Meet the Team


Dr E M Stapleton
MB BS (1985 London) BSc DCH FPA cert
Male, full time
Dr M J Fallon
MBChB (1987 Birmingham)
Male, full time
Dr Leonie Bailey
MBChB (Keele University 2011), DRCOG, MRCGP (2017).
Female, Full time
Dr Siddharth Patel
MbChB (2012 Keele University)
Male, Full-Time
Dr Olivia Owen (f)

Nursing Team

Nurse Practitioners

Nurse Jodie A McCarthy
Msc Bsc RGN (Lead Nurse)


Nurse Regina McCarthy
Nurse Lucy Harris
Msc Bsc RGN

Practice Management

The practice manager is involved in managing all of the business aspects of the practice such as making sure that the right systems are in place to provide a high quality of patient care, human resources, finance, patient safety, premises and equipment and information technology. The practice manager supports the GPs and other medical professionals with delivering patient services and also helps to develop extended services to enhance patient care.
Mr Richard Walker
Practice Manager
Mrs Georgina Wellings
Deputy Practice Manager


Miss Aimee Coleman
Reception Administrator
Miss Lauren Davies
Practice Administrator
Mrs Alison Fletcher
Data Administrator
Mrs Jayne Heighway-Farrier
Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care, Reception Administrator
Mr Shaun Wyatt
Level 5 Management
Ms Diane Robinson
AMSPAR Medical Reception Diploma and NVQ Level 2 Business and Administration
Mrs Paisley Soanes-Nelson
NVQ Level 3 in Business and Administration 
Mrs Ashley Danells
Miss Jade Wentel

Attached Staff

Ms Zara Bavcevich
Social Prescriber
Zara’s role as a health coach enables people to access services and support in their own communities with the help of a trained adviser. Zara helps people understand their health and well-being needs, supports them in setting realistic goals and develops an action plan to achieve this.
Ms Becky Kelly (f)
Community Care Co-ordinator
Becky’s role is to provide patients with information, advice and guidance around the non medical support available for them, as well as with help to source social care at home. She is able to connect and refer patients to social care agencies, practical help at home, bereavement and counselling services, community groups, as well as many other services and social activities. She helps elderly patients, carers, patients with disabilities, isolated and vulnerable adults,  and any patient looking for ways to stay independent and improve their daily life.