Dr Sajid H Nazir (M)

MBChB MRCGP DRCOG (Manchester 2005) 

Dr Mohammed Mohbeen (M)

MBChB (Hons) 2001 MRCGP 2010

Dr Omar S Akhtar (M)

MBChB (Leceister2007) MRCGP (2012)

Dr Shazia Ahmed (F)

MBChB (Sheffield)

GP Registrars

These are fully qualified Doctors who are still learning the business and practice of being a GP. They are under the direct supervision of the Partners. They perform all the tasks of the Partners.

The Practice Team

Practice Manager

Susan Lewis                   Practice Manager      

The practice manager has the responsibility of managing staff and ensuring that the practice is run in an efficient and friendly manner. She is available to listen to you if you have any comments or complaints about the service we provide and welcomes any suggestions you may have on how to improve the service.

Medical Secretaries and Administration

Rachel Micklethwaite    Administrator


Sharon Craven              Secretary

Maria Smith                   Secretary

Janet Crampton             Receptionist

Jemma Brook                 Receptionist

Cathy-Ann Taylor           Receptionist

Maria Smith                   Receptionist 

Manjnder Randhawa      Receptionist

Kathryn Starr                  Receptionist

Sister Aleta Stocks RGN BSc (Hons)

Sister Carole Fagan RGN BSc

Practice nurses are available by appointment Monday to Friday. They can advise on travel immunisations, diet, smoking cessation, alcohol control and carry out general health checks and smears. They also run asthma, COPD and well woman clinics (for patients on contraception), HRT, general health checks, smears and ear syringing. They also monitor blood pressure and cholesterol.

Health Care Assistant

Doreen Roebuck


Health Care Assistants are there to assist the Doctors and Practice Nurses. They may see you before or after an appointment to take simple measurements, test your urine or blood, or help to gather information or fill in questionnaires and surveys. They also undertake ECGs, phlebotomy, blood pressure, height and weight, urinalysis, B12 injections, Influenza injections, pneumonia injections and chaperoning.

Community midwives work with the doctors to provide care for mothers before and after delivery. They also care of the baby for the first fortnight of life. When it is confirmed that you are pregnant, the Midwife can be contacted on: 01484 355731 or you can visit

Their prime responsibility is the health and welfare of children under five. They can advise about: feeding problems, behavioural problems, sleep problems, developmental problems and toilet training.

The Health Visitor can be contacted on the following telephone number: 03033 309974