Practice Management

Mrs Marsha Raynes (f)

Marsha is the Practice Manager and ensures the Practice works smoothly on a day to day basis.

Sister Lyca Downing (f)

Nurse manager and in charge of the nurses, HCA's and phlebotomist. Her main interest is Diabetes.

Practice Nurses
Our nursing team deal with a wide range of problems including minor illnesses such as:

  • sore throats
  • painful ears 
  • smears
  • baby immunisations
  • travel immunisations
  • rashes
  • urine infections
  • sinusitis 
  • asthma reviews
  • copd reviews
  • rheumatology
  • diabetes
  • pessary changes
  • wound dressings
  • They offer appointments, for advanced bookings and also have on the day appointments available
Miss Becky Clowes (f)

Becky is the IT Lead for the Practice, PA to the Practice manager and care co ordinator

Mrs Sarah Sanders (f)


Mrs Joanne Leeming (f)

Joanne is our Dispensing Manager at Harthill

Mrs Marianne Bailey (f)

Assistant manager and manages the reception team

Mrs Ruth Daniels (f)

Ruth is our Assistant Manager and runs the administration office.


Mrs Linda Holland (f)


Mrs Julie Donaghy (f)

Medical Coder and summariser

Mrs Marie Betts (f)


Ms Jeanette Robson (f)

Medical Coder and summariser

Mrs Michaela Hancock (f)

Administration support

Miss Becca Say (f)


Mrs Anne Leech (f)




Mrs Diane Waring (f)

Receptionist and prescription clerk

Miss Emily Slater (f)


Mrs Elaine Addison (f)


Mrs Jane Smith (f)


Mrs Mary Jackson (f)


Miss Chloe Truman (f)

Harthill receptionist and care co-ordinator

Mrs Carol Booth (f)

Our reception staff are your first point of contact with the practice. It is their job to help and guide you. All the information they receive is treated in the strictest confidence. If you are willing to provide them with details of your query then they will be much better placed to help you use our range of services.

Domestic Staff

Anne Slater and Michelle Hart 


Anne Slater – Kiveton Park

David Davis – Harthill Branch Surgery

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