Who’s who

General Practitioners

Dr Anthony Naughton (m)


Dr Judith Chaloner (f)


Dr Felicity Guest (f)

BM BCh BA Hons (Oxon) MRCGP

Dr Michael Power (m)


Dr Peter Kell (m)


Dr Carsten Ezard (m)


Dr Lola Akpachiogo (f)


Dr Peter Ndilemeni (m)

Practice Business Manager

Amy Sissons

The Practice Business Manager provides robust leadership and communication skills taking responsibility for all business aspects of the Practice. In addition the Practice Business Manager provides strategic guidance and planning to the partners.

Practice Operations Manager

Sean Talbott

The Practice Operations Manager takes responsibility for the management and delivery of the operational aspect of running the Practice.  They also assists the Practice Business Manager with the development of the Practice.

Patient Operations and HR Manager

Michelle Marsh

Patient Services Manager

James Doran

Carleton Branch Manager

Jackie Marsden

Advanced Practitioners

Victoria Longworth and Rebecca Power

Advanced Nurse Practitioners possess the required and enhanced knowledge, skills, qualifications and expertise to independently consult with patients who present to the surgery with a wide range of complex problems and acute same-day conditions.

The Practitioner, following a full and comprehensive clinical examination, will reach a diagnosis and, in conjunction with the patient, provide a treatment plan and a prescription for medications where indicated; they may also refer for further investigations or speciality assessment where required.

Care Navigators/Patient Advisors

Our Patient Advisers are often your first point of contact and are there to help. They may need to ask you for further details when you telephone for medical advice; this ensures that we can assist you as quickly as possible. All Patient Advisors are bound by the same rules of confidentiality as the doctor.

Lead Patient Advisor – Emily

Lead Patient Advisor – Elaine

Patient Advisor – Sue

Patient Advisor – Lisa

Patient Advisor – Kate 

Patient Advisor – Zoe 

Reception Team

Our Receptionists are the forefront of the surgery who are here to greet you on arrival and book you into your appointments.

Reception Supervisor – Sandra

Receptionist – Olivia

Receptionist – Stacey

Prescribing Team

The prescription team are available to speak to between 9:30am – 12pm Monday – Friday. Please contact them for any prescription queries or to order your medication.

Practice Pharmacist – Denise

Primary Care Network Pharmacist – Waj

Pharmacy Technician – Jodie

Prescription Clerk – Helen

Prescription Clerk – Danielle

Secretarial Team

The Secretarial team deal with all referrals made by the GPs and paperwork that comes into the surgery for actioning.

Lead Secretary – Trish

Secretary – Emma

Admin Team

Read coders: Lynne, Louise and Olivia

Administrators: Carolyn

Business Analyst: Steve and Louise

Care Co-ordination Lead: Kate

Communications and Engagement Lead: Emily

Practice Nurse Manager

Zoe Heaton

The Practice Nurse Manager has responsibility for the management of the Nursing Team.

Practice Nurses

Danielle Bartlett, Dawn Taylor, Jane Palmer, Adele Kirby, Margaret Dixon

Practice Nurses are qualified and registered nurses. They help with health issues such as family planning , childhood vaccinations and travel vaccinations.  The Practice Nurses run clinics for long-term health conditions such as asthma or diabetes, minor ailment clinics and carry out cervical smears.

Healthcare Assistants

Bethany Allen, Jessie Leybourne and Becky Staves

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.

Community and District Nurses

Community and District Nurses deliver a high standard of nursing care in the home, to meet the needs of patients and their carers. The team can be contacted on 01253 957597.

Their aims are to:

  • Nurse patients in their own home following discharge from hospital
  • Offer specialist nursing care for acute and terminally ill people
  • Work with GPs to maintain the health of patients by promoting their independence

Health Visitors

A Health Visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing. The team can be contacted on 01253 956548.


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