The practice is required to provide you with a named GP who will have overall responsibility for the care and support that our surgery provides to you. Your named GP will also work with other relevant health and care professionals involved in your care to ensure that your care package meets your individual needs. If you wish to know who your named GP is, please ask a member of staff.
This does not prevent you from seeing any GP in the practice.
Dr Paul Wilson (male) - MB BS (Middlesex, London 1985) DRCOG MRCGP
Dr Sian Evans (female) - MB ChB (Liverpool 1995) MRCGP
Dr Helen Halder (female) - MB ChB (Liverpool 1995) DRCOG
Dr Richard Dufton (male) - MB ChB (Liverpool 2009), MRCGP, DMCC
Dr Matthew Smith - MBBS (Newcastle 2018) MRCGP
Dr Katherine Uriel - MB ChB (Liverpool 2018)
Dr Gregory Monk (male) - MB ChB (Hons) (University of Liverpool)
Sister Jane Wilson (female) - RGN RM BSc (Hons)
Sister Aisling Foster (female) - RGN
Sister Grace Mills (female) - RGN
Sister Christine Varley (female) - RGN
If you have any queries about administrative or non-medical aspects of your care, please write to the Practice Manager, Ali Neilson.
The secretaries and admin assistants assist the doctors in maintaining accurate records and effective communications so as to assure the best possible care for our patients.
Reception Managers are Debbie, Jayne and Mia
The receptionists’ job is to act as your link with the medical centre. When you telephone the centre they may ask for details of your problem. The more information you can give, the better they will be able to help.
Health Care Assistant
Our HCA’s assist the Nursing Team with phlebotomy clinics, foot checks, new patient checks, urine dipping, blood pressure monitoring and much more.
Our phlebotomy team is available throughout the week, offering a range of appointments. Some administrative staff have gained qualifications in order for them to take your blood, so you may see some familiar faces at your next blood appointment.
Our Pharmacist is able to help with a range of medication related care from medication reviews, discussing a reaction you have had to medication or even finding you an alternative if you prescription is out of stock at the pharmacy. Appointments are available to book Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Community Midwives, who offer specialist advice in all aspects of antenatal and postnatal care. They attend the antenatal clinic and share maternity care with the doctors, including home visits. They can be contacted by phoning 0151 604 7682. Patients can self-refer to the midwives, a GP appointment is not necessary.
Health Visitors, who give advice on health care and development for babies and children under the age of 5. They can be contacted on weekdays by telephoning the 0-19 Wellbeing Service on 0151 514 0219.
Counsellors offer psychological support to patients referred by their GP. A vast variety of counselling is available. Patients can self-refer to Talking Together Wirral for talking therapy here.
We work closely with ABL Wirral and host a smoking cessation clinic at our surgery every Tuesday. No referral is required so please contact reception to book an appointment to help stop smoking.
Health trainers are able to support you in many ways from dietary changes to exercise advice. Please contact reception to book an appointment with our dedicated team. No GP referral is required.
Social prescribers are able to assist you with any social needs, such as help with housing or benefits. They also offer support for the elderly, people who are feeling lonely or isolated and many more!
We have a specially trained Learning Disability practitioner to support our patients who have additional needs. They care for our patients in a variety of ways, such as supporting them through bereavement or ensuring their everyday health needs are met.