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Royal Primary Care has a diverse team of clinical and non clinical members all working to provide the best care we can. The Clinical Services are supported by our Management and Administration Teams.

Our Reception team provide face to face contact and handle the telephone calls. All of our reception staff are being trained as Care Navigators - this role is to get you to the person most able to help you with your problem.

The GP may well not be the most appropriate person for you to see.

We have Advanced Nurse Practitioners, Pharmacists, Mental Health Specialists, Physiotherapists, Practice Nurses and Health Care Assistants all with appointments available. Our entire team works closely with one another and the doctors are always available to support our team members in their decision making.

Doctors

Dr Peter Scriven

MBChB (Sheffield 1999) MRCS MPhil MRCGP

Works 2 days per week usually at Staveley and Inkersall surgeries

I trained in medicine at the University of Sheffield, graduating in 1999. I initially trained as a Surgeon and undertook an extended period of research on how cancers become resistant to chemotherapy drugs.

I left surgery in 2011 to pursue a different work | life balance. I have been working as a GP in the Derbyshire and Yorkshire region for several years. I am happy to see any problems but my areas of interest are gastrointestinal disease (tummy and bowel problems), central sensitivity syndromes (fibromyalgia, CFS), mens health and minor surgery. I also have an interest in app based connected health care.

As Divisional Director I am responsible and accountable for the redevelopment and improvement of Royal Primary Care across Chesterfield and Clay Cross. Presently this means I usually see patient on 2 days of the week and spend the rest of the week leading the redevelopment of Royal Primary Care.

Dr Jo Page

MBChB (Sheffield 1988) DRCOG

Works 4 days per week at Grangewood Surgery

I am a graduate of Sheffield University Medical School with MBChB  achieved in 1988 . So yes, I have worked for the NHS for 30 years, 27 of them at this practice in its various shapes and forms. I have been lucky enough to practice family medicine here looking after people from the cradle onwards. Many of my babies from the days of doing newborn checks are now parents themselves and still patients. 

I have a special interest in Musculoskeletal medicine and do joint injections when indicated.

I am safeguarding lead for both adults and children and GP lead for the Community Support Team in Chesterfield , looking after complex patients as part of the Multi Disciplinary Team. I am also the Lead GP for the Grangewood site.

Dr Liz Hare

BSc MBChB (Liverpool 1992), FRCSI, DFFP, MRCGP, PgDip

Works 4 days per week usually at the Staveley and Inkersall Surgeries

Dr Liz Hare qualified as a doctor in 1992. She completed basic surgical training gaining Fellowship in 1997. In 2003 she passed MRCGP after finishing her vocational training scheme in Cheshire. She practised as a GP in Wirral for 13 years with lead roles in the Clinical Commissioning Group and GPOOH.

She attained GPwSI status in 2010 and completed a diploma in dermatology.  She has worked on a voluntary basis for the UK Dermatology Clinical Trials Network for 6 years as a vignette assessor and judge for the fellowship submissions.

In 2012 she gained GP trainer status. In 2016 she relocated to Yorkshire and is embracing the opportunities of providing primary healthcare as a salaried GP.

Dr Hare is the Lead GP for Staveley and Inkersall

Dr Vicky Lloyd

DRCOG MB

Works 3 days per week at Grangewood

Special Interests: General Medicine, Contraception - qualified in coil fitting

Dr Frances Clement

MB BChir, MA (1992 Cambridge), DCH, FFPH

Works 3 days per week at Inkersall

Dr Clement qualified in Medicine from Cambridge University in 1992. She completed her GP training in Bristol in 1998. She set up a service with Bristol City Council for people with drug addictions which led to her interest in the wider determinants of health (e.g. poverty, employment, education, housing). She decided to pursue a career in Public Health and trained and worked as a Consultant in Public Health in Barnsley for 7 years. Whilst preparing to return to General Practice she worked for a short time in London with Hillingdon Borough Council on an HIV Needs Assessment.

She returned to General Practice in 2016 and has been with Royal Primary Care since then providing general primary care and also primary care to the residents of the Staveley Centre, with an interest in dementia. She enjoys teaching and mentoring.

Dr Christina Perry

MBChB (Warwick 2012), MRCGP

Works 3 days per week split between Grangewood and Staveley Surgeries

I trained in medicine at the University of Warwick under their postgraduate training scheme having previously undertaken a degree in Biology at the University of Kent. I completed my first 2 years as a junior doctor working in Sheffield and Doncaster. Wanting to try a change of scenery I relocated to St Albans to do my GP training on the West Herts scheme.

However I missed the countryside of Derbyshire and Yorkshire so after completing GP training I moved back to Derbyshire and started working for Royal Primary Care in August 2017.

I am the Palliative Care Lead GP at Royal Primary Care.

Dr Adrian Beltran-Martinez

Licenciado en Medicina (Seville 2011) Equivalent to MBChB, Msc Rare Diseases , Msc Biochemistry, Msc Genomics (on going). Médico Especialista en Medicina Familiar y Comunitaria (GP specialist)

Genetics and Research Lead

I studied Medicine in Seville (Spain) where I am originally from and finished my degree in 2011. I started my training as a GP in 2012 in Seville, being awarded my full GP license in 2016. After becoming fully qualified, I started working in a small village as a rural doctor for 3 months. Then I left my country to move to the UK to pursue better working conditions and to be able to grow personally and academically. I have been practising as a GP in Chesterfield area since 2017 and I have been a part of Royal Primary Care since April 2018 as a Salaried GP.

I am really interested in Rare and Genetic diseases, which is why I am undertaking currently a MSc in Genetics to build up my skills in this area. I would like to become a GPwSI in Genetics and I am the Genetics / Research lead at RPC. As well, I really like paediatrics and respiratory diseases.

Dr Natasha Dhamija

MBBS (2009) MRCGP (2014)

Works 2 days per week usually at the Staveley and Inkersall Surgeries

I trained in medicine at the University of East Anglia, graduating in 2009 and qualified as a GP in 2014. I have worked at Royal Primary care since 2014.

 

Dr Melanie Jarman

MBChB (hons) (Leicester 2004) MRCGP

Works 3 clinical days per week

Dr Jarman qualified at Leicester Medical School in 2004 and after completing 2 years of general training moved to New Zealand where she worked in a variety of medical posts before starting her GP training there. She then went on to work as an acute care physician in an out of ours type setting. She moved back to the UK in 2013 to complete her GP training and has been working at Royal Primary Care since 2016. She enjoys travelling and spends a lot of time in Argentina through family ties. Dr Jarman speaks English, Spanish and French.

Sister Stephanie Conway

Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Works 4 days per week

Sister Kylie Ward

Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Works 5 days per week

Sister Tracey Bennett

Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Works 4 days per week

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