(Qualifying dates, gender and date of joining the practice)
Dr See Kwok MB ChB (Leeds 1978) DRCOG Cert Pall Med MD FRCGP 1983 (Female)
Dr Douglas E Jeffrey BSc MB ChB MRCGP (Manchester 1993) 2001 (Male)
Dr Damian M Allcock BSc MB ChB (Manchester 1991) MRCPCH 2005 (Male)
Dr Eidn Mahmoudzadeh MB ChB (Manchester 2003 MRCGP DCH 2009 (Male)
Dr Toby K Cartwright
MB ChB (Manchester 2001) MRCPsych MRCGP 2009 (Male)
Dr Amy Ho MBChB (Manchester 2006) RCGP DRCOG DFFFP (Female)
Dr Louise Hilton MBChB (Hons) (Liverpool 2004) MRCGP (Female)
We have a full complement of administrative, secretarial, reception and clerical staff to help you at all times.
We have a Practice Nurse Team who are available to offer help and advice on general health matters. They will see children with childhood illnesses, take cervical smears, deal with minor injuries and give "travel advice". They are experts in the care and management of wounds and are involved with the running of the wide range of clinics which are provided by the practice.
Doctors Training in General Practice
The practice usually has the benefit of one or more doctors training in general practice. After a substantial time spent working in hospital, they spend a year with us before entering independent practice. They are available for consultation in the same way as the partners.
Occasionally we may have medical students who sit in with the doctor or nurse during consultations. You will be notified in advance if a student is present and have the choice of requesting that the student leaves the room before the consultation begins.
Community-Based Nursing Staff
We work in close partnership with the community-based nursing services, which includes the following:
Community (District) Nurses
The district nursing team work with us to provide nursing care and support for our patients in their own homes. The district nurses may be contacted by telephoning their office on 0161 443 0615.
The community midwives care for our patients during the antenatal period and for two to four weeks after the birth of the baby. They may be contacted by telephoning 0161 447 4233 between 2.00-4.00pm or through our reception staff.
The health visitors are community nurses who work with the practice to provide health promotion services for children and their families. They can be contacted on 0161 443 0610.
The Macmillan nurses provide advice and support for cancer patients and their families. They can be contacted through your doctor or by telephoning 0161 861 8888 extension 220/239.