You may request an appointment with a specific doctor, however this could mean you might have to wait longer for an appointment.  All our clinicians within the practice are responsible for your care and have access to your complete medical records. They are therefore able to diagnose, treat and review new or ongoing medical conditions.

Named Accountable GP For All Our Patients

The government has asked all GP Practices to make their patients aware they have a Named Accountable GP.  Here at the Grange Group Practice we have a pooled list.  This means you are registered with the Practice as a whole and can see the GP of your choice.

You do however have a "Usual GP."  This is the GP you are likely to see most often.  If you wish to know who your "Usual GP" is, please ask us when you are next in the surgery.

Nurse Practitioners

Jane Grieve (f)

RGN (1991)

BSC (Hons) DN

MSC Advanced Nurse Practitioner (2011)

Specialist interest:

Long Term Conditions


Kathryn Iredale (f)

RGN (1996) RSCN (1998)

BSC (Hons) Health Care Studies (2000)

MSc Advanced Nurse Practitioner (2006)

Special Interest:

Child and Adolescent Health


Rachel Hawkswell (f)
Mr Mohammed Qamar (m)
Pavanjit Kaur (f)
Crystal Cheng (f)


Advanced Practitioners hold clinical sessions in the same way that a doctor does. They are able to prescribe a full range of medications as well as refer you on for further treatment or investigations should you require this. All Advanced Practitioners working within the surgery have undertaken further training and studying which allows them to work independently. On occasion's advice may be sought by the Advanced Practitioner from a GP but only if required


Specialist Nurses

Catherine Donelly (f)


Christine Roberts (f)
Pavanjit Kaur (f)
Simran Kaur (f)

Practice nurses are qualified and registered nurses. They can help with health issues such as family planning, healthy living advice, blood pressure checks and dressings. They hold nurses run clinics as well as clinics for  long-term health conditions such as asthma or diabetes, minor ailment clinics and carry out cervical smears.


Healthcare Assistants

Linda Flanagan (f)

Care Co-ordinator and Carers Champion.

Linda specialises in social prescribing.  Linda can signpost carers to a range of other health and social services available in the community.  This is especially important when arranging support for carers and patients who suffer from chronic illnesses.

Joanne Javin (f)

Healthcare assistants support practice nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as phlebotomy (drawing blood), blood pressure measurement and new patient checks. They may act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor requests one.

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