Dr Craig Kelly - Senior GP Partner - GMC Reg: 3128039
BSc (Hons), MBBS, DCH, DRCOG, DGM, FRCGP, UCH London 1986
Dr Nirosha D Whitfield - GP Partner - GMC Reg: 6060146
MBBS, MRCGP, DFSRH, Peradeniya 2000
Dr Zubair Alam - GP Partner - GMC Reg: 6037610
MBBS, FRCGP, DRCOG, Karachi 2000
Dr Indre Licyte - Salaried GP - GMC Reg: 7575665
MD Vilnius, Lithuania 2009
Dr Ola Ojoye - Salaried GP - GMC Reg: 7123735
MBChB, MRCGP Lincolnshire 2018,
Members of the Primary Health Care Team
Practice/Business Manager: David Harding MSc
David has overall responsibility for all aspects of practice administration and finance. He facilitates the Fairfax House Patient Forum and also deals with patient complaints.
Deputy Practice Manager/IT & Administration: Sarah Baxter
Sarah manages the day-to-day running of IT at the practice and oversees practice compliance with the Quality & Outcomes Framework (QoF) and Information Governance. She also manages insurance report requests and the Admin Team and supports the practice manager with his duties.
Finance Manager: Jackie Bailey
Jackie is responsible for the practice payroll and accounts.
Reception Managers: Allison Trevor and Marie Witherington
Allison and Marie are responsible for the day to day management of the reception and dispensary teams.
Dispensary Manager: Rachel Chapman
Rachel is responsible for managing all dispensary functions.
Dispensary Supervisor: Amanda Simmonds
Amanda Supports Rachel in her duties and deputises in her absence.
Reception and Dispensary Team:
Gemma Elsam, Sandra Hall, Sherrie Hewitt, Amanda Hudson, Daniella Nix, David Ovenden, Sally Priest, Vikki Robinson, Zoe Smith & Belinda Turner
Reception duties include booking appointments, greeting patients, dealing with queries, handling requests for repeat prescriptions and dispensary duties.
Sarah Aldridge, Amanda Hudson, Laura Murrell & Gillian Sant
Medical Records Summariser: Sandra Taylor
The Administration Team carries out all secretarial and administrative duties within the practice, dealing with general correspondence and queries, computer data entry, hospial appointments and letters, summarisation of medical records, insurance report requests and the e-Referral hospital appointment booking system.
Practice Nursing Team
Advanced Nurse Practitioner:
Susan Kelly, BSc (Hons), RGN, RM, Dip Asthma, Dip COPD, Dip CHD: Sue is an Advanced Nurse Practitioner and a nurse prescriber. She can see, advise and treat patients with a wide range of conditions and refer patients to hospital when appropriate.
Linda Leech, RGN, ENB, Dip Diabetes: Linda is the Practice Nursing Team Leader. She also has a special interest in diabetes and runs the weekly clinic with Dr Alam.
Charlotte Scotney, RGN: Charlotte is an experienced community nurse who has recently been promoted to the lead nurse.
Charlotte Lal, BSc Adult Nursing: Charli carries out general nursing duties and is currently working to develop her skills in diabetes and respiratory disease.
The nurses are available for minor illness treatment and advice, health promotion, travel and other immunisations, cervical cytology and family planning, as well as running clinics for long term conditions such as diabetes, heart disease or asthma. They also offer weight management and smoking cessation advice and can prescribe medication for some ailments including sore throats, coughs and colds, earache, eye infections, stomach upset, sprains and strains, urine infections, rashes and skin complaints. Please ask the receptionist if you are unsure.
Older Adult Nurse:
Caroline Bardwell, RGN: Caroline is responsible for the care plans for patients over the age of 65. She will visit any frail or elderly patients that need additional care and support.
Health Care Assistants:
Marie Witherington, Sara Yeomans, Beverly Gilliard
The HCAs are able to take blood, check blood pressures, heights and weights as well as carry out other duties including ECGs and anti-coagulation monitoring. They can also administer influenza and pneumonia vaccination.
The healthcare assistants and some of the reception team are trained to act as chaperones for the GPs and nurses during some procedures. Patients are offered a chaperone as a matter of routine; you can state whether you would like a chaperone or not.
Community Nursing Team
Lincolnshire Community NHS Trust employs healthcare professionals who work from the practice to provide care for patients in their own homes. This team includes district nurses and are supported by healthcare assistants. They also deliver a clinic in the practice on a Tuesday and Friday.
The midwife provides care of mother and child before, during and after pregnancy. The midwife usually provides a clinic on a Friday.