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Wellbrook Medical Centre, Welland Road, Hilton, Derby, DE65 5GZTel: 01283 732257
MB ChB (Bristol 1987) DipRCPath
Dr Mike Vickers joined the practice in April 1999. He grew up in Knutsford and graduated from University of Bristol in 1987. After a variety of hospital posts, including several years training in clinical microbiology, he switched to General Practice, completing his training in Burton on Trent. His wife, Rachel is a consultant anaesthetist at Queen's Hospital, Burton and they have two daughters, Charlotte and Lucy. Outside of the practice, he is Chairman of the South Derbyshire Dales Practice Based Commissioning group and also works part-time for Derbyshire County PCT.
MB ChB (Leicester 1994) DRCOG MRCGP DCH DFFP
Dr Sarah Smith was born in London before moving to Northamptonshire at the age of 7. She graduated from Leicester University in 1994. After initial training in Paediatrics she switched to General Practice and completed her training in South Yorkshire in 1999. She joined the practice in 2000 after moving to Derby with her husband who is a local Dentist. Her medical interests include paediatrics and respiratory disease. Outside of the practice she is busily entertained by her 3 sons, James, Sam and Rory.
MBChB (Sheffield 2005) MRCGP
Dr Jonathan Marsden was born and raised in Oldham, Lancashire. He always wanted to be a GP and graduated from University of Sheffield Medical School in June 2005. After house jobs in Sheffield, he joined onto the Chesterfield Vocational Training scheme and there completed his GP training in August 2010. His medical interests include ear, nose & throat medicine. His wife, Rachel is a senior physiotherapist and they live with their two young son's Matthew and Christopher. Outside of the practice, he enjoys playing cricket and going for walks.
MBBS (Guy’s) 1985, DRCOG, FPC
Dr Sue Ruddle is married with 2 grown-up children and has lived in the area almost all of her life. She graduated from Guys Hospital Medical School in 1985. Sue devoted most of her time to bringing up her children after house jobs and trained as a GP in 1996. Prior to this she worked in sexual health and gynaecology. She continues her interest in the latter as a hospital practitioner in a community gynaecology clinic. Sue has returned to the practice having taken a break from general practice and now works very part time as a salaried doctor.
MBChB (Birmingham) 2009, DFSRH, DRCOG, MRCGP
Currently on maternity leave until 2022
Dr Talim M Latif MBBS (University of Guyana 1999), DRCOG, MRCGP (2015)Dr Latif was born and raised in Guyana. After completing his medical degree he did hospital jobs in Emergency Medicine and Obstetrics & Gynaecology. He moved to the UK in 2005 and worked in various hospitals for 4 years in geriatric medicine. He decided to put his wide experience together by becoming a GP and finished the Derby GPVTS training in 2015. His medical interests includes geriatrics and dermatology. His wife is a registered nurse and they have 2 kids. He is an avid F1 fan and also enjoys cricket, tennis, mountain biking, rambling and the great outdoors.
BMBS (Nottingham 2014) MRCGP
Dr Alison Burr was brought up in Birmingham and moved to Nottingham to attend university. After initial hospital jobs in the area she joined the GP training scheme in Derby, after deciding that the variety of the work appealed to her, and joined the practice in January 2021 when she completed her training. She is married to Gareth, a Civil Engineer and outside of work she is kept busy with her son, Elliott and also enjoys long walks in the countryside.
MBBS (Colegio Mayor de Nuestra Señora del Rosario, Bogotá 1987) MSc Gerontology Kings College London (1993), MRCGP (2008) Dr Cediel was born in Colombia. After finishing her Medical degree, she came to the UK to gain experience in elderly care. She got married in 1990 and lived in London. She completer her GP training in South Wales. She then worked as a partner in North Wales for 15 years. She moved to the area to be near her children and grandchildren. One of her main interests is in Medical Education.
Advanced Nurse Practitioner
Practice Nurse ManagerSuzanne Huthmacher
Practice NurseDanielle Barron
Practice NurseJayne Brannan
Health Care AssistanceDebbie DunnSamm McNeil
Our Practice Manager is responsible for ensuring the smooth, efficient running of the Medical Centre and is assisted by our Operations Manager.
Your ideas and suggestions on any aspect of our service are always welcome. If for any reason you have a complaint or are dissatisfied with the quality of service you receive, please ask to speak to our Operations Manager who will be pleased to help you.
Practice Manager:Cathy Jones
Operational Manager:Laura Webster
Data Administrator:Joanne Hector
We have a team of Practice Administrators who are trained to help you with making appointments, renewing prescriptions, registering with the Practice and dealing with any enquiries you may have. When you are seeking medical attention, the practice administrators may ask for a few details in order to best deal with your requirements. Please be assured that the rules of confidentiality apply equally to all staff. Our PA team is led by a reception manager who also oversees the appointment system and Doctors rota.Reception Manager:Karen Toby
Practice Administrators:Gaynor ThorntonNicola TaylorSue FosterCollette WhiteSamantha TorrancePatricia ThomasSusie WalkerAbigail PoulterKylieanna GargaroAdministration Clerk:Shirley Ford
Senior SecretaryKim Bartlett
SecretariesChristine NeedhamKath Scarratt
Medicine Management PharmacistSuzanne Berry
Medicines Management TechnicianVicky Lenton
Clinical Practice PharmacistsAman GahuniaJatin Yadav
District Nurses team:Claire Clarke - District NurseAndrea Felton - Community Staff NurseDebbie Turner - Community Staff NurseIrene Hood - HCA PractitionerNikki Shorthose - Community Staff NurseRachel Hammond - Community Staff NurseLorraine Wright - Community Staff NurseJo Cousins - HCACommunity Matron:Rachel Reilly
Care Co-Ordinator:Jessica Bedlow
Health VisitorsRuth Crawford Kirsty Howard Joanne BowdenJoanne MawerBeckie Smith Sara Lennon Liz Holland
Travelling Community Beckie Smith
Breast Feeding AdvisorFaye Freeman Hannah Goodwin Vicky Pedder Gemma Wood
Immunisation Coordinator Amy Sims
Introducing our new First Contact Physiotherapist, Mr Kiran John, BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, 2004
Kiran completed his Degree in Physiotherapy in India in 2004 and became a registered Physiotherapist in the UK in 2011. He has a special interest in Musculo-Skeletal Physiotherapy and worked in in Orthopaedic and Neurology departments of hospitals. He worked at London Physiotherapy Ltd till 2015. From 2015 to 2017 he worked at St Peter's Hill Surgery, Grantham as a MSK Physiotherapist. Having moved to Derby in 2017 he worked at Physio Direct till the end of 2019, then as a locum MSK outpatient Physiotherapist at Queen's Hospital, Burton till February 2021.
Kiran joined Wellbrook Medical Centre as a First Contact Physiotherapist in February 2021 and is the first point of contact for the patients with musculo-skeletal conditions, which was always his area of interest. In his spare time he enjoys cricket, badminton and holidaying in the countryside with his family.
Social PrescriberJudith Kelf