Kathryn Woodrow (f)

Kathryn joined the team in October 2019 as a General Practice based Pharmacist. Kathryn will be carrying out a wide range of duties relating to prescribing and medication including; medication reviews, dealing with complex prescription requests and helping to monitor and manage the Practice's prescribing budget.

Attached Staff

Louise Birch (f)

Louise Birch is our Social Prescriber who, along with her colleagues Jean-Paul Winter and Stuart Lord (Wellbeing Lead), is employed across 5 local practices: Stratton, Holsworthy, Bradworthy, Neetside and Hatherleigh by the local Primary Care Network.

SOCIAL PRESCRIBING is a way of linking people to the vast array of services, groups and activities provided locally to help people develop happier healthier lifestyles. Patients can be referred to Louise by their GP, by contacting her directly via reception, or by simply booking into a clinic. Louise's clinics will usually be on a Wednesday, but may be subject to change in 2022. 

To contact Louise directly please use email:

For more information go to: NHS SOCIAL PRESCRIBING

Tracey Weymouth (f)

Tracey is one of our PCN Mental Health Practitioners working in the 5 network practices. She holds clinics for Neetside patients.

To find out more about the work of our Mental Health Practitioners and access an easily downloadable leaflet click MHP leaflet

Philippa Ogborne Cook (f)

Philippa (Pip) is one of our Mental Health Practitioners who works with patients as all 5 network practices. She is available to patients at Neetside Surgery.

To find out more about the role of the Mental Health Practitioners and to download their leaflet click MHP Leaflet

Claire Taylor (f)

Claire is our PCN Cancer Care Coordinator, working with patients living with cancer from diagnosis onwards. She started with the network in January 2023, taking over from Jenny Oke. If you wish to make an appointment to speak to Claire, please call us and we can book you in.

To find our more about the work of a Cancer Care Coordinator go to our PCN website HERE

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