Kiveton Park PracticeTel: 01909 770213
Harthill Surgery Tel: 01909 773280
MB, ChB, DRCOG
Dr Thorman trained at Sheffield Medical School and qualified in 1994. He joined the practice in 1998. He is interested in mental health problems and runs the diabetic clinic. He is also a General Practitioner Tutor, taking medical students from Sheffield University as well as Foundation Level 2 doctors.
MBChB, DRCOG, DFFP, MRCGP
Dr Ullah joined the Practice in August 2015 although she originally did her GP Registrar training with the Practice in 2005. She has special interests in Palliative Care, Learning Disabilities and works closely with the local care home.
MB ChB, DRCOG, MRCGPDr Yacomeni trained at Leicester Medical School and qualified in 2008. She joined the Practice in March 2018. She has a keen interest in Palliative Care and Sexual Health.
Dr Kazi worked at the practice as a locum GP and joined us a Salaried GP Partner in November 2019. Dr Kazi trained at Liverpool Medical School. He is a keen Hockey and Cricket player. Dr Kazi is a GP Trainee tutor.
Dr David Donkin joined the practice in April 2021. He trained at Sheffield Medical School and qualified in 2012. He has interest in GP Training and enjoys sports in the his spare time. He oversees the medical students at the practice.
MB, BS, BMed.Sci, MRCGP, DRCOG, DGM, DTM&H
Dr Grafton trained at Nottingham Medical School and qualified in 1988. He is married with three children. He joined the practice in 2001 and works part–time, having previously been a full–time General Practitioner for six years in Hertfordshire. His interests include ischemic heart disease, asthma and tropical medicine having spent two years working in Africa. he is the F2 tutor.
Dr Ben Harris trained at Manchester University and qualified in 2000. He joined the practice in 2013 working two days a week and enjoys all aspects of General Practice. Ben spends his other days looking after his family and is a keen athlete.
Mb ChB, DFSRH, MRCGP
Dr Turner trained at Birmingham Medical School and qualified in 2010. She joined the practice in 2015 working three days a week. She has interests in all aspects of general practice, in particular women’s health.
Dr Evans qualified in August 2021 and joined the practice in September 2021.
We are a Training Practice for qualified doctors intending to become General Practitioners. A General Practice Associate in Training is usually here to gain experience of general practice. They may be sitting in with the doctor, nurse or other members of our team here during your consultation: you will be informed if this is the case.
As their training progresses they will hold their own surgeries under the supervision of their trainer, Dr Rejia Ullah, Dr Sarah Yacomeni and Dr Wasim Kazi. If you have any objection to this please let us know. On occasion surgeries will be recorded for training purposes but only with the signed consent of the patients involved at the time. To help maintain the high standards expected in this training work the practice will be inspected by other doctors from time to time. This inspection will include looking at some medical records. If you do not wish your records to be used for this purpose please let reception know.
A similar scheme allows hospital doctors (who may or may not go on to become General Practitioners) experience in family medicine – this is called the Foundation Year 2 rotation. Dr Neil Thorman is a tutors for the F2 scheme and we usually have a new F2 Trainee every 4 months.
Long term conditions
Over 65 checks
Specialist interest in sexual health
Practice NursesOur nursing team deal with a wide range of problems including minor illnesses such as:
Specialist interests in rheumatology, asthma and copd
Specialist interest : Long term illness nurse and heart failure
Specialist interest - Diabetes and asthma
Our HCA's see patients for:
Jayne is currently training to be a Nurse Associate
Phlebotomy, ECG's, B12, Shingles, Pneumonia and Flu injections, CVD, Dressings, Assist in minor ops and family planning, Rheumatology, COPD and Long Term Illness Clinics.
Emma is our phlebotomist working at the practice every morning.
Marsha is the Practice Manager and ensures the Practice works smoothly on a day to day basis.
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:
Becky is the IT Lead for the Practice, PA to the Practice manager and care co ordinator
Joanne is our Dispensing Manager at Harthill
Assistant manager and manages the reception team
Ruth is our Assistant Manager and runs the administration office.
Medical Coder and summariser
Receptionist and prescription clerk
Harthill receptionist and care co-ordinator
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.
Anne Slater and Michelle Hart
Anne Slater – Kiveton Park
David Davis – Harthill Branch Surgery
Isobel Melia Physician associate
Physician associates are healthcare professionals with a generalist medical education, who work alongside doctors providing medical care as an integral part of the multidisciplinary team. Physician associates are dependent practitioners who work under the supervision of a fully trained and experienced doctor. They bring new talent and add to the skill mix within teams, providing a stable, generalist section of the workforce which can help ease the workforce pressures that primary care currently faces.
Jass Gulati Clinical Pharmacist
Clinical pharmacists work in primary care as part of a multidisciplinary team in a patient facing role to clinically assess and treat patients using expert knowledge of medicines for specific disease areas. They work with and alongside the general practice team, taking responsibility for patients with chronic diseases and undertaking clinical medication reviews to proactively manage people with complex medication use, especially for the elderly, people in care homes and those with multiple conditions.
Nina Wood Clinical Pharmacist
The district nurses provide qualified nursing services in your own home, including care to the acute and chronically sick and the terminally ill. The nurses offer a range of clinical treatments, holistic assessments, medical, surgical and palliative care. They also offer health promotion, advice and support within the home and clinic appointments. Messages can be left for the district nurse by telephoning 01709 426600.
Tony Cowgill Social Prescriber
Social Prescribing Link Workers give people time and focus on what matters to the person as identified in their care and support plan. They connect people to community groups and agencies for practical and emotional support and offer a holistic approach to health and wellbeing, hence the name ‘social prescribing’.
Social prescribing enables patients referred by general practice, pharmacies, multi-disciplinary teams, hospital discharge teams, allied health professionals, fire service, police, job centres, social care services, housing associations and voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations get the right care for them.
Link workers typically work with people over 6-12 contacts (including phone calls and face to face meetings) over a three-month period with a typical caseload of up to 250 people, depending on the complexity of people’s needs.
Sara Eckersley Health and Well being coach
Health and wellbeing coaches (HWBCs) will predominately use health coaching skills to support people to develop the knowledge, skills, and confidence to become active participants in their care so that they can reach their own health and wellbeing goals. They may also provide access to self-management education, peer support and social prescribing.
Health coaches will support people to self-identify existing issues and encourage proactive prevention of new and existing illnesses. This approach is based on using strong communication and negotiation skills and supports personal choice and positive risk taking.
They will work alongside people to coach and motivate them through multiple sessions, supporting them to identify their needs, set goals, and help them to implement their personalised health and care plan.
Paul Whelan Physio first
Rother Valley South Primary Care Network
Lauren Smith Physio first
Harthill Branch Surgery
Dispenser at Harthill, and Kiveton receptionist