Our Staff

GP Partner

DR RAJ SAHA

MBBS, BSc, RCGP accredited 1999, GMC 4234074

Completed his GP training in 1999. He is a GP trainer and has specialist interests in diabetes and heart failure.

DR JAMES GOSSOW

MBChB, FRCGP GMC 4323907

Dr Gossow has a specialist interest in drug rehabilitation and prison/forensic medicine. He has held numerous VSM (very senior management) posts including: PEC (Professional Executive Chair) South Tees, Medical Director for prisons in the North East and Medical Director for Tees PCTs (Primary Care Trusts). Currently Dr Gossow is working as Medical Director for NECS (North East Commissioning Support) and assistant Medical Director for Cumbria and the North East. Dr Gossow became a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2009.

DR RUTH JOHNSON

MBChB, DCH, DRCOG, MRCGP , GMC 4257930

Completed her GP training in 2003. She teaches 3rd and 5th year medical students attached to the practice and supports the G.P registrar training. She is the Clinical Implementation Lead for NHS South Tees CCG focusing on providing patient care closer to home. She is also our Practice representative for the Clinical Commissioning Group.

DR KATHERINE ANTHONY

MBChB, DCH, RCGP accredited 2006 GMC 4543206

Completed her GP training in 2001. She is a GP trainer and has particular interests in the areas of diabetes, women's health and paediatrics.

DR ALEXANDRA JONES

Completed her GP training in 2016. She assists Dr Johnson in teaching 3rd and 5th year medical students and is particularly interested in psychiatry and paediatrics.

Advanced Nurse Practitioner Partner

YVONNE MINEHAM

Advanced Nurse Practitioner - Nursing Team Lead

Salaried Doctor

DR DONNA MOORE

MCBMSc

Completed her GP training in 1990. She has an interest in mental health and works one day a week at Roseberry Park.

DR ALISON GRAINGER

DR GRAEME LITTLE

Qualified as a doctor in 2001 and completed the local GP vocational training scheme in 2005. Has particular interests in: Musculoskeletal conditions, including the provision of a variety of joint/ soft tissue injections for many musculoskeletal conditions. Minor surgery for common benign skin problems

GP Registrars

As an accredited GP training practice we have the privilege of raising local GP's in our region. They contribute to appointments and sometimes become the doctors of the future in our practices regionally. They are overseen by specialist GP trainers (Dr R Saha and Dr K Anthony). They are not medical students but doctors learning the competencies of General Practice.

Clinical Pharmacist

The clinical pharmacist works to support the practice in relation to prescribing

Nurse Practitioners

This Nurse Practitioner role compliments and supports the GP’s and Practice Nurses. The Nurse Practitioner provides care for patients from initial history taking, clinical assessment, diagnosis and treatment, through to evaluation and if appropriate prescribing. The Nurse Practitioner role is useful for the management of your sudden illness requiring a same day appointment. If at any time the Nurse Practitioner feels you need to be assessed by a GP this will be arranged.

Practice Nurses

All of the Practice Nurses deliver nursing care to our patients and each has their own special area of interest, the Practice Nurses can help with a wide range of health issues, this includes the management of long-term conditions such as Diabetes and Asthma. They can also offer healthy living advice, administer travel vaccines, perform cervical smears and advise on wound management.

Healthcare Assistants/Phlebotomists

The Healthcare Assistant supports the Practice Nurses with their daily work; she is responsible for carrying out the following duties Blood tests, Blood Pressure monitoring, Wound Management, ECG’s, Weight Management, Smoking Cessation and Health checks, B12 injections.

Practice Management

LOUISE GALLONE

Practice Manager