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Bad Weather

Many thanks for your patience over recent weeks with the 2-3 days of disruption due to bad weather. Please be assured we do all we can to offer a normal service in such times but have the same problems getting in as everyone else. In the last 2 occasions we had a doctor cycle in through the snow over 11 miles when his car couldn't get in and another doctor on their day off bring in their child towing them on a sledge to provide support for the doctors stuck in traffic. Our entire practice team makes gallant efforts to get in and provide the service needed.

Measles outbreak

Measles is highly contagious. Please see NHS Choices for advice if you are concerned that you or your child may have measles.

Clinical pharmacist

We now have a clinical pharmacist working at the practice.  As a specialist in medicine, you can see her if you have medication related problems to discuss rather than seeing a GP.  As at reception.  

Read our latest patient newsletter

June 2017 - patient newsletter


Pamela Taylor (f)
As Lead Practice Nurse I am the nursing manager for the practice with responsibility for the nursing and healthcare team. I have experience and training in a wide range of conditions and have a special interest in Diabetes management and I am trained in insulin conversion. I work to facilitate a team approach in providing our patients with a high level of quality care.
Katie Taylor (f)

I joined Ashfield Medical Centre after completing my nursing qualification.  I am the Senior Practice Nurse having gained significant experience and training since joining the Practice.  I continue to advance mt role and skills and I am now a qualified nurse prescriber.   

Natalie Longley (f)

Natalie joined the Practice in April 2015 having previously worked as a nurse at Leeds Teaching Hospitals.  Since joining the Practice Natalie has embraced the opportunity to undertake further training to develop her skills as a Practice Nurse. 

Briony Hughes (f)

Briony undertook one of her student nurse placements with the Practice and worked as a Healthcare Assistant whilst completing her nurse training.  Having completed her nursing degree, Briony joined the Practice as a full time nurse and the Practice is supporting her to develop her nursing skills. 

Healthcare Assistants

Joanne Potter (f)

Jo joined the Practice as a receptionist and then took the opportunity to train as a Healthcare Assistant. 

Louise Hague (f)

Louise also joined the Practice as a receptionist.  The Practice values staff development and decided to offered a healthcare assistant apprenticeship and Louise took up the opportunity.  She aims to complete her apprenticeship later this year. 

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