MBChB 1984 DRCOG FP Cert
Work 2 days a week outside the practice as Chair of Rotherham Clinical commiissiong group.
Lead partner for prescribing.
Interested in sports medicine along with joint injections.
Does family planning and shared care clinics for
alcohol and drugs misuse
MB ChB (Hons, with Distinction) Sheffield 1993
Accredited GP trainer, shared care for drugs and alcohol,
MBCHb, DRCOG, DCH, MRCGP, DFFP Family Planning, Paediatrics, Mental Health
MB BS 1996
MBChB 1981 MRCGP 1985 DRCOG
MBBS 2009, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFSRH
MBChB Sheffield 2014
MBBS, MRCS 2008
Nurse Practitioner / Manager
State enrolled Nurse 1982Registered General Nurse 1993B Med Sci (Hons) 1999Non Medical prescriber 2003
Enrolled nurse 1988
Registered nurse 1998
The Business Manager is responsible for the overall management of the practice and is available to discuss problems and receive suggestions. Alternatively, you may speak with our nurse, administration or reception managers.
Practice Pharmacist - ensuring the practice continues to provide safe and cost effective prescribing of medications.
St Ann’s offers support for people who need help with their alcohol intake. We offer a weekly dedicated clinic run by an Alcohol Health Care Worker, Jim Fletcher. Patients can refer themselves directly if they wish, or they may be referred to the clinic by their GP.
If you need help with alcohol and would like to attend this clinic, simply ring the practice or ask a person at reception to book you in to the clinic. Jim is happy to see patients who are social drinkers, dependent drinkers, binge drinkers and ex-drinkers.
Not sure if you are drinking too much?
Men and women are advised not to drink more than 14 units of alcohol a week. This is the same as 6 pints of average strength beer a week.
Regularly drinking more than this can increase the risk to your health.
Take the alcohol test: https://dontbottleitup.org.uk/?gclid=CNHJtued6MsCFcWVGwodvKcA
Rotherham, Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust (RDaSH) is asking you to look after your mental health by contacting its talking therapies service if you are experiencing depression or anxiety disorders such as:
There are many types of talking therapies available and some are better for certain problems, conditions and people than others.
If you are experiencing any of the conditions mentioned and live in Rotherham, you can be referred to the RDaSH talking therapy services by your GP. Talking therapy is available to individuals and couples who live in Rotherham, are over 18, have a local GP and are not already being treated.
Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT), is an NHS primary care service in England which offers a free and confidential evidence based psychological therapy service for people who are 18 year of age and over and who are feeling stressed, anxious, low in mood or depressed.
The service also runs self help workshops such as Stress Control, Long Term Conditions management, Sleep management and others.
If you want to contact the team about any of the above matters please ring on 01709 447755
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