Our staff at Kelsall Medical Centre are all keen to provide you with the best service that we possibly can, with an emphasis on high standards, kindness, and equality. We are a small surgery, and work closely as a team.
Dr Kylie Daniels MB BS (London, 2006). MRCGP, DRCOG. GP partner. Clinical lead in epilepsy, sexual health, and learning difficulties, with an interest in paediatrics.
Dr Claire Baker MB ChB (Liverpool, 1996). MRCGP. GP Partner. Clinical lead in child protection, and respiratory conditions.
Dr Aled Donovan MB ChB (Liverpool, 2010). MCRGP. Salaried GP. Clinical lead in cardiovascular disease and stroke, and diabetes. Performs minor surgery and cryotherapy.
Dr James White MB ChB, FRCA, MRCP(UK), MRCPE, MCRGP, DRCOG. Salaried GP with an interest in acute care and pain.
Qualified to take blood samples, removes sutures and perform dressings, ear syringing, and health promotions as detailed elsewhere on this web site. Immunisations for children. Chronic disease monitoring.
Kate Pugh Practice Nurse | RGN (2008). Lead nurse for diabetes.
Liz Bowring – Practice Nurse | RGN (1990) ENB 100 Intensive Care Nursing (1999) DIP HE Health Studies (2003). Degree Module in Adult And Childhood Asthma. Degree Module in Spirometry. Lead nurse for respiratory conditions and Infection Control.
Health Care Assistant
Available: Monday 8.10am – 11.10am, Wednesday 8.10am -11.00am and Thursday 8.10-11.10am. Please book an appointment with Reception.
For taking blood samples, ECGs, and some health checks
Lead Receptionist Stella Rutter, with Gill Alderman, Sue Hand, Josephine Oultram, Karen Griffiths, Helen Burns, Paula Church, Jean Winterburn and Libby Briggs.
Our Receptionists are the people who are normally your first point of contact with the surgery, and who help you work out the best way to access our services. Please be patient if you have to wait a little for attention as they have a difficult job to do, dealing with a constant stream of enquiries. When you telephone for medical attention, the Receptionists may ask you for some details. They have been trained to make these enquiries so that you can be helped in the most appropriate way with as little delay as possible. Confidentiality laws mean the receptionist needs to speak with the person who has the problem, please be understanding.
Kath Shanley – NVQ2/Equivalent
Sarah Davies – NVQ2/Equivalent
Alison Handley – NVQ2/Equivalent
Julie Johnson BA (hons)
If you have any difficulties concerning the services provided, or any non-medical enquires, you are welcome to speak to our Office Manager or Practice Manager.
Marion Moss, Jill Gore, and Katie Petty process all your referrals to hospital, all new patient information, and ensure all medical information, past and present, is recorded on the computer.
Elaine Walker deals with all repeat medication requests.
Kath Shanley is responsible for improving the prescribing service to both patients and clinicians by minimising error and reducing wastage of medicines.
If you are a Carer and need any help, please ask for Karen, at Reception.
Attached to the Practice
Available to see you and to help with – Dressings, removals of sutures and injections; Advice and care of the acutely and chronically sick and the terminally ill; Advice on incontinence, supplying pads and other aids. They are in daily contact with the surgery and can be contacted via Reception.
Community Midwife – Julia Briscoe
Provides care and support for mothers before and after delivery, and care for the baby during the first fortnight of life, after which the Health Visitor takes over. Our Midwife holds regular Ante-natal Clinics, please make an appointment or leave a message at Reception.
To help with health matters relating to the under 5s e.g. feeding difficulties, hearing problems, general health, etc. She can advise on health matters for the elderly and the handicapped. Our Health Visitor can be contacted by leaving a message with Reception Staff.