Trowbridge Health Centre, Hammersmith Fields , Trowbridge, Wiltshire, BA14 8LWTel: 01225 435757
The senior partner at Trowbridge health centre is Dr Stephen Locke. Dr Locke has special interest and expertise in caring for patients with cancer and respiratory medicine. Dr Locke is also a GP Trainer. This means he's involved with training doctors to become General Practitioners. Often he may have another doctor sitting in the consultaion with him so they can learn from the experience.
Special interests - Caring for patients with cancer and respiratory medicine
Dr Bimbh qualified in 1989 at the medical school of St Bartholomew’s hospital. He spent several years working in Hospitals specializing in Respiratory and General medicine. He then completed his General practice training at St Georges Hospital in Tooting before heading to the West country. He came to Trowbridge and has been here ever since! He has developed further skills especially in cardiology where he now heads up the Adcroft Cardiology service.
Dr Bundy gained much of his experience working in Australia and New Zealand. On returning to the UK he completed his training to become a GP and has worked at Adcroft ever since. Dr Bundy has expertise in minor surgery and joint injections, as well as being actively involved in clinical research.
Dr Cookson worked for three years in New Zealand before joining the practice in 1998. His general interest is Neurology and he is involved with the management of the practice. He does minor surgery in the practice and enjoys all types of primary care. Outside work he enjoys his family and riding his bikes.
Dr Sheppard is married with two children. She has special interests in Diabetes, ENT and Family Planning.
Dr Ponty and has previous experience in elderly care medicine and Gastro-enterology
Dr Davies is married with three children and her special interests are Paediatrics, ENT and Psychiatry.
Dr Gardner originally came to Adcroft Surgery a a trainee and since qualifying has stayed with us as an Associate at the Practice. She helps run our female health clinics including coils, implants and minor ops.
Special interests - Female Health Issues and Contraception services.
Dr James Harrop qualified in medicine in 2007 at King’s College London and during training as a general practitioner has worked as a hospital doctor in Bath, Bristol and Swindon, gaining experience in specialities including elderly care medicine, stroke medicine, psychiatry, oncology and cardiology.
Dr Tansley spent time in New Zealand working in A&E and as the doctor for a ski area. He has had experience in paediatric surgery, trained as a GP locally and has an interest in practical procedures and minor operations. Outside work he enjoys spending time with his young family.
Sophia Hancock is an experienced Nurse Practitioner having experience in both secondary care and minor injuries. She has recently joined the practice and is able to see and treat minor illness and injuries and is a Nurse Prescriber
Has worked in Primary Care for approximately 22 years. The majority of this time has been spent as a Research Nurse/ Clinical trials. Amanda has been at Adcroft Surgery for just under 2 years. My role at the Surgery is seeing Respiratory patients (Asthma, COPD) and Research.
Louise is one of our HCA's and is trained in phlebotomy mainly and taking blood pressures, ECG’s and recently trained to put on 24hour tapes, and conduct NHS Health Checks. She has recently become the surgeries Carers Lead.
The practice management team is involved in managing all of the business aspects of the practice such as making sure that the right systems are in place to provide a high quality of patient care, human resources, finance, patient safety, premises and equipment and information technology. The team supports the GPs and other medical professionals with delivering patient services and also helps to develop extended services to enhance patient care.
Jane delivers services to our patients through QoF, additional services, quality markers and locality initiatives.
Mrs Sally Hussey is the the Reception Supervisor, Sally oversees the day to day activities of the surgery and has worked at Adcroft for 12 years. Sally previously worked as Management in retail, with a Prescription background.
Mrs Lisa Turner is the Deputy Reception Supervisor and has responsibilities for administration work involved with our Online Services, Palliative care Patients & Nursing Homes. Lisa has worked at Adcroft Surgery for 20 years & previously worked in the outpatients department at a Military Hospital in Germany.
We have 2 Clinical Pharmacists who deal with medication queries from patients and the practice team. they also carry out medication reviews and are keen to help patients get the most out of their medicines so that they understand why they take them and know how to take them efficiently. They are also involved in prescription protocols and generally supporting the practice in medication-related issues.
Please contact reception if you wish to speak to a Clinical Pharmacist.
The local Midwives will co-ordinate your care during your pregnancy, right from the moment you discover you are expecting.
Please contact Trowbridge Birth Centre within one month of discovering you are pregnant. They can be contacted on 01225 711314, Monday to Thursday between 09:00 and 12:00.
If you need to contact your Midwife, please telephone 01225 765840.
You do not need to see a GP to confirm you are pregnant unless you have concerns you wish to discuss.
Health Visitors are qualified nurses, with special training and experience in child health, health promotion and education. They offer practical support and health advice in many situations, including child development, nutrition, sleep issues and behaviour management in the under 5’s.
Normally the Health Visitors will see your child at the following intervals:
They are a great source of information and can be contacted on 01225 618782
Carolyn is a qualified nurse who supports our doctors with the care of those patients who are over 75 and particularly those at risk of admission to hospital. She will visit patients at home to assess the patients’ needs and agree treatment plans and care packages with both the patient and other agencies, to enable the patient to be cared for at home where possible.
Gabby is a qualified nurse who supports our doctors with the care of those patients who are over 75 and particularly those at risk of admission to hospital. She will visit patients at home to assess the patients’ needs and agree treatment plans and care packages with the patient and other agencies, to enable the patient to be cared for at home where possible.
Both clinical care coordinators work closely with our elderly care team to support our elderly and more vulnerable patients
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