The New Webpage for Kellsall Medical Centre

Kelsall Community Day & Flu Clinic

30th September - 9am till 2pm
At Kelsall Community Centre
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Meet the Team

Kelsall Medical Centre is run by a dedicated team of over 20 staff members who are all committed to patient care. Our team of doctors consists of Dr Kylie Daniels, Dr Aled Donovan, Dr Claire Baker and Dr Heather Sage. Our nurses are Liz Bowring and Kate Pugh, and we also have Izabela Kolodziejska who works as a Health Care Assistant. Julie Johnson is the Practice Manager, and with the invaluable help of our reception and administration team ensures the smooth running of the surgery.

 

Dr. Kylie Daniels

Dr. Kylie Daniels

GP Partner

MBBS (2006), MRCGP, DRCOG. Dr Daniels is the clinical lead for epilepsy, sexual health, and learning difficulties, and has developed an interest in paediatrics.

Dr. Aled Donovan

Dr. Aled Donovan

Salaried GP

MB ChB (2010) MRCGP. Dr Donovan is the clinical lead for diabetes, cardiovascular disease and stroke, and performs minor surgery and cryotherapy.

Dr. Claire Baker

Dr. Claire Baker

Salaried GP

MB ChB (1996), MRCGP. Dr Baker is the clinical lead for asthma and COPD, and child protection. She has developed interests in palliative care and commissioning.

Dr. Heather Sage

Dr. Heather Sage

Salaried GP

MB ChB (Liverpool, 2006). MRCGP, DRCOG, DFSRH.

Liz Bowring

Liz Bowring

Practice Nurse

RGN 1990. Lead nurse for respiratory conditions and Infection Control.

Kate Pugh

Kate Pugh

Practice Nurse

RGN 2008. Lead nurse for Diabetes.

Izabela Kolodziejska

Izabela Kolodziejska

Healthcare Assistant

Blood tests and samples.

Julie Johnson

Julie Johnson

Practice Manager
Chris Parker

Chris Parker

Office Manager

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About Us

Our team here at Kelsall Medical Centre all work to deliver a high quality, kind, and fair service to all of our patients.

Kelsall Medical Centre has been through some exciting transitions recently, and we look forward to continuing to develop our service to meet the needs of our community. 

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