Dr Lydia Taylor(*f)
MBChB DRCOG MRCGP
Dr Sally Franks(*f)
Dr Thomas Gibbs (*m)
BSc MSc MBBS MRCGP
Dr Joanna Vila (*f)
MBBS MRCGP DFFP
Dr Victor Nicholas (*m)
Dr Helen Mcwilliams (*f)
BSc MBChB MRCS DOHNS DRCOG MRCGP
Dr Emma Haigh (*f)
MBBS, DRCOG, DFSRH, MRCGP
Dr Sharon Lewis (*F)
Dr Julie Hamilton (*F)
Our Nursing Team
We have a lovely nursing team who have a multitude of skills; some specialise in specific long term conditions, others provide general nursing and we are lucky to have three excellent health care assistants.
Our Practice Team
Responsible for financial and strategic planning.
Responsible for day to day running of the practiceOur admin team are a friendly bunch, many of whom have worked in the practice for numerous years, and will deal with your enquires. They are broken down into.
Your first point of contact with our practice. They can provide basic information on services and can direct you to the most appropriate person depending on your health issue. Receptionists also perform important tasks such as issuing repeat prescriptions and dealing with prescription queries.
Deal with all correspondence that passes through the practice each day and type up letters and hospital referrals.
Deal with patient records, carry out searches, responsible for sending out invites for patient reviews.
Our Attached Team
Health Visiting (Early Start Service)
Health Visitors are all trained nurses and have an additional qualification as a specialist practitioner. They all have extensive knowledge about child development and child health, parenting strategies, breast feeding, nutrition, maternal mood, and community support. They offer support with social, emotional and environmental issues that affect families.The Health Visiting Team aims to provide care from 0-19 years.
• Antenatal Visits
• Preparation for birth and beyond
• Birth Visits
• 6 – 8 Week Contact
• Physical and Developmental Checks
The midwives provide care and advice during pregnancy and after childbirth. There are dedicated antenatal clinics at both surgeries. Please speak to reception if you would like to see a midwife.
District (community) Nurses
They provide increasingly complex care for housebound patients and support for family members.
Macmillan nurses are specialist cancer nurses who provide support and help patients to understand treatment options for their cancer.
Domestic Violence Worker
Provides one to one support for those experiencing domestic abuse.
Alcohol and Drugs worker
Provides one to one help and support for those experiencing problems related to alcohol or drugs.
Available to patients over 18 years.
Our carer support worker provides free advice, support and information appointments every month. To find out more visit Carer’s Leeds.
Provide help with loneliness and can signpost to other services.