending on your health issue or query.    Our receptionists book the majority of routine patient appointments.   In addition, they undertake other important administrative tasks such as the appointment diary, processing new registrations and medical records, dealing with general inquiries, taking messages and helping patients whenever possible.    They are trained in issues such as of health and safety, equality and diversity, infection control, information governance and confidentiality,   They have a wealth of knowledge and information to be tapped into and can guide patients wherever needed.   We are in the process of recruiting two part-time receptionists to join the team.

Miss Maureen McLaughlin (f)
Miss Helen Glover (f)
Mrs Jane Bradley (f)
Mrs Louise Luck (f)
Mrs Michelle Rault (f)
Mrs Vikki Cross (f)

Vikki has recently joined the Practice as a member of our reception team and is already a welcome addition.

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