DR HOWARD DAVIES
MBChB (Liverpool 2001), MRCGP (2008)
Interests: Medical Education, General Medicine
DR ROSLYN MCARTHUR
MBChB BSc (Med Sci) MRCGP
Interests: Elderly Medicine
DR HANNAH LAWLESS
MBChB (Univeristy of Liverpool 2010) MRCGP (2015), Interests: Baby Clinic, Elderly Medicine
DR ANNA STICKLAND
MBChB MRCGP MRCP DFSRH DCH
DR MIRIAM HART
DR CHARLOTTE FOK
DR SALLY BIRD
DR KATHERINE MCGUFFIN
DR SARAH MUNRO
DR CLAIRE POLLARD
DR LIAM WILSON
DR AYUSH AHUJA
GP Registrar Dr Ahuja will be here with us until February 2022
DR CLAIRE HENDERSON
GP Registrar here with us until February 2022
RGN, PG Dip, PG Cert
Rachel qualified as an RGN in 1989 having trained at East Glamorgan Hospital in South Wales. After qualifying she worked for almost 10 years in Canada before returning to the UK. Rachel has since worked in general practice and also as a prison health nurse. She is a nurse prescriber and has a special interest in COPD and asthma. Rachel joined the team on 10th June 2013.
BN(Hons) RGN, BA(Hons), V300 Prescriber Emma qualified from the University of Liverpool in 2007, following completion of her nursing degree.. Soon after Emma worked with the Treatment Room service. Then in 2009 joined General Practice. For many years she enjoyed her time working as a practice nurse before embarking on a change of role to a prescribing nurse practioner. Emma is currently finishing her MSc in Advanced Clinical Practice
RGN, PN Cert, Diabetes Cert, Family Planning Cert, Asthma Dip.
Sister Lockhart trained at the old Liverpool Royal Infirmary from 1973-76. Following this she spent 4 years in intensive care, 6 years as a surgical ward sister and 3 years as a nursing home matron. Sister Lockhart has now spent over 20 years at Green Lane and has special interests in asthma and COPD.
BN (Hons) RGN, District Nurse qualification, V100 prescriber
Karen qualified from Liverpool University following completion of Bachelor of Nursing degree course in 1996. After qualifying, she went to work on a gastro medical ward in the Royal Liverpool Hospital for seven years. Following this, Karen went to work in the community where she worked as a District Nurse care manager for twelve years before joining our team in January 2015.
Blood tests: Thursday morning and Friday afternoon. Blood pressure, suture removal, NPHC (new patient health checks), NHS health checks. Flu and pneumococcal vaccines.
The practice manager is involved in managing all of the business aspects of the practice such as making sure that the right systems are in place to provide a high quality of patient care, human resources, finance, patient safety, premises and equipment and information technology. The practice manager supports the GPs and other medical professionals with delivering patient services and also helps to develop extended services to enhance patient care.