Our Staff

Doctors

DR DANIEL HANCOCK

MBBS MRCGP

Dr Daniel Hancock is the Senior Partner at DMP. He qualified in London in 2005 and has worked in the area since 2012 and at the Tillingham Medical Centre since 2014.

DR FEYI TAIWO

BM MRCGP

Dr Feyi Taiwo joined DMP in December 2022 as a salaried GP before becoming a Partner in June 2023. Qualifying in Southampton in 2012, Dr Taiwo (Tie-wo) completed basic surgery training before completing his GP training in London in 2015. His clinical interests include musculoskeletal conditions, men's’ health, blood pressure and diabetes management and is happy to discuss HRT. He is also able to perform minor surgery and joint injections.

DR ASIF IQBAL

MBBS MRCGP

Dr Iqbal is a Salaried GP team member, formally joining us after completing his training with us in February 2021. Dr Iqbal has 5 years experience as a doctor working in Accident and Emergency prior to changing path to become a GP.

DR UMA ALLADU

MB BS MRCGP

Dr Uma Alladu is a Salaried GP team member who joined DMP in September 2023.

DR SARANNGA VANNIASEGARAM

Nurse Practitioners

KAREN HUNTER

Primary Care Matron and Registered Nurse

CALLY FEARN

Advanced Nurse Practitioner

KAREN EYLES

Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Nurses

Practice nurses are qualified and registered nurses. They can help with health issues such as family planning, healthy living advice, blood pressure checks and dressings. The practice nurses run clinics for long-term health conditions such as asthma or diabetes, minor ailment clinics and carry out cervical smears. Our Practice nurses conduct their own surgery sessions and are responsible for immunisations and vaccinations, dressings, ear syringing and removal of sutures, as well as assisting at most clinical procedures.

KAREN SMITH

Practice Nurse

CLAIRE HYLTON

Practice Nurse

EMMA YOUNG

Practice Nurse

LOUISE WHITE

Apprentice Nursing Associate

Healthcare Assistants

Healthcare assistants support 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.

Practice Management

SAM HOES-MOLE

Practice Manager

The practice manager serves as a key administrative leader, responsible for overseeing daily operations, managing staff, implementing policies, and ensuring the efficient delivery of healthcare services to optimise patient care and satisfaction.

MAGGIE SHIPTON

Dispensary Manager

The dispensary manager plays a pivotal role in overseeing the efficient and compliant operation of medication dispensing, ensuring seamless collaboration between healthcare providers and pharmacists for the optimal well-being of patients.

ADELE HATTON

Reception Manager

The reception manager serves as the front-line coordinator, managing patient inquiries, appointments, and administrative tasks to facilitate a smooth and organised flow of activities within the surgery.

Administration

Debbie and Denise - Responsible for undertaking a wide range of secretarial and administrative duties and the provision of administrative support to the team.

Reception

Adele, Marian, Sally and Louise - 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.

Dispensers

Maggie, Adele, and Lesley - The dispensers are responsible for the safe and accurate dispensing and supply of medicines. They also deal with patient enquiries either face to face or over the phone and support the receptionists with appointment booking.

Attached Staff

SULAIMAN ANIBABA

First Contact Physiotherapist

PCN physiotherapists are based in local GP surgeries. They diagnose and treat muscular and joint conditions, advising on how to manage conditions and referring on to specialist service.

ANDREW JACKSON

Emergency Care Practitioner (ECP)

Andrews role as an ECP is to undertake home visits, to assess, diagnose and provide appropriate treatment/referrals for acute and chronic illness and to perform regular medical reviews for the management of long-term conditions. In addition, evaluate clinical information through examination and history taking. To maintain accurate documentation and promote healthy lifestyles and prevent disease and finally, liaise with the multi-professional teams within the organisation to deliver a patient centred service.

DESI MILANOVA

Clinical Pharmacist

Our PCN clinical Pharmacist is currently conducting telephone and face to face medication reviews and structured medication reviews in the area.

JON SPICER

Health and Wellbeing Coach

Our PCN Health and Wellbeing Coach collaborates with individuals experiencing physical or mental health conditions, long-term ailments, or those at risk of developing them. Jon focuses on lifestyle modifications and self-management to enhance health outcomes. This can be through employing coaching skills, behaviours change models and positive psychology to assist individuals in setting personalised health and wellbeing goals.

LEANNE SMITH

Social Prescriber

PCN Social prescribing link workers work in partnership with GP surgeries and can help people to access appropriate support in the community, to help them make positive changes to their personal wellbeing.