You are registered with Whyburn Medical Practice and may see any of the Doctors in the partnership. For administrative purposes you are allocated a 'named doctor' whose details will appear on the bottom of your repeat prescriptions, etc.
Dr Adam Connor (M)BMedSci BM DCH DRCOG Dip Occ Med MRCGP GMC 4327004 (Lead GP)
Dr Sarah Cluroe(F) MB ChB (Liverpool 2001) MRCGP
GMC 6027624 (Locum GP )
Other interests: GP Trainer
Dr Afsheen Kirun (F)
Dr Gill Calder (F)
Dr Abishek Thompson (M)
Dr Martha Berhanu (F)
Dr Nicholas Browne (M)
We believe that educating future doctors is an important part of our work. Nottingham Medical School uses Whyburn Medical Practice to teach student doctors, so you may find a student sitting in. You can find out more about Training and Teaching here.
Advanced Nurse Practitioner - Sharon Smithurst
Practice Nurse - Michelle Sprague R.G.N
Practice Nurse - Kirsty Charlton R.G.N
Practice Nurse - Rachel Taylor R.G.N
Health Care Assistant - Sherren Hurst
Health Care Assistant - Denise Line
Phlebotomist - Denise Line
Primary Integrated Community Services
If you wish to discuss administrative or non-medical aspects of your health treatment or if you have any ideas which will improve the services we provide, our Primary Care Support Managers Sally Haywood and Jackie Brittlebank may be able to help you.
The Managers also deal with problems or complaints you may have to do with the Practice.
Primary Care Support Managers
Sally Haywood - Jackie Brittlebank
Mrs Susan Rollins
Joanne Pugsley & Courteney Drury
Lorraine Arnold, Danielle Adams, Laura Miller, Susan Ecob, Gale Miles and Kim Day, Helen Young, Charlotte Boot, Hannah Banbury.
Janice Mitchell, Helen Balm, Jayne Brown
Data Quality Manager
Data Quality Team
Carol Kibble & Rebecca Dabell
Our Community Health Care Team includes:
Our Health Visitors are based in the surgery. Health Visitors provide health care advice and support to parents of children aged 10 days to 5 years. The Health Visitor can be contacted through the practice.
The District Nurses perform nursing duties at home for patients who are housebound. Their help is arranged by the doctor or by the hospital for newly discharged patients.
Our Community Midwife cares for expectant mothers and visits mothers and babies for up to 28 days after delivery.