|Dr Derek Say|
MB ChB, MRCGP, DCH, DRCOG, DGM
Dr Say trained at Manchester Medical School and qualified in 1980. He is married with three children and joined the practice in 1986. His interests include the care of the older patient and the youth clinic. Dr Say has responsibility for the practice's external liaisons.
|Dr John Reid|
MB ChB, DRCOG
Dr Reid trained at Sheffield Medical School and qualified in 1984. He joined the practice in 1989. He is the lead GP for the Personal Medical Services pilot, is responsible for Clinical Governance within the practice and coordinates the cardiovascular and respiratory disease management programme. He has managerial responsibility for the information technology systems within the primary care centre and is a Foundation Level 2 Tutor. Academic interests include dermatology, heart disease and minor surgery.
|Dr David Tooth|
MA, MB Bchir (Hons) Cantab, DCH, MRCGP
Dr Tooth trained at Cambridge University and St. Mary's Hospital, London. He qualified in 1988 and joined the practice in 1994. He is involved in the training and selection of new General Practitioners, the practice's Primary Medical Services contract and practice finances. He is chair of Rother Valley South Practice Based Commissioning Neighbourhood.
|Dr Neil Thorman|
MB, ChB, DRCOG
Dr Thorman trained at Sheffield Medical School and qualified in 1994. He joined the practice in 1998. He is interested in mental health problems and runs the diabetic clinic. Dr Thorman has special responsibility for the patients resident in the local nursing homes. He is also a General Practitioner Tutor, taking medical students from Sheffield University as well as Foundation Level 2 doctors.
|Dr Helen Speight|
BM, BS, MRCGP
Dr Speight trained at Nottingham Medical School and qualified in 1989. She joined the practice in 2000. Her main clinical interest is family planning. Dr Speight is responsible for the prescribing and dispensary service at the Harthill Branch Surgery.
|Dr Rejia Ullah|
MBChB, DRCOG, DFFP, MRCGP
Dr Ullah joined the Practice in August 2015 although she originally did her GP Registrar training with the Practice in 2005. She has special interests in Palliative Care, Sexual Health and Learning Disabilities.
Associate General Practitioners
|Dr Andrew Grafton|
MB, BS, BMed.Sci, MRCGP, DRCOG, DGM, DTM&H
Dr Grafton trained at Nottingham Medical School and qualified in 1988. He is married with three children. He joined the practice in 2001 and works part–time, having previously been a full–time General Practitioner for six years in Hertfordshire. His interests include ischemic heart disease, asthma and tropical medicine having spent two years working in Africa.
|Dr Ben Harris|
Dr Ben Harris trained at Manchester University and qualified in 2000. He joined the practice in 2013 working two days a week and enjoys all aspects of General Practice. Ben spends his other days looking after his young family and is a keen athlete.
|Dr Gillian Turner|
Mb ChB, DFSRH, MRCGP
Dr Turner trained at Birmingham Medical School and qualified in 2010. She joined the practice in 2015 working three days a week. She has interests in all aspects of general practice, in particular women’s health.
|Dr John Powell|
Dr Powell joined the practice in May 2016. He trained at Sheffield University and qualified in 1989, and was a former partner at St Ann’s Surgery in Rotherham.
We are a Training Practice for qualified doctors intending to become General Practitioners. A General Practice Associate in Training is usually here to gain experience of general practice. They may be sitting in with the doctor, nurse or other members of our team here during your consultation: you will be informed if this is the case.
As their training progresses they will hold their own surgeries under the supervision of their trainer, Dr David Tooth. If you have any objection to this please let us know. On occasion surgeries will be video–taped for training purposes but only with the signed consent of the patients involved at the time. To help maintain the high standards expected in this training work the practice will be inspected by other doctors from time to time. This inspection will include looking at some medical records. If you do not wish your records to be used for this purpose please let reception know.
A similar scheme allows hospital doctors (who may or may not go on to become General Practitioners) experience in family medicine – this is called the Foundation Year 2 rotation. Drs Neil Thorman and John Reid are Tutors for the F2 scheme and we usually have a new F2 Trainee every 4 months.