Zone Archive

There’s links here to all the Healthcare Workers in all the zones of I’m a Medic.

Each column can be reordered (click on the title). Or you can always use CTRL-F to search for a particular professional, topic or zone.

Name About me and my work Zone name Date
Simon Browes Advanced Clinical Practitioner & Clinical Director General Practice Zone June 2017
Shehla Imtiaz-Umer A trainee GP – currently working as a junior Dr in Paediatrics General Practice Zone June 2017
Katharine Bradbury GP General Practice Zone June 2017
Jonathan Harte I’m a full-time GP in Aspley, Nottingham General Practice Zone June 2017
Emma Rowe Practice Nursing General Practice Zone June 2017
Christopher Symonds Practice Manager in a GP Surgery General Practice Zone June 2017
Philip Williams GP Partner, Lincolnshire General Practice Zone November 2017
Robert Cullum I work as a clinical teaching fellow at hospitals in Lincolnshire. General Practice Zone November 2017
Adrian Taylor Jack of all trades master of none, Practice Managers do everything from customer care to finances & wages. A shoulder to cry on or dealing with human resources. But could find me under a sink fixing a leak or in a high powered meeting making sure the local Practices voices are heard. General Practice Zone November 2017
Ali Blatcher I’m a Doctor! General Practice Zone November 2017
Charnelle Lusuku General Practice Zone November 2017
Deborah Draycott Advanced Nurse Practitioner at GP surgery General Practice Zone November 2017
Kit T General Practice Zone November 2017
Adil Rashid 4th Year Undergraduate Medical Student at Nottingham University General Practice Zone March 2018
Amanda Henchliffe I love my work – I never refer to it as a job! General Practice Zone March 2018
Catherine Harrison GP Doctor, full time General Practice Zone March 2018
Philippa Horner I am currently a Foundation Year 2 doctor working in paediatrics, aspiring to be a GP. General Practice Zone March 2018
Nicola Hickman I’m doing a job I never knew existed when I was at school! General Practice Zone March 2018
Jo & Lucy Arthurs / Clayton We work as GPs 5 days a week, but still have time out to attend teaching sessions. General Practice Zone March 2018
Jamie Hynes I work as a GP 3 and a half days a week, as well as a Training Programme Director and Vice Chair of our local Faculty. General Practice Zone March 2018
Gail Allsopp Varied!!! General Practice Zone March 2018
Kerry Haworth I’m soon to qualify as a nurse Primary Care Zone January 2019
Hampton Surgery I’m Jen, a newly qualified Nurse. Primary Care Zone January 2019
Tarik Shembesh I am a General Dental Practitionar and an Oral Surgeon Primary Care Zone January 2019
East Sussex Children's Integrated Therapy Service We’re Jess, a Children’s Physiotherapist, Victoria, a Children’s Therapy Assistant, and Rosie, a Physiotherapy student on placement. Primary Care Zone January 2019
CLICK Federation I am Brendon and I work as a pharmacist Primary Care Zone January 2019
Amelia Randle I work at a GP practice in Shepton Mallet Primary Care Zone January 2019
Riverside Surgery We’re Charlotte, Riverside Surgery’s Administrator, and Kerrie, an Apprentice Administrator. Primary Care Zone January 2019
Sheffield Psychiatry Ward Team I’m Emma, a doctor working in psychiatry. Mental Health Zone January 2019
Annabel Butcher I’m a Head of HR in a mental health and communities trust Mental Health Zone January 2019
Arts Therapy Team I’m Richard, the Arts Therapy Manager. Mental Health Zone January 2019
Ed Freshwater I work with new and expectant mothers who are experiencing a mental illness Mental Health Zone January 2019
Early Intervention Team We’re Dawn and Sarah, both part of the Early Intervention in Psychosis (EIP) Team. Mental Health Zone January 2019
Home Treatment Team We are Steven (Recovery Worker), Ramatu (Business Manager), Julie (Clinical Service