The Practice Team

Dr Deepa Gupta - (Female) MBBS (London 1989), MRCGP

Dr Andrea Barkley - (Female) MBBS (London 1991) MRCGP

Dr Nicholas Rayner - (Male) MBBS (London 2006) MRCGP

Dr Lara Stewart (Female Salaried GP) MB BChir (Cambridge 2011) MRCGP

Dr May Bishop (Female Salaried GP) MBChB (Manchester 2010)

Partners

The Partners have a number of special interests in addition to providing personal medical care to their patients. The Practice is also involved in teaching medical students.

Practice Nurses

We have three Practice Nurses and two Nurse Practioners trained in various aspects of general nursing care, including travel and childhood immunisation, ear syringing, wound care, cervical smears and ECGs.

Nicola Scott Eddington is qualified to see patients for minor injuries and minor illnesses. She has a special interest in family planning and sexual health and is also able to prescribe medication.

Nicola Jones is qualified to see patients for minor injuries and minor illnesses. She has a special interest in Respiratory and Family Planning.

Morven Langdon

Jeanne Speck

Sharon Hermance

Phlebotomist/HCA

Dawn Bird

The Practice Staff

Practice Manager: Zena Cornell
Practice Secretary: Patricia Bath
Dispensary Manager: Nicole Moulding
Dispensers: Cathryn Thomas
Office Manager: Pauline Robertson
Head Receptionist: Corinne Rust
  Stefanie Willis
Receptionists: Dawn Bird
Admin Assistant: Tracy Porter
  Anya Clements
  Stefanie Willis
  Naomi Porter

General Practice

Stethoscope

General practice is fantastic value!

£136

Is how much each practice is funded, on average to care for one patient for a year

All GP practices are required to declare their mean earnings (e.g. average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.

The average pay for GPs working in Oakfield Surgery in the last financial year was £46,220 before tax and National Insurance. This is for 1 full time GP, 4 part time GPs and 0 locums worked in the practice for more than six months.

However it should be noted that the prescribed method of calculating earnings is potentially misleading because it takes no account of how much time doctors spend working in the practice, and should not be used to form any judgement about GP earnings, or to make any comparison with any other practice.