CHILWELL MEADOWS SURGERY
Dr Susanne Bond MB ChB FRCGP (female)
Qualified from Sheffield Medical School in 1990. She is closely involved with the monitoring and supervision of doctors training to become GPs. Her clinical interests include all areas of general practice, especially women's health and child health and she is our Patient Safety and Patient Participation lead.
Dr Bond sees patients on a Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Dr Katie Rhodes BM BS BMedSci DGM DRCOG DFFP FRCGP (female)
Qualified from Nottingham Medical School in 1986. She joined the practice in 2002. She is currently the Senior Partner, CQC registered manager and Clinical Governance lead for the practice. She is also an assistant Professor in the Medical School and is involved with teaching medical students in the practice. Her clinical interests include family planning and advance care planning.
Dr Rhodes sees patients on a Monday, Thursday and Friday.
Dr Alison McKnespiey BM BS MRCGP DFFP DRCOG (female)
Qualified from Nottingham Medical School in 1999. She joined the practice in 2005. She is interested in contraception and sexual health and is our Safeguarding lead.
Dr McKnespiey sees patients on a Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Dr Sarah Thomas BM BS MRCGP (female)
Qualified from Nottingham Medical School in 2009. Her clinical interests include advance care planning and asthma.
Dr Thomas sees patients on a Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.
Dr Victoria Robinson MBBS MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH (female)
Qualified from Newcastle University in 2011. She then returned to the East Midlands to complete her GP training and joined the practice in 2019. Her clinical interests include contraception, sexual health and children’s allergies. She also does joint injections.
Dr Robinson sees patients on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Dr Dennis Chan MBBS, MRCGP (male)
Qualified from Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry in 2009. He completed his GP training in Burton on Trent, West Midlands where he was also a full time GP for 4 years. He is involved with the mentoring and supervision of doctors who are training to become GPs. He is the Practice lead for Diabetes.
Dr Chan sees patients on a Tuesday and a Thursday.
Advanced Nurse Practitioner
Joanne Wood. Jo started as an RGN Nurse, training in London and qualified in 1995. Since qualifying Jo’s interests have been in emergency/urgent care. She worked in Accident and Emergency for 8 years after qualifying before doing a Bsc Hons degree in Emergency Practice in 2004. After completing this she worked as an ECP (Emergency Care Practitioner) for the Derby Out of Hours Service. Her role consists of working alongside the doctors, dealing with urgent telephone triage/consultations to assess the needs of patients. As part of this role she is able to prescribe medicines if they are needed.
Jo Wood sees patients on a Monday, Tuesday and Friday.
Rhian Schofield RGN is our senior practice nurse who is also qualified to prescribe some medication. She works closely with Jill Cheetham and Vickie Verhoeven our other practice nurses, and together they offer a wide range of services including health advice, travel health, asthma and diabetic care, blood pressure and coronary heart disease monitoring, family planning and cervical smears, baby immunisations as well as other nursing tasks such as dressings. Appointments can be made at reception to see them. We need to know the reason for the appointment so we can allocate you the right amount of time you need with them.
Sulvinder Samra MPharm
Sulvinder is our clinical pharmacist and is based within the practice. Her role is to help manage long term conditions, reviewing medicines and helping understand medication when discharged from hospital. She can help with any questions about medicines either face to face or over the phone. Book an appointment with her by calling reception.
Debbie Leivers is our Healthcare Assistant. She is trained to carry out dressings and well being health checks, take blood pressures, give flu vaccinations and take blood for blood tests.
Linda is responsible for the administration of the practice and is happy to discuss queries, comments and suggestions regarding the day-
Quality Development and Information Systems Manager
Ed helps us manage improvements in our communication systems and information technology, including maintaining the practice website. Ed is very experienced in medical IT and practice management.
Steph is our Office Manager and she is helped by Karen, Christine, Chloe, Suzanne, Jane, Claire, Michaela and Debbie. They will deal with your queries and appointment requests. They may ask you a few details in order to work out how best to help you but they are bound by the same levels of confidentiality as the doctors.
The Practice secretaries Mel, Sonia and Rachel will liaise with hospitals for us. One of them is here every day. If you have issues with your liaison with hospitals please speak to them directly.
Our phlebotomists are with us every Tuesday and Wednesday. They are especially trained to do blood tests. Appointments to see them can be made at reception.
Our team of experienced community nurses is based at Stapleford Care Centre. They offer a wide variety of services to the housebound and those recently discharged from hospital. This includes care of the young people with disabilities, wound care, injections and advanced and palliative care. They can be contacted by telephoning 03000830100 Monday to Friday 8.30am-
Healthy Family team
The Healthy Family team covers most of our practice population. Their primary role is to support families with children under five years old and to promote child health within the wider population. They can be contacted for advice or for a home visit by leaving a message at Dovecote House where they are based on 0115 8835500.
The Community Midwife team is involved in the care of all mothers before and after the birth of their child. They are available for any queries or concerns at Dovecote House on 0115 8835500. For the emergency midwife call 07967204126 (9am-
Teaching and training
To help with the education of future doctors we are linked to Nottingham University Medical School. We therefore may have medical students in the surgery from time to time. You will be informed when you book an appointment, or on arrival if this is the case. If you do not wish to have the student present during your consultation please let reception or the doctor know.
We are also a University hub practice and students come from other practices for teaching at our practice in our health education room. You will always be asked if you are happy to see a student or a student may sit in observing the consultation. Students are expected to behave in the same professional way as doctors and have the same understanding of confidentiality as we do.
We also have fully qualified doctors working with us for periods of between 4 and 12 months so that they gain experience in general practice. These enthusiastic, well trained and supervised doctors bring many benefits to the team and patients alike. Occasionally a consultation may be recorded on video, but only with the patient’s permission. These recordings are strictly confidential, seen only by doctors involved in training, and are erased afterwards.
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The Valley Surgery
81 Bramcote Lane
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We are now registered as a Park Run Practice. Information on our local weekly events and how to register can be found on the website below. We hope to see you there taking part! http://www.parkrun.org.uk/beeston/
PLEASE NOTE THESE ARE CANCELLED FOR THE TIME BEING HOWEVER YOU CAN TAKE THE PARKRUN RESOLUTION FOR 2021.
General Data Protection Regulations 2018 Privacy Notice for patients.
These new regulations come into force on 25 May 2018 and it is important that all patients are made aware of them. Further information can be viewed here or you can ask at reception for a copy of this Data Protection Privacy Notice.
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