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Dr Morris is currently off work as she has been unwell.  We expect her to be off for several weeks so please bear with us during her absence.  She has been well cared for by the NHS and will be back to work as soon as she is fit and well enough to do so.  Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.  


Clinical pharmacist


We now 


Walking Group


Congratulations to Dr Clare Morris on a successful first walking group on Tuesday 22nd May (photo on our Practice Team Work tab). The next lunchtime walk is on the 26th June 2018 at 1pm at Ashfield.


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

Practice Management

Miss Lisa Smedley (f)

Responsible for the overall running of Ashfield Medical Centre. 

Administration

Michaella Guilfoyle heads up the Practice Administration team.  She is supported by:

  • Joanne Howland
  • Susan Russell
  • Adele Milnes

The team do an excellent job of dealing with referrals, keeping medical records up to date and dealing the ever increasing amount of paperwork coming to general practice. 

Reception

Our friendly team of receptionists will deal with your enquiries, book appointments and assist you with any issues you may have.

Our reception team leader, Kim Holloway heads up the reception team overseeing the day to day running of reception. 

The Practice currently has a team of 7 receptionists:

  • Olga Hanbury
  • Abby Marwood
  • Shelley Nicol
  • Afsana Sajid
  • Laura Shearer
  • Mandy Walls
  • Kirsty Worsnop

A number of our reception team bring experience working in other parts of the NHS in Leeds. 

 
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