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MB BS MRCGP(2001) DFFP CertCLAM
In the practice my interests are musculoskeletal medicine (joints and muscles), minor operations, and in being a doctor of broad interest. I am involved in medico-politics and am the Chairman of the Derbyshire Local Medical Committee.
MBChB, DFFP, DCH, MRCGP
MBChB, BSc (Hons), MRCGP
Before training as a doctor I was an A&E Nurse at Bradford Royal Infirmary. After studying medicine and doing my junior doctor years in Sheffield I trained as a GP in Derbyshire. I am the lead GP for Military Veterans at the practice. I am also an examiner for Sheffield Medical School and King's college London and responsible for all medical students at the surgeries. I am very interested in helping military veterans access good health care, rural health and agriculture as well as dementia and palliative/end of life care.
MB CHB DRCOG MRCGP
Dr Parry has an interest in Paediatrics and Women's Health, she is also able to do INR checks.
MBChB, BMedSci, DCH, (PGCE), MRCGP
"I studied medicine in Sheffield, graduating in 1994. After working in a variety of hospitals, mainly in A&E departments, and training to teach, I started GP training in Winchester in 2000, qualifying in 2003. I enjoy walking, badminton and music and am also involved in a local church. I worked in the High Peak for 7 years before joining Bakewell Medical Centre in 2012. My interests include GP support and education, minor surgery and anticoagulation."
Bsc BM BS MRCP(2011) MRCGP
'I studied biochemistry at Sheffield before doing a period of research. I studied medicine at Nottingham University and qualified in 2008. Following this I have worked in Barnsley, Sheffield and Chesterfield hospitals in a range of specialties and completed my GP training in 2014.
In the practice I am interested in cardiology, diabetes and have been involved with our resuscitation procedures in the practice.
In my spare time I am a keen cyclist and dabble with running and climbing. I enjoy the cinema and cooking.’
As a training practice we have GP Registrars/Trainees with us (normally two or three at any time). They are qualified Doctors carrying out specialist GP Training (as opposed to Hospital Doctor training) which is a three year programme. In their first and second years they will spend four months with us - some who are allocated to one of our GP Education Supervisors (Dr Williams, Dr Todd or Dr Love) will spend a four month period with us and then the whole of their final year.
We are proud to be a training practice and to invest in the future of GP’s for the future.
We also have Medical Students with us from time to time from Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, Imperial College London and Kings College London
The community matron post was established in April 2006 and is a role which was introduced by the Government to recognise and help those patients with long-term illnesses.
Sara is the named nurse for a number of patients and their carers who have more than one long-term illness. The aim is to help these patients manage their conditions more effectively and prevent regular admissions to Hospital.
Sara trained at the Middlesex Hospital in London, qualifying in 1982. She is SRN RM RHV, a Minor Illness Specialist and Family Planning Trained.
Clare is one of our two Community Matrons, covering mainly the Tideswell area.
Nicky is an experienced HCA who works mainly in Tideswell. Nicky also supports our Community Matron with home visits and admin support.
Kerry's responsibilities include the general management of the Practice including finances and strategic planning and development, the building and systems and the overall organisation and management of Practice staff and their training. Kerry also deals with any patient concerns or complaints and any external communications both within the wider NHS and outside the Health Service.
Assistant Practice Manager
Project Manager for Peak & Dales Partnership - Steve is responsible for ensuring that the Practices are CQC compliant, organises staff training and leads on Health & Safety and Data Protection issues.
Clinical Information Manager
Beverley carries out this very specialised work completing audits and ensuring that all clinical data input into patients records is accurate and meets national standards.
Sally is our Administration Manager. Sally looks after our reception and administration teams and deals with patient facing services.
Jessica supports the Practice Management Team
Our friendly and efficient administrative staff are all here to support the GPs in ensuring the efficient running of the surgery for the benefit of all patients. We have an excellent mix of experience and skills and the team have increasingly busy and complex roles and need a wide knowledge of day to day administrative issues in general practice.
Our District Nurses are based here at Bakewell Medical Centre. If you need to contact a member of the District Nursing team please contact them directly on: 01332 564900.
Our district nurses visit to carry out dressings, removal of stitches, administer injections, carry out blood tests and annual reviews for chronic diseases such as Diabetes and CHD. They are proficient in leg care and can offer advice and carry out tests to ascertain the extent and treatment for leg problems. They liaise closely with other members of the multi-disciplinary team in order to maintain the most up to date care and continuity.
They provide care for acutely and chronically ill patients and play a key role for those who have terminal illness. They can also help with continence promotion.
Morag is qualified to offer advice on the health related problems of all age groups. She specialises in children under five, giving advice on feeding, development, vaccinations and behavioural management.
She is also responsible for many public health related issues.