The doctors practise together as a non-limited partnership.
|Dr John Gerard McCormack
||MB BCh BAO (Dublin) 1986 FPC DCH DObs MRCGP MFSEM (IRL) MFSEM (UK) MScSEM (Bath)
|Dr Jeremy Julian Honeybun
||BSc MBBS (London) FRCGP DFSRH
|Dr Kate Davies
|Dr Vishwaraj Shetty
|Dr Hazel Drury
||MB BCh (Wales) DRCOG DipTher
|Dr Gerhard Weis
3rd State Exam Marburg, Germany 1994
|Dr Katharine Burton
Dr S. Chindripu, Dr G. Puranik & Dr S. Bukhari
Practice Staff And Primary Health Care Team
Paula Lamont is the Practice Manager.
She is responsible for the administration of the practice. Please contact her with any general comments you may have on the practice.
Sisters Gwyneth Prichard, Becky Johnson, Elaine Scarborough and Christine Williams are our practice nurses.
They hold various clinics Monday to Friday by appointment, when they are available to see patients for treatment and offer professional advice.
The practice employs nine receptionists and the deputy manager works alongside them. They will make appointments for you to see your doctor, answer questions and offer help and assistance at all times. The admin team includes a finance officer and two secretaries. 3 health care assistants who hold clinics for phlebotomy (blood tests), monitoring blood pressure, spirometry, ECG's and new patient clinics.
Other members of the Primary Health Care Team employed by the Local Health Board are assigned to the practice, although they are not necessarily based on practice premises.
Mrs Fiona Jones is a pharmacist and holds clinics for patients who are referred by their GP. She also acts as pharmacy support to the practice. She is based here two days a week.
Joy Stagg & Tina Allsup are pharmacy technicians who works alongside Fiona and carry out prescribing audits for the practice. They are based here three days a week.
The Community Midwives enables the practice to provide shared antenatal care with the local hospital. They hold a weekly antenatal clinic at the medical centre and will visit you at home. They are your link with the hospital services and may be involved with delivering your baby. They always visit you at home after the birth.
The Health Visitor offers advice to mothers, children and those with disabilities. She is available to visit at home on request and can be contacted at Abergele Clinic - 823746.
The District Nurses work in co-operation with the doctors to provide nursing care in your home. Their work ranges from the smallest dressing to comprehensive nursing care and support to the very ill and their family. They are available to visit housebound patients and can be contacted at Abergele Clinic – 01745 823746. They are also responsible for holding specific clinics for our patients, such as removal of sutures and changing dressings, etc. Please contact our receptionists should you require any of these services and they will give you full information.
Community Psychiatric Nurses are based in Colwyn Bay and are attached to the practice, holding a weekly clinic here.