Meet Our Doctors
|Dr Jane Whittaker (Senior Partner)
||BSc MB ChB MRCGP DRCOG Manchester 1990
|Dr Kanwalprit S Gill (Partner)
||MBChB MRCGP Dip Sports Med FFSEM (I) Liverpool 1989
|Dr Catherine M Lynch (Partner)
||MB BCh MRCGP BAO
|Dr Jenny Hill
Meet Our Nursing Staff
Sister Carolyn Hallworth RGN2
Sister Amanda Clark
The role of the practice nurse has expanded greatly in recent years. An increasing part of your routine healthcare will be provided by our practice nurses.
Meet Our Practice Team
Gill Eggleston is responsible for every aspect of the running, organisation and administration of the practice. If you would like to contact Gill, please email her. Gill.email@example.com
She has a team of support staff to assist her, as below:
Our present reception staff comprises eight receptionists, who will offer you every help and assistance at all times.
Michelle Holland is responsible for the running of our reception area and is the first point of call for any reception issues.
Jane Facer (Tel: 426 5772)
Repeat Prescription Adviser
Linda Hallworth (Tel: 426 5771)
Patients with repeat prescription queries can telephone Linda on the above number after 12 o'clock. All prescription requests must be in writing or you can use our online prescription request service. Please contact reception for details.
Meet Our Attached Staff
Our health visitor will monitor the development of your child and offer guidance on all aspects of child health and childcare. She will visit your home after your baby is born. You can contact the health visitor on 426 9450.
(Tel: 426 5397)
The district nursing team are based at Hazel Grove Clinic and can be contacted on the above number. The nurses provide a service designed to help anyone requiring nursing care at home. You can request a visit or the doctor can refer you. The nurse will visit, assess your needs and discuss them with you. She will arrange for an appropriate member of the team to visit you.
The practice is involved in the undergraduate teaching of medical students and we are grateful to those of you who agree to help. There is no compulsion involved in this and you are always asked beforehand if you mind.