Clinical Staff


Practice Nurses

The practice nursing team consists of nurses with a wide range of skills and clinical experience. Specialist clinical interests are chronic disease management, including diabetes and respiratory care, travel and baby immunisation, womens’ health and blood pressure monitoring.


Head of Nursing/Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Trudy Faulkner 

DoctorateN MSc BSc (Hons) BA RGN Dip. Asthma Dip. Allergy. Dip Respiratory Assessment, Non Medical Prescriber  

Practice Nurses  

Jennifer Carson



Sarah Corney



Jane Power


Health Care Assistants

Mrs Vivienne Harries

Mrs Jodie Darney



Research Team

The practice has a keen interest in research and has strong links with the National Institute for Social Care and Health Research. Occasionally, patients in the practice are asked if they would like to join in these research activities. Any decision patients take not to be involved is respected fully.

More information can be found in the Research section of this website.

The Research team is comprised of GPs and nurses along with non clinical staff

The research Activity is co-ordinated by

Melanie Davies, RGN, RM, Dip. Mid  - Clinical Research Manager

Research Nurse

Nicola Phillips


Health Care Assistants

Mrs Julie Bennett


District Nurses

District Nurses are highly qualified and experienced nurses who specialise in wound management, palliative care and caring for patients in their homes. The district nursing team consists of nurses of various grades with a range of skills and experience. Their duties include visiting patients of any age in their homes, giving practical assistance or offering professional advice. Each patient's needs are assessed and the appropriate care/treatment is planned accordingly.

Health Visitors

Health Visitors are highly qualified and experienced nurses who specialise in child and family health. They can help patients and their families with worries or problems regarding their health. They visit families with young children at home.


Community Midwives

Midwives provide ante-natal clinics and visit patients in their homes both before and after delivery of their babies. Antenatal Clinics are held at the main surgery on Mondays 1.30 - 2.30pm and Thursdays 2 - 3pm