Dr Mark Spencer (m)
M.B.B.S.M.R.C.G.P.D.R.C.O.G. St Mary’s Hospital, London (1985)
Dr Matthew Bramley (M)
MB ChB BSc Med.Sci BSc (Hons) Dip IMC RSCEd M.R.C.G.P.
University of Manchester (2006)
Dr Nicola Hibbs (F)
M.B.B.S BSc DCH M.R.C.G.P
St. Georges Hospital Medical School (2004)
Dr Ajibola Hakeem Habeeb (M)
Universita Palackeho (2010)
Dr Hollie Wilkinson (F)
MbchB MRCGP DCH
University of Liverpool (2011)
Dr Tom Johnson (M)
University of Liverpool (2010)
Advanced Paramedic Practitioner
Bsc Enhanced Paramedic Practice
Joanne Lloyd Msc (Disc)
Advanced Clinical Practitioner, Non-Medical Prescriber
Independent Pharmacist Prescriber
Practice manager: Helen Dingle
A.M.S.P.A.R., Cert Health Service management, Post Graduate Diploma in Health Service management.
Deputy Practice Manager: Cath Houten
The Deputy Practice Manager assists the Manager with her duties.
R.N. Dip CHD, Diabetes, F.P.Cert.BSc Hons Nursing Studies with a special interest in ischaemic heart disease, diabetes, contraceptive advice and travel vaccinations.
R.N. Diploma in Counselling R.S.A. Certificate in Counselling Asthma Diploma, COPD Diploma with a special interest in weight management, respiratory and travel vaccinations.
R.N. with a special interest in Coronary Heart Disease, Cytology and Diabetes Management.
R.N. Non Medical Prescriber with a special interest in Asthma, Diabetes, CHD, & Cytology
R.N. with a special interest in Diabetes, CHD, Wound care/Leg ulcer, Childhood vaccinations.
Health Care Assistants
Trainee Nurse Associate
Mental Health Practitioner
Irena Brennan-Murray RMN RGN Counselling Certificate, EMDR, PWP
Angela Birch RMN RGN Counselling Certificate, PWP
Claire Mendonca CBT Therapist
Alexandra Mountain RMN
The Practice Mental Health Nurses are employed by the practice to work with people experiencing mild mental health difficulties such an anxiety and depression. They offer information and support to aid recovery and can be accessed via your GP.
Attached community staff
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 health visitors attached to this practice can be contacted on 0300
Sue Rowe is the community matron and Gillian Crossley is the community nurse that works with the practice to monitor patients in their own homes who suffer from chronic disease conditions. The Community Matrons can be contacted on 01253 657526.
The team of midwives visit and care for the pregnant and postnatal women in their homes and give their advice and support at the antenatal clinics in the surgery. The community midwives are based at Fleetwood Hospital and can be contacted by calling 01253 306068.