The Practice Team
The practice team comprises GPs, nurses, healthcare assistants, management and administrative staff. It is supported by other local clinical staff, including community nurses, healthcare assistants and therapists, health visitors, midwives and school nurses and works with the Wilson Practice Patient Participation Group committee, which is a volunteer body.
The average pay for GPs working in The Wilson Practice in the year 2014/15 was £75,733 before tax and National Insurance. This is for six full time GPs and four part time GPs who worked in the practice for more than six months.
LEARNERS & TRAINEES
Dr Alexander Ward is a GP registrar under the mentorship of Dr Rickard; s will be with the practice until February 2018. Dr Emma Conroy-Smith is a GP registrar under the mentorship of Dr Fellows; she is currently on maternity leave.
Dr Alice Hart and Dr Alice Hurlstone joined the practice in December 2017 as Foundation Year doctors. They are working through a number of specialities as part of their development as doctors within the NHS. They are being mentored by the GP team and will be with us until the end of March 2018.
|Sister Claire Muir|
RGN BSc (Hon) Nurse Practitioner
Sister Muir manages our nursing team. She is an experienced nurse practitioner who works extensively as part of the Rapid Access (Duty) team.
She also runs Asthma and COPD clinics.
Her interests include: managing minor illness, CHD, hypertension, asthma and chronic lung disease.
|Sister Lynn Paice|
RGN Nurse Prescriber
Sister Paice runs our travel clinic and also offers hypertension and asthma clinics. Her interests include: managing minor illness, general nursing and asthma
|Sister Wendy Morris (f)|
|Sister Jean Thomas (f)|
|Sister Karen Byng (f)|
|Sister Alison Frater|
Sister Frater is our diabetes nurse lead. She works closely with Dr Longley to help patients with diabetes manage their condition.
|Sister Tina Palmer|
Tina joined the practice in 2014. She works in the treatment room and supports the Minor Injuries Unit with care of casualties.
|Sister Julee Cherukattu|
Sister Cherukattu joined the practice in summer 2015 to work in the treatment room.
She also supports the Minor Injuries Unit with care of casualties.
Karen Baxter, Wendy Gagan and Mary Barnsley provide support to the doctors and nursing team and carry out a range of procedures including taking blood, performing cardiographs and lung function tests.
They also work in the practice treatment room, support the Minor Injuries Unit and undertake health checks for new patients and those with hypertension.