General Practitioners

Dr Rachel C Pring (f)
MBBS (London 1998) MRCP MRCGP DRCOG DFFP

Dr Kirsty Pettit (f)
MB ChB (Leicester 1993) MRCGP DRCOG DFFP

Dr Sarah Jagger (f)
MBChB (Leeds) MRCGP MRCS (Eng) MCEM DRCOG

Dr Claire Oliver (f)
MBBS (London 1995), MRCGP, PgDip Dermatology

Dr Andrew C Norman (m)
MBChB (Sheffield 2014) MRCGP 2019

Dr Rose Kennedy (f)
MBChB 2010 (Hons) BSc (Hons) MRCGP (2016) DRCOG

Dr Jane Seabourne (f)
MBChB (Birmingham 2013) MRCGP DFSRH

Dr Kate Howgego (f)
MbChB Sheffield (2014) MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH

Dr Catherine Ellis (f)
MBChB (Birmingham 2012) BSc Hons MRCGP

Dr Ellie Phillips (f)
MBBS, (Hull/York 2010) MRCGP 2020

Dr Harriet Ribbons (f)
MBCHB, BMedSci (hons) (Sheffield 2015) MRCGP 2022

Dr Yasmin Small (f)
MBChB Birmingham (2014) DRCOG, DFSRH, MRCGP

Dr Laura Lee (f)
MBBS MA (Oxon) PhD DFSRH

Dr Rebecca Sykes (f)
MB ChB (Manchester) MRCGP

Dr Mhairi McKittrick (f)
MB ChB Leeds 1995 , MRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP

GP Registrars

We usually have one or more GP Registrars working with us. GP Registrars are fully qualified doctors who are gaining experience in general practice under the supervision of one of the partners. Each Registrar is usually with us for six months. To help with the training process we may ask if we can take a recording of your consultation. It is the Registrar who will be “on camera” not the patient. You will always be informed in advance if this is taking place and you can decline to take part if you wish.

Our current GP Registrars are:

Dr Essi Toughton
Dr Annelise Ribeiro

Advanced Clinical Practitioners

ACPs are highly trained clinicians who are qualified to manage more complex health needs. They can diagnose, treat, and when necessary, prescribe for more complex problems. Our GPs may arrange for you to see an ACP when they feel it is appropriate for your care.
Mr Idrees Akhtar
Mr Hameed Anwar
Mr Haroon Ghafoor
Mr Rafiq Hussain
Mr Tashan Bahar

Adult Mental Health Practitioner

Ms Rosie Porter

Nurses

We have a team of experienced nurses who manage a wide range of health problems:
Sister Maire Porter (Nurse Manager)
Sister Toni Finnie
Sister Amanda Fox
Sister Melissa Lopez

Our Nursing Team offer a full range of Primary Care services including childhood immunisations, travellers’ health advice, emergency contraception, cervical screening and help patients to manage long term conditions such as Asthma and Diabetes.

Miss Caitlin Bell is a Nursing Associate.

Healthcare Assistants

Our Healthcare Assistants are trained to support the Nursing Team by carrying out tasks such as wound care, urine testing specimens, new patient checks, ECGs, blood pressure monitoring and health promotion.
Mrs Susie Storah
Mrs Michelle Thornton
Mrs Kelly Watkins
Miss Vicky Moorby
Miss Leaine Field

Pharmacists

Our Practice Pharmacists review patient's medications, particularly those on multiple or complex prescriptions.  They may call you to discuss changes that are required to ensure you are prescribed the optimum medications.

Ms Yoti Body-Lawson (extended access)
Mr Haroon Ghafoor (extended access)
Mr Awais Ramzan
Ms Uzmah Saddique

Practice Management

Mr Mark Bennett
Practice Manager

Mrs Joanna Antemes
Patient Services Manager

Mr Paul McGowan
Operations Manager

Care Navigators

Our Care Navigators are the first people you meet when you contact the practice by phone or in person. They may ask you for information on behalf of a doctor or nurse, or they may pass on information to you - please be assured that they are fully trained to ensure they protect patients’ confidentiality.
Miss Corrina Crusham
Miss Katie Davies
Ms Sarah Emmott
Mrs Jennifer Feeney
Ms Jessica Greenwood
Mrs Anne Kennett
Mrs Edit O'Brien
Mrs Maggie Pease
Mrs Angela Spencer

Administration

We have a large team of administrators who support the work of the GPs and other clinical staff.
Miss Zoe Andrews
Mrs Linda Bispham
Mrs Dianne Carroll
Mrs Amanda Clement
Ms Sarah Emmott
Miss Mollie Gamon
Miss Wendy Jones
Miss Caitlin Jordan
Ms Alison Maxfield
Mrs Alison Shenton
Miss Deanna Veervald
Mr Bob Wood

Community Midwives

Your midwife provides support, care and advice during your pregnancy, labour and for the first few weeks after your baby’s birth.
They can be contacted on (01756) 702341.

Community Nurses

The district nursing team provides full community nursing services including care for the terminally ill at home.
Contact them on (01756) 701754 for non-urgent messages and (01535) 652511 for urgent messages via bleep 8.30am-5.00pm, 6.00 to 10.00pm

Health Visitors

Health Visitors work primarily with families and young children. They are also involved with health promotion/education.
Contact them on: (01756) 702341.

Social Prescribers

Our Social Prescribing Team offer help and support with a wide range of issues such as loneliness, housing problems and stress caused by money or housing problems.
Social Prescribers aim to help our patients by putting them in touch with organisations, people or activities that might improve their wellbeing or provide practical solutions to their problems.
You can find out more about the service by clicking on the link below:
Social Prescribing Service - Wharfedale Airedale & Craven Alliance (wacalliance.co.uk)

If you feel you would like to speak to a Social Prescriber, please ask a member of our Reception Team to arrange this.

The Social Prescribing Team Members linked to Dyneley House Surgery are:

Ms Hilary Bailey – Children Counsellor
Ms Melanie Blott – Mental Health Coach
Ms Helen Myers - Mental Health Coach
Ms Amanda Nowell – Adults Social Prescriber
Mr David Pugh – Children Social Prescriber
 

GP Net Earnings

All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.

The average pay for GPs working in Dyneley House Surgery in the last financial year was £77,141 before tax and National Insurance. This is for one full time GP and 11 part time GPs who worked in the practice for more than six months.