|Dr Robert John Muggleton (Male)
||MB ChB (Sheffield) 1986 DRCOG BMedSci MRCGP
|Dr Stephen R Walton (Male)
||MB ChB (Sheffield) 1995 DRCOG
Assisted by a two female salaried GP’s Dr N Abu Bakar and Dr A Hudson.
Sarah Grant is the practice manager and she is responsible for the business, financial, administrative and staff issues to ensure the smooth running of the practice.
She would be happy to hear your views and suggestions about the service offered by the practice.
The receptionists are usually your first point of contact with the surgery. In order to help you to the best of their ability they may need to ask a few questions. Please do not blame the receptionists if the doctor is running late or if they are unable to offer you just what you want. Remember, they are trying to do a difficult and demanding job and are often working under extreme pressure. It is a legal requirement that confidentiality of patients’ records is maintained at the highest level by all staff.
The practice nurse, Sister Christine Priest RGN, is available by appointment. Her numerous tasks include:
- Specialist clinics (ie asthma/diabetes/COPD)
- Taking blood for tests
- Contraceptive advice/smear tests
- Infant, adult and travel immunisations
- Dressings and removal of stitches
- Ear syringing
The staff nurses are available by appointment for blood tests, lifestyle advice including diet, smoking cessation advice, new patient medicals and a range of other services.
Reception staff will book your appointment with the appropriate nurse.
These are the people we work with to provide a full range of health care to everyone in the community.
The district nurses give nursing care to patients confined to their homes including those with terminal illnesses. They have access to equipment to make nursing at home easier for patient and carer. The district nurses also work closely with the doctors and practice nurses and are a valuable part of the team.
The health visitors not only look after the welfare and development of children, but also work with families. They aim to promote good health for everyone.
The community midwives can advise you on all aspects of maternity care. They work together with the doctors providing antenatal and postnatal care.
The counsellors are available two days per week (by referral from the doctor).