Our Staff

Doctors

Dr Andrew Parton

BSc (Hons) MB ChB (Liverpool 1987) DCH DRCOG DFFP MRCGP (Merit).

Dr Parton has interests in Diabetes, Asthma, COPD and ENT. He is a GP Trainer and partner. He has a passion for sport and enjoys walking his dogs, and playing golf (badly).

Dr Sinead Reid

Dr Reid qualified from Liverpool University Medical School in 2004 and has held posts as a hospital doctor as part of her General Practice training. She has interests in family planning, menopause and COPD. She is a trainer and Partner.

Dr Matthew Titterton

MB ChB (Leicester 2003) MRCGP

Dr Titterton is a GP and a Specialty Doctor in Emergency Medicine. He is also a keen runner and a big fan of music and cinema.

Dr Habiba Zaman

MB ChB (Liverpool 2010), MRCGP (Hons)

Dr Zaman graduated from The University of Liverpool with an Honours. She has also completed training in Western Medical Acupuncture, Letter of Competence in Intrauterine devices (that's coils!), and is currently completing an MSc in Skin Ageing and Aesthetic Medicine. In her spare time she is usually busy with her toddler, and if time permits, free hand embroidery or reading.

Dr Eric Tan

Dr Nouman Alvi

Nouman is on of our Trainees. He has a background in anaesthetics and of out of medicine he enjoys reading of world history.

Dr Htin Maung

MB ChB (Liverpool) MRCGP

Dan recently Joined us as a GP after successfully completing his training with us. He is interested in ENT and is also a keen follower of Chelsea FC.

Nurse Practitioners

Alison Williams

RGN, Asthma diploma, COPD diploma, CHD diploma, Heart Failure course, BSc (Hons) Community Health -General Practice Nursing

Alison started with us in September 2017 and is training to be an Advanced Nurse Practitioner; Alison is currently studying at Bolton University where she will study for 2 Years to qualify to become an Advanced Nurse Practitioner.

Nurses

In addition to their routine work, our practice nurses provide shared care in the management of blood pressure, heart disease, asthma, diabetes, family planning, cytology, the menopause and hormone replacement treatment. In daily nurse triage sessions, our nurses have been trained to assess short-term illness and to provide health advice.

Kate Howarth

RN, Asthma Dip, Diabetes/Cardiovascular Dip, Warwick Diabetes Diploma

Kate has been with the practice for 12 years as practice nurse and has now become a prescriber and specializes in Diabetes. She enjoys walks in the Lake District and keeping fit..

Roisin Drake

RGN, Diabetes Certificate (University of Warwick), Diploma in CHD, COPD ARTP/BTS

Healthcare Assistants

Liz Speddy

Practice Management

Lisa Parton

Rachel Critchlow

Reception

The reception staff are trained to help you access our services and to ensure that the practice runs smoothly. However, please remember that they are not doctors and nurses and, whilst they work hard to help you, they may not have instant answers or solutions to all your enquiries.

Reception Team

Community Nurses

The District Nurses are no longer practice based. They can be contacted on tel: 0161 763 8525. Our District Nurse Team are based at Croft Shifa Health Centre. They visit patients requiring home nursing care both short and long term and can give details of dressing clinics available.

Health Visitors

The Health Visitors are no longer practice based and can be contacted on telephone: 01706 674920. The health visiting team provide management of child health services for our under fives. They are also concerned with health education and can offer advice on stress management and weight reduction. We also regularly involve specialist nurses such as Macmillan nurses for cancer or terminal care patients and community psychiatric nurses for patients with appropriate need.