Our Staff

Doctors

  • DR BRIAN LEWIS

    Male

    MBChB FRCGP DCH - Registered Manchester 1986

    GP Partner and GP Trainer, Caldicott Guardian, Data Protection Officer, Clinical Director of Oldham Central Primary Care Network

  • DR SUSAN DIXON

    Female

    MBChB MRCGP - Registered Sheffield 1988

    GP Partner and GP Trainer

  • DR PAUL RICHBELL

    Male

    MBChB MRCP(UK) MRCGP Registered Galway 2003

    GP Partner + Diabetes lead

  • DR REBECCA BROWN

    Female

    GP Partner

    MBChB MRCGP Registered Manchester 2015

  • DR ROSIE LARSEN

    Female

    Salaried GP

    MBChB MRCP MRCGP Registered Sheffield 2014

  • DR NISHA HUSSAIN

    Female

    Salaried GP

GP Trainees

St. Mary’s Medical Centre is a training practice and has been approved to train future GPs. ST1, 2 and 3 doctors are fully qualified doctors who will be entering general practice in the future and their training will be supervised by Dr Lewis, Dr Dixon and Dr Richbell who are fully qualified trainers. The training doctors normally stay with us for up to a year and will see patients in their own clinics.
  • DR MOHAMED BALAHA

    Male

    GP ST3 to Dr S Dixon

  • DR KAYTLIN ELSTON

    ST2 to Dr Dixon

  • DR MOLLY SADLER

    ST2 to Dr Dixon

  • DR MARCIEJ RUSILOWICZ

    Male

    GP ST3 to Dr P Richbell

  • DR FOAD JALALI

    Male

    GP ST2 to Dr S Dixon

  • DR AHSAN CHAUDHARY

    Male

    FY2 trainee GP

  • DR AALIA GHAFOOR

    Female

    FY2 trainee GP

  • DR TASLEEMA BEGUM

    Female

    GP ST2 to Dr Richbell.

  • DR ROISIN COCKER

    Female

    GPST3 to Dr Lewis

Nurses

Our Nursing team are available by appointment to offer advice and information on a variety of problems including minor ailments, cervical smears tests, routine immunisations and vaccinations, blood pressure monitoring, chronic disease reviews, weight management and lifestyle advice. They are also available to refer those interested in stopping smoking to an appropriate cessation service. The nurses are also available by telephone for queries or concerns.
  • DANIELLE SHAW

    Female

    Practice Nurse

    Registered Nurse (Adult) RGN registered 2015 Manchester General practice Nurse Foundation course 2022

  • ADELE MILLS

    Female

    Assistant Practitioner

    Level 5 Diploma for Assistant Practitioners in Healthcare

Healthcare Assistants

Healthcare assistants support our practice nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as phlebotomy (drawing blood), blood pressure measurement and new patient checks. They may act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor requests one.
  • ZARA ASHTON

    Female

    Health Care Assistant

  • TERESA LUNIO

    Female

    Health Care Assistant

    NVQ 2&3 Care Spirometry Course Completed 2022

Practice Management

  • NATALIE WOOD

    Female

    Practice Manager

  • ABYGAYLE CLEGG

    Female

    Office Manager

  • KAREN KELLY

    Female

    Office Supervisor

Reception

Receptionists provide an important link for patients with the practice and are your initial contact point for general enquiries. They can provide basic information on services and results and direct you to the right person depending on your health issue or query. Receptionists make most of the patient appointments with the GPs and nurses. They also perform other important tasks such as requesting repeat prescriptions and dealing with prescription enquiries, handling administrative tasks, the copying and filling of medical records as necessary and general office duties.
  • DEBORAH WHITE

    Female

  • SUZANNE LEECH

    Female

  • DONNA KINSEY

    Female

  • AMY YOUNG

    Female

  • CLARE GALLERY

    Female

  • NICOLA ROGERS

    Female

Secretaries

  • CHRISTINE ANGUS

    Female

Clinical Pharmacist

  • MAJIDA HUSSAIN

    Female

    2 Jan 2024 Medication related queries

Care Co-Ordinator

  • ANNETTE MURRAY

    Female

    Care co-ordinator 1 November 2023

  • ROSALINE MEUSE

    Care Co-Ordinator

Physio

  • JOSEPH LOADES

    Male

    First Contact Physio

Community Nurses

The District Nurses no longer run a clinic at St. Mary’s Medical Centre. If you need to speak with the District Nursing Team they can be contacted on 0161 357 5190 (OPTION 3)

Community Midwives

The midwives no longer run a clinic at St. Mary’s Medical Centre but instead see pregnant ladies at various children’s centres around the Oldham area. Please register your pregnancy with Badger Notes via the below link, Badger Notes is a new digital maternity system that went live in November 2022. The service allows pregnant patients to be allocated appointments, track their pregnancy, submit questions to their midwife, create birthing plans and much more. https://www.badgernotes.net/SelfReferral/CareLocation/NCAmaternity

Health Visitors

Health Visitors are based at various clinics around the Oldham area. Please follow the link to access their contact details. https://www.oldham.gov.uk/info/200230/early_years/2861/health_visiting_teams