Meet the Team

Get The Right Care

A range of healthcare professionals work alongside GPs at our practice or locally, to ensure you get the right care for your needs as quickly as possible. Speak to our practice reception team to find out more. #GetTheRightCare

GP practices now have specialist teams working alongside the GPs.

These teams include nurses, health care assistants, pharmacists, physiotherapists, mental health and community link workers.

Your needs may be dealt with more effectively by one of these team members. Speak to your practice reception team to find out more.

Care Navigators

Our Care navigators are here to help you.

Your primary care team receptionists have been trained to ensure patients are prioritised based on their health needs.

They are ‘Care Navigators’ who are vital members of the team and treat all information as confidential. Please give them the information they need so that they can help you.

Social Prescribers

Our Social prescribers are here to help you.

Social Prescribing link workers, give people time, focusing on ‘what matters to me’ and taking a holistic approach to people’s health and wellbeing. Social Prescribing Link Workers can connect people to a wide range of non-medical support within the community.

For example:

· Social groups, friendship / emotional support
· Support for families, carers and other close relationships
· Housing, benefits, financial and other advice
· Ways to look after our health or become more active
· Opportunities to build confidence, learn new skills or reduce anxiety
· Arts, music or other creative activities
· Getting out and about

Social prescribers are healthcare professionals working together with your GP. Please speak with you practice team to find out more.

Clinical Pharmacists

Our Clinical Pharmacists are here to help you.

Clinical pharmacists work as part of the general practice team to improve value and outcomes from medicines and consult with and treat patients directly. This includes providing extra help to manage long-term conditions, advice for those on multiple medicines and better access to health checks. The role is pivotal to improving the quality of care and ensuring patient safety.

Having clinical pharmacists in GP practices means that GPs can focus their skills where they are most needed, for example on diagnosing and treating patients with more complex conditions. This helps GPs to manage the demands on their time. Please speak with you practice team to find out more


Our Physios are here to help you. The vast majority of musculoskeletal first contact practitioners are physiotherapists with enhanced skills. They can help patients with musculoskeletal issues such as back, neck and joint pain by:

• assessing and diagnosing issues

• giving expert advice on how best to manage their conditions

• referring them onto specialist services if necessary.

By making it easier for patients to access physiotherapist, patients will have quicker access to diagnosis and treatment, helping them to manage their conditions more effectively and recover faster, so they can get back to normal life quickly. They will help GPs to manage their workload more effectively and reduce the need for onward referrals. Please speak with you practice team to find out more.

Practice Partners

Dr G Wheatley

Senior Partner


Nurse Theresa Hare



Dr G Wheatley (m)


Dr J Clayton (f)

Salaried GP

MB ChB (Edinburgh 1997), Med Sci (Hons), DRCOG, DOC Med

Dr Nkiru Oluwatosin (f)

Salaried GP

GP Training

This is a teaching practice and we have GP Registrars attached to the General Practice as part of their training.

These doctors hold surgeries, make home visits, help at clinics and take part in the emergency rota.

One of the fully registered doctors or associate doctors supervise the Registrar and are available for advice immediately if necessary.

The GP Registrars are fully registered with the General Medical Council and have several years post graduate experience.


Dr Marcus Obagunlu

GP Registrar

Dr Adeola Adesokan

GP Registrar

Nursing Team

Advanced Skills Nurses and Practice Nurses

Advanced Skills Nurses and Practice Nurses wear navy uniform.

Sandy Clayton

Advanced Skills Nurse

Tracy Dash

Advanced Skills Nurse

Melissa Coddington

 Advanced Nurse Practitioner (Independent Prescriber)

Sara Basten

Advanced Skills Nurse

Kerry Holmes

Advanced Skills Nurse

Gail Bent

Practice Nurse

Elaine Patchett

Practice Nurse

Trainee Nurse Associates

Tracy Yewman

Healthcare Assistants

Sarah Willoughby

Annie Gater

Ineta Kirilova-Bapkauske

  • Advanced Skills Nurses and Practice Nurses wear navy uniform.
  • Healthcare Assistants wear royal blue uniform.

Many of the things that you might think you need to see a doctor about can often be dealt with by nurses, all whom have been trained to deal with some medical problems.

Indeed, for some things the nurse is more experienced at dealing with the problem than a doctor. Routine blood pressure checks, HRT and contraceptive prescribing, minor illness management and management of diabetes, coronary heart disease, asthma and COPD and many conditions come within their expertise.

The practice nurses also run daily triage clinics (triage clinic is a clinic for patients who just feel unwell for one reason or another).

Advanced Paramedic Practitioners

James Wareham

Consultant Paramedic Practitioner, Independent Prescriber & Minor Surgery Practitioner

Elaine Wyatt

Independent Prescriber

Cameron Wyatt

Independent Prescriber

Paul Walton

Independent Prescriber

Sarah Cragg

Independent Prescriber

Diane Astley

Practice Team

Practice Management

Debbie Herd

HR Manager

Mrs Mary Barnes

Practice Manager

Mrs Lisa Jones

Assistant Practice Manager


Our Clinical Admin and Data team deal with test results, patients paper records, letters and reports coming into the surgery.

Sharon Craig

Clinical Admin & QOF Manager

Sarah Candler

Data Team Supervisor

Care Navigation Team

Mrs Sanda Voinea

Care Navigation Manager

Angie Coddington

Care Navigation Supervisor

Sophie Wilson

Care Navigation Supervisor

Carla Allen

Care Navigation Supervisor

Care Navigation Supervisors are responsible for the management of the practices Reception function.


