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Doctors and Staff

Dr Lufte R M Kamal (male)
MB BS CDP FRIPHH 1962 (GMC) London

Dr Fernando Herrero Tarilonte (male)
LMS 1994 Basque Provinces

Dr James D Johnston (male)
MB ChB 1999 Dundee

We also have three salaried doctors at the practice.  They are:

Dr Louise Bellas (female)
MB ChB (Hons) Leeds 2009, MRCGP (2018)

Dr Oyedayo Oyekole (male)
MBBS 2005 (Ibadan), MRCGP (2017)

Dr Iqbal Ahmed (male)

The GPs practise together in a non-limited partnership. Dr Kamal is the senior partner and has a special interest in diabetes and dermatology. Dr Johnston is our lead GP for Clinical Governance and has a special interest in diabetes.  Dr Herrero Tarilonte is our lead GP for prescribing, and has a special interest in cryotherapy and acupuncture.


Helen Riley RGN (Female)

  • Post Graduate Diploma in Advanced Practice
  • Community Specialist Practitioner in District Nursing
  • BSc Hons in Combined Health Studies predominantly in the management of colorectal disease/cancer care
  • Diploma in Health Care Studies.

Joanne Taberner RGN (Female)

Long Term Conditions Practitioner

  • Diploma in COPD
  • Diploma in Heart Failure
  • Independent Prescriber
  • Over 10 years’ experience working as a Community Matron supporting patients in managing their long-term conditions and helping them to enjoy a good quality of life.

Joanne’s role within the practice is to assist the GP's in visiting patients with complex medical conditions in their own home, to manage exacerbations and review treatment plans.  Joanne will also triage home visit requests to ensure that the most appropriate Clinician visits the patient.  Joanne will also be helping to review patients with long term conditions who cannot access the surgery.

Jayne Robson RGN (Female)

  • PG Dip (MHSc) Advanced Nursing Practice
  • Independent Prescriber
  • Diplomas in Diabetes, CHD, Women’s Health and Minor Illness.
  • Special interest in women’s health – continence and menopause.

Nurse practitioners are available for consultations. They are nurses trained to an advanced level, who can advise about minor ailments and common health problems. They can provide information and an explanation about any aspect of health, and support you through any lifestyle changes you may wish to make to improve your health.


Richard Phillips RGN (male)

The minor illness nurses are nurses practising in an extended role. They see patients in the surgery alongside the doctors, providing a service in areas of minor illness and health promotion and are also able to advise on general health issues.


Margaret Taberner RGN (female)
BSc (Hons) Professional Practice in Nursing (General Practice Nursing)
Claire Amery RGN (female)
BSc in Primary Care
Carol Hough RGN (female)
Elaine Hetherington RGN (female)
Emma Mair RGN (female)
Rachel Boothroyd RGN (female)
Treatment room nurse.
Maura Parkin RGN (female)
Family Planning and Sexual Health Services

Practice nurses hold clinics to include management of long-term health conditions, for example diabetes, asthma, coronary heart disease and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Our practice nurses also provide healthy living advice and health screening as well as assisting in minor surgery sessions. They also undertake routine procedures such as ear syringing, travel vaccinations, blood sampling and wound dressings in the daily treatment room sessions.


Karen Keeton (female)
Amy Cooper (female)
Clair Collins (female)
Carly Turgoose (female)
Jane Attwood (female)

Healthcare support workers support the practice 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 and/or doctor requests one.


The community nursing team is based at the Hemsworth main site and can be contacted on 01924 327591. Community nurses or district nurses visit people in their own homes or in residential care homes, providing care for patients and supporting family members. They also have a teaching role in that they work with patients to enable them to care for themselves. A vital role is also played in keeping hospital admissions to a minimum and ensuring that patients can return to their own homes as soon as possible.


The Health Visiting team is moving to 4, Tuscany Way, Normanton, WF6 2AE from the 27th February 2018 and can be contacted on 01977 653967.   A Health Visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.


The practice has an extensive team of administration and reception staff who provide support to GPs and other medical professionals with delivering patient services of a high standard.

The team is led by Mrs Angela Marwood, Practice Manager, who is involved in all of the business aspects of the practice such as making sure that the right systems are in place to provide a high quality patient care, managing human resources, finance, patient safety, premises, equipment and information technology and also helping to develop extended services to enhance patient care.

The administration team provides valuable secretarial and clerical support to GPs and healthcare professionals, dealing with referrals, practice letters, results, updating patient records, running searches and carrying out audits.

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 issuing repeat prescriptions and dealing with prescription enquiries.


From time to time we have visits from medical students who may be present during your consultation (if you have no objection). They are only with us to observe general practice as part of their studies.

The practice is closed for one afternoon each month on a Wednesday (excluding August and December) to allow protected time for staff training. Details of dates are displayed at each surgery site. Should you require urgent medical attention during this time please telephone the practice and your call will be diverted to the NHS 111 service.

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