Dr Andrew Inglis BSc MB ChB MBA DCH DRCOG MRCGP
Qualified in Glasgow in 1987 and joined the practice in 1991.
Dr Mark James BSc MB ChB DTM & H DRCOG MRCGP DSM
Qualified in Birmingham in 1991 and joined the practice in 2000.
Dr Zoe Ross MB ChB DRCOG DFFP MRCGP
Qualified in Birmingham in 1997 and joined the practice in 2003.
Dr Gina Morgan MA MBChB MRCGP DFFP DRCOG
Qualified in Manchester in 2009 and joined the practice in 2014
The partners practise together as a non-limited partnership.
All partners are on the obstetric list, perform minor surgery and offer family planning advice and child development clinics.
The Practice Staff
Assistant Practice Manager
Practice Administration Lead
Allison Sands,Thelma Brewer and Sarah Cooper
Emma Wardroper & Julie Davies
Reception Administration Staff
Emma Wardroper, Margaret Brennan, Chloe Hartshorne , Julie Davies , Tia Stokes, Kate Fairgrieve.
Gill Gwilt RGN,Donna Hesbrook-Edwards RN & Stacey Withers RGN
Health Care Assistants
Gail Hiscock & Jane Cox
The business manager may be able to help you with any administrative or non-medical aspects of your health care and she is also available to discuss any suggestions or complaints.
The receptionists are your link with the rest of the practice; they will try in every way to help you and the more information you are able to give them then the better they will be able to assist you. Our staff always aim to be courteous and we greatly value their contribution to the smooth running of the surgery.
The practice nurses offer a wide variety of health promotion clinics and also offer such services as assessment of casualties, ear syringing, immunisation for children, influenza and pneumococcal vaccinations, cervical smears, travel advice, smoking cessation, blood tests. The nurses are available to give telephone advice on minor medical problems. They are available by appointment during surgery hours.
The health visitors are based at Sutton Hill Medical Practice (direct line (01952) 586360). They hold a well baby clinic here at Sutton Hill on one Wednesday per month between 9.00 and 11.00 where welfare foods (baby milk and vitamins) are also available. No appointments are needed for this session.
The district nurses are available for home nursing care when necessary and also general nursing advice. Advice and help in dealing with incontinence aids can also be obtained from the district nurses, who can be contacted before 9.30am on Telford (01952) 591632.
Vocational Training For GPs
We are privileged to be approved as a training practice for doctors who have had extensive hospital experience and who have decided to make general practice their career. They join our practice team for up to a year before entering full time general practice. We may be involved in the teaching of junior doctors, medical students and nurses. A video camera may be used occasionally with your permission so that the standard of your consultation can be checked. This would only be viewed by the doctor concerned and their trainer.