Stoneville Road, Liverpool, Merseyside, L13 6QDTel: 0151 228 1138
BSc (Hons), MBChB, DRCOG (Part-time)
Born and Educated, Liverpool, qualified 1986, Liverpool
MB, BAO.BCh (Part-time)
Born and Educated, Ireland, qualified 1985, Dublin
MB ChB (Amsterdam) (Part-time)
Born and educated, Amsterdam, NL, qualified 1991, Amsterdam, NL
Stoneycroft Medical Centre has been awarded GP training status. For a practice to achieve GP training status, it has to go through rigorous quality checks and assessments to ensure that the doctors of the future are in safe hands.
The junior doctors start generally at the beginning of August and are usually placed with the Practice for between 4 and 12 months. Their work at the Practice is closely supervised by our experienced GP Partners.
The Doctors at Stoneycroft are very grateful to all our patients who allow the junior doctors to see them. If, however, for any reason you are not happy to be assessed by a doctor in training, please let the receptionist or supervising doctor know. This will not affect your care at the practice in anyway. Thank you for your help and support in anticipation! Our doctors in training are very grateful to you.
Sister Phillips and Sister Potter are available by appointment. They can help you with chronic disease management, injections, travel vaccinations, child immunisations, general advice, minor illnesses, routine check ups and cervical smears. The Practice nurses can also give you advice on diet, smoking cessation and ‘safe’ limits for alcohol.
Healthcare assistants support our practice nurse and doctors by providing chronic disease management review and monitoring including blood pressure check, diabetes checks, general health review and advice.
Helen manages our Practice on a day-to-day basis. If you have any queries or comments, please do not hesitate to phone or write to her.
Our team of admin staff and secretaries assist with various tasks to ensure the smooth running of the Practice.
Personal Assistant to the Doctors
Sue types the doctors' letters, arranges hospital appointments, takes messages.
The midwives work with us to provide care before and after delivery. The midwife has a clinic here on Friday mornings, by appointment only booked via our reception.
Counselling is available via ‘Talk Liverpool’, a service provided by Merseycare NHS trust. Patients can self-refer for this service by telephoning 0151 228 2300.
Graduate health care workers – can offer support & help to people affected by depression and anxiety.
The Macmillan Nurse visits and cares for cancer patients in their homes and gives advice and support to their families.
Social Services help with many social problems. Their team includes the Home Help Organiser, Social Workers & Occupational Therapists.
Community Psychiatric Nurses help with the care of patients with mental health problems.
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