Dr Louise Bradbury (f)
MB ChB DFSRH, Partner
Dr Robert Bennett (m)
MB BS MRCGP, Partner
Dr Alison Maycock (f)
BA (Hons) MB BChir MA GFP Cert DRCOG MRCGP, Partner
Dr Ambreen Shah (f)
Dr Farah Albouz (f)
Dr Victoria Bajo Lorenzana (f)
Dr Shalini Chinna (f)
GP Registrar (February 2023 to July 2023)
Mrs Fran Kelly (f)
Lead Practice Nurse - Diabetic Lead Nurse and Minor Illness
Mrs Patricia Goncalves (f)
Practice Nurse - Minor Illness and Chronic Disease
Miss Annie Winstanley (f)
Practice Nurse - Chronic Disease
Mrs Georgina Armstrong du Toit (f)
Mrs Saida Meddah (f)
Trainee Nurse Associate
Mrs Joanne Ross (f)
GP Registrars in Training
The practice is accredited as a Training Practice for GP Registrars, who are doctors training to become General Practitioners.
GP registrars are fully qualified doctors and are supervised by other GPs in the practice. You may be offered an appointment with them, but you are not obliged to see them if you choose not to. You may find that the GP Registrar sometimes sits in with other doctors or nurses during their consultations.
Occasionally, consultations may be video recorded for educational purposes. This will only take place if you consent to it.
Management and Admin
Business Support Manager
Clinical pharmacists work as part of the general practice team to improve value and outcomes from medicines and consult with and treat patients directly. This includes providing extra help to manage long-term conditions, advice for those on multiple medicines and better access to health checks. The role is pivotal to improving the quality of care and ensuring patient safety.
Jennifer McCutcheon (Maternity leave)
Lead Clinical Pharmacist (South East Oxford Health Alliance Primary Care Network)
Clinical Pharmacists (South East Oxford Health Alliance Primary Care Network)
Pharmacy Technician (South East Oxford Health Alliance Primary Care Network)
Our own team of community midwives hold a clinic at the surgery every Wednesday and Thursday.
Rhianna Baker Wednesday
Ceri Glenister Thursday
The community nurses (also known as district nurses) provide care, advice and support for people at home who are unable to attend the surgery.
Most of their work is with the elderly, chronically sick and terminally ill.
They also deal with minor illnesses and injuries.
Practice Link Workers
Practice Link Workers are here to help you look after your health and feel better while you are at home.
Our link workers are:
- Audrey Parris
- Leila Mellis
- Lisa Barnes
- Annabel Fleming
Social Prescribing Link Worker
The health visitors covering Hollow Way patients are based at Temple Cowley Health Centre. Telephone: 01865 903116.
The health visitors provide advice on family health and child care issues. If you have any worries about minor illness in your children then you may wish to contact them first. The health visitors work in partnership with the doctors. There are a number of services available locally for parents and children that offer practical support and advice.
If you would like to discuss specific health issues such as development, behaviour and parenting support etc., please phone the health visitors for an appointment.
Appointments with the health visitors are available in the health centre or a home visit by arrangement.
There are dedicated child health clinics available locally.
For child immunisations, lease make an appointment with the practice nurse through Reception.
For details of locality clinics please contact the Health Visitors on 01865 903116.