Nurse Practitioners

Ms Nicky York (f)

Nicky is an Advanced Nurse Practitioner and started with us in May 2023.


Mrs Suzanne Middleton (f)

Suzanne will deal with your new patient checks as well as all nursing duties including cervical smears, respiratory checks, weight management, child immunizations, ear irrigation, dressings, blood pressure, ECGs etc.  Suzanne covers all treatment room and chronic disease care.  Suzanne works full time at the practice and has been here since we started in August 2005.

Ms Hilary Flood (f)
Hilary along with Suzanne covers all treatment room care, ie cervical smears, blood pressure, ecgs, dressings, Chronic Disease Management.  She is also the surgery's diabetic nurse.  Hilary joined the team in August 2010 and is currently part-time.  Hilary covers Suzanne when she is on holiday.
Mrs Kath Howarth (f)

Kath joined the team in November 2016 and is carrying out general Treatment Room appointments as well as chronic disease management. Kath specialises in palliative care and respiratory conditions. 

Mrs Kirstine Davies (f)

Kirstine joined the nursing team in January 2022 and will be working two days a week at the practice. We are delighted to have her with us.

Health Practitioners

Mr Spencer Ward (m)

Spencer qualified as a Paramedic in 2016 with a BSc (Hons) Paramedic Practitioner degree from Plymouth University, Level 7 in Mentorship and a Level 3 Award in Education and Teaching.  Spencer's role is to work alongside the doctors, complete home visits and manage all aspects of emergency medical care within the practice.  Further interests are pre-hospital emergency care and mentoring for staff and students.

Healthcare Assistants

Miss Gemma Sanders (f)

Gemma joined the team in March 2012 and is doing phlebotomy 4 mornings a week.  Gemma also carries out Health Care Assistant roles such as initial review appointments for Long Term Conditions, vaccinations, injections and ECGs.


Mrs Kate Saunders (f)

Kate joined the team in June 2021 and will be taking bloods 4 days a week.

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