43 Bridle Road, Bromborough, Wirral CH62 6EE
Telephone: 0151 328 5630
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Patients are free to consult whichever doctor they choose, irrespective of the doctor with whom they are registered. However, it is best if some continuity can be maintained by seeing the same doctor for each problem.
If you have a preference for a particular doctor, please inform our Reception Staff.
All GPs are registered with the General Medical Council.
We are proud to be a training Practice, and we have GP Registrars working in the Practice for either 6 or 12 months at a time. Our Registrars are fully qualified doctors and as a patient you may be offered, or may choose an appointment with them.
Our GPs are always striving to provide the best service for our patients and in doing so attend courses which bring huge benefits to our practice. The also attended regular meetings with the Community Trust who provide you Community Services (Nursing, Health Visiting and Therapy services), and the GP Commissioning Consortium, who commission services on behalf of all our patients.
All our clinicians, including any locum that we may employ, are highly skilled and have access to all your medical records, including history and medication.
Dr. Heather A S Walton - Liverpool 1992, MBChB, D.R.C.O.G, D.F.F.P
Dr. Jane Brocki - Liverpool 1988, MBChB, D.F.F.P
Dr. Peter McLaren - Liverpool 2001, MBChB Hons, M.R.C.G.P
Dr. Rebecca Morse - Liverpool 2009, MBChB Hons, BSC (Physiology), D.F.S.R.H, M.R.C.G.P
Dr Ellenore Tidey - Liverpool 2008, MBChb Hons, M.R.C.O.G (2014), M.R.C.G.P
Our Nursing team are highly motivated in providing our patients with the highest standard of nursing care and are trained to deal with a wide range of both acute and chronic problems. They consult with patients in the same way as our doctors, when booking and appointment with our Nursing team our reception staff may ask you the reason for the appointment in order to determine how much time to allocate.
Our Nurse Clinician is a qualified Prescriber and can provide assessment, treatment, advice and prescribe medication for minor injuries and illnesses. She can diagnose, treat and manage common ailments and routinely deals with ear, chest and urine infections.
Our Health Care Assistant has undergone training to enable her to undertake a wide range of duties including taking bloods, blood pressure monitoring, ear syringing, ECGs and chronic disease management.
Sister Melanie Steadman - Advanced Nurse Practitioner
Sister Vikki Spambo - Practice Nurse
Linda Evans - Healthcare Assistant
Layla Livesey - Trainee Nurse Associate
Our Practice and Business Manager, Victoria is in charge of the day-to-day organisation and administration of the Practice and premises. If you wish to make enquiries about administration or non-medical aspects of your health or treatment she can be contacted by telephoning the practice on 0151 328 5630. She is also available to discuss any feedback that you may wish to offer about our services.
Our Reception Staff and Administration Staff are specially trained to help you and assist in making routine and emergency appointments to see one of our healthcare professionals. They can also answer your various requests and queries. When telephoning for medical attention our Reception Staff may ask for a few details. The doctors have asked them to make these enquiries so that they can help you in the most appropriate way. Our Reception Staff have undertaken special training and are bound by the same strict rules of confidentiality as the doctors and nurses.
Our Secretary deals with all the letters dictated by the doctors concerning NHS or private referrals. Please note that if you decide to be seen privately you would need to arrange your own appointment and collect your referral letter from our reception desk. We operate a ‘Choose and Book’ system, which aims to provide you with a consultant appointment at a time and place best suited to your needs. If you have any queries about a referral you would need to contact our secretary on 0151 328 5639.
Victoria Ward BSc (HONS) - Practice & Business Manager
Jess Vaughan - Business Administrator
Justine Griffiths - Administrator/Secretary
Karen Stewart - Administrator/Secretary
Lynda Evans - Medicines Co-ordinator
Leanne Flecker - Team Leader
Rebecca Dixon - Reception Administrator
Elaine Piercy - Receptionist
Janet Lowe - Receptionist
Amy Jones - Receptionist
Kayleigh Fleckner - Receptionist
Judy Baigent - Receptionist
Rachel Keirl – Community Paramedic. Learn more about Rachel’s role: Rachel Keirl Community Paramedic
Suzanne Thomas – Specialist Learning Disabilities Nurse. Learn more about Suzanne’s role: Suzanne Thomas Learning Disability Nurse Practitioner
Tracey Pilgrim – Cancer Care Coordinator. Learn more about Tracey’s role: Tracey Pilgrim Cancer Care Coordinator
Jessica Brown – Wellbeing Practitioner. Learn more about Jess’ role: Jessica Brown Wellbeing Practitioner
Georgia Lilley – Health Coach. Learn more about Georgia’s role: Georgia Lilley Health Coach
Lucy Hodgson – Trainee Associate Psychological Practitioner. Learn more about Lucy’s role: Lucy Hodgson Trainee Associate Psychological Practitioner
Shelby Hughes – Mental Health Care Coordinator. Learn more about Shelby’s role: Shelby Hughes Mental Health Care Coordinator
Claire Thomson – Care Coordinator Care Homes. Learn more about Claire’s role: Claire Thomson Care Coordinator Care Homes
Our District Nurses assess, plan and manage the care of sick and disable patients of all ages in the patient’s own home, they are based at Easthem Clinic and their contact number is 0151 327 3061.
The Health Visitors are based at Bridle Road Clinic, their contact number is 0151 327 2411. Health Visitors are qualified nurses and have additional training in child health and development, will monitor your child’s growth and development, answer any child health queries and help mothers to cope with children under five, advising on things like hygiene, safety, feeding and sleeping. They can also provide you with help and information regarding such issues as emotional problems, relationship difficulties, family planning and health.
Our Midwives care for and support pregnant women, their partners and new babies before, during and after the birth. They monitor the health of the mother, counsel her on health issues and explain the options for delivery of the baby.
Their job also involves reassuring parents, running antenatal and parenting classes, taking care of the mother and baby during labour and birth and giving advice on breastfeeding.