Mrs Rima Alsahwi (f)

Independent Prescribing Pharmacist. Please contact the surgery to book your medication reviews or if you have any medication related queries.

Chrissie Price (f)

Chrissie is our Pharmacy technician 

Community Midwives

Mrs Clair Waldren (f)

Clair is our Community midwife. She can be contacted through the Surgery, and holds clinics here every 2 weeks. She will also see patients at Savernake Hospital.

Attached Staff

Sarah Davey (f)

Sarah is the lead for our Health and Welfare Team, managing the Social Prescribers, Health and Wellbeing Coaches and Mental Health Practitioners. She has worked with us for many years as our Care Coordinator and has a wealth of useful resourses and experience. She can be contacted via the surgery.

Josie Hopkins (f)

Josie is one of our Social Prescribers, she can be contacted through the surgery

Mr Thamem Khan (m)

First Contact Physiotherapy Service

A First Contact Practitioner (FCP) is a Physiotherapist who is professionally qualified to treat patients without a referral from a GP or other Health Care Professional. FCPs provide the first point of contact for all musculoskeletal (muscles, bones and joint) problems. A FCP can assess and diagnose regarding your musculoskeletal problem, give expert advice on how best to manage your condition, can refer for further treatment, arrange investigations or refer onwards to a specialist service if necessary. Please contact Reception to book an appointment.

First Contact Physiotherapist

Ailsa Golder (f)

Ailsa is one of our Social Prescribers. She can be contacted through the surgery

Hayley Wylie (f)

Hayley is our Care Co-ordinator. She can be contacted via the surgery.

Mr Alex Freeborn (m)

Alex is our Health and Wellbeing coach. He can be contacted via the surgery.

Mini Easter

Mini is our new Mental Health Practitioner. She has a wealth of experience as a Mental Health Nurse with AWP. She can be contacted via the surgery for appointments and advice

If you need help right now, call AWP’s 24-hour urgent response line free on 0800 953 1919

For someone to talk to, you can also contact The Samaritans for free on 116 123. The Samaritans offers 24-hour telephone emotional support and befriending in complete confidence.

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