Debbie Humphrey

Senior Secretary

Debbie is responsible for all secretarial services and supervising her team of secretaries.

Healthcare Team

A range of healthcare professionals work alongside GPs at our practice or locally, to ensure you get the right care for your needs as quickly as possible. Speak to our practice reception team to find out more. #GetTheRightCare


Mandy Leonard

Dispensary Manager

Mandy is responsible for all dispensing matters and supervising her team of Dispensers.

Health Visitors

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women.

Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.

Attached Staff

Health Visitors

Tel: 01775 652170 – Monday to Friday 9.00am–4.30pm

The Health Visitors work in partnership with individuals of all ages, with groups and with families.

Two full-time and one part-time Health Visitor, one Nursery Nurse and a Nursing Assistant provide information on good health, including pre-school child developmental screening, assessing health needs and referral to other services as appropriate.

Each Health Visitor is a registered nurse with extra training to work within the community.

Community Nurses

Tel: 01775 653220 – Monday to Friday 9.00am–4.30pm

The Community Nurses are based at the Johnson Community Hospital in Spalding.

They provide quality nursing care and support to housebound patients (and their carers) who have acute, chronic and palliative care needs.

They work with other health professionals to provide personalised care.


Tel: 01775 652155

The Midwives work with the doctors to provide care for mothers before and after delivery and care for the baby for the first fortnight of life.

Community Psychiatric Nurses

Tel: 01775 760525

The Community Psychiatric Nurses can help with elderly confused relatives and other mental health problems at home.

Primary Care Networks (PCN)

PCNs are groups of GP practices working closely together – along with other healthcare staff and organisations – providing integrated services to the local population.

Dr Naseer Khan

PCN Clinical Director

Our PCN Clinical Director provides leadership for networks strategic plans, through working with member practices and the wider PCN to improve the quality and effectiveness of the network services. supporting delivery. Our Clinical Director provide leadership for networks strategic plans, through working with member practices and the wider PCN to improve the quality and effectiveness of the network services.

Lisa Jones

PCN Manager

The PCN Manager forms an integral part of the PCN leadership working alongside the Clinical Director and the PCN board members.

PCN Managers act as the main point of contact of expertise, coordinate the successful achievement of all PCN DES contractual requirements, support the translation of national and local policies into meaningful changes, and support collaborative working between multiple organisations to achieve improved outcomes for the local population.

Mel Chinedu-Ezepue

Physician Associate

Habeeb Yusuf

Physician Associate

Lucy Thorpe

Physician Associate

Anisa Masood 

Physician Associate

Ruqiyya Bibi

Physician Associate

Physician Associates provide first point of contact care for patients presenting with undifferentiated, undiagnosed problems by utilising history-taking, physical examinations and clinical decision-making skills to establish a working diagnosis and management plan in partnership with the patient (and their carers where applicable).

Heena Patel

Lead Clinical Pharmacist (Independent Prescriber)

Lilla Resko

Clinical Pharmacist
(Independent Prescriber)

Sehr Hussain

Clinical Pharmacist

They will work closely with other members of the MDT in ensuring that patients with chronic diseases get the maximum benefits from their medicines as part of a shared decision-making consultation. They will undertake structured medication reviews (SMRs) to proactively manage people with complex polypharmacy, especially the elderly, people in care homes, those with multiple comorbidities, frailty and people with learning disabilities or autism.

Jo Shaw

GP Assistant

Sunaina Yuhaan

GP Assistant

General Practice Assistants (GPAs) form part of a multidisciplinary team within primary care, and provide a support role, carrying out administrative tasks, combined in some areas with basic clinical duties.

Yvonne Watkin

Pharmacy Technician

Dominika Wesolowska

Pharmacy Technician

Pharmacy technicians play an important role, complementing clinical pharmacists, community pharmacists and other members of the PCN multi-disciplinary team. Pharmacy technicians are different to clinical pharmacists as they are not able to prescribe or make clinical decisions, instead working under supervision to ensure effective and efficient use of medicines.

Helen Read

Health and Wellbeing Coach

Jo Kirlew

Health and Wellbeing Coach

Health and Wellbeing Coaches are key members of the Primary Care Network (PCN) team, playing a critical role in engaging patients and use health coaching techniques to support them to take an active role in their health and wellbeing.

Dipika Khanal

First Contact Physiotherapist

Monika Pranckeviciene

First Contact Physiotherapist

Sandesh Rayamajhi

First Contact Physiotherapist

First contact practitioner physiotherapists are qualified autonomous clinical practitioners who can assess, diagnose, treat, and manage musculoskeletal problems and undifferentiated conditions. Where appropriate, they are also able to discharge a person without a medical referral. First contact practitioner physiotherapists working in this role can be accessed directly by patients, or via referral from other members of staff. They can establish a rapid and accurate diagnosis and management plan to streamline pathways of care.

Tanya Khan

Senior Mental Health Practitioners

Lucy Githinji

Senior Mental Health Practitioners

Senior Mental Health Practitioners are Registered mental health professionals that are embedded within the PCN’s MDT as the first contact people presenting with mental health and emotional difficulties. They work alongside other PCN professionals including GPs, nurses, and other ARRS practitioners, providing early and timely assessments to ensure the right information, advice and support is provided at the right time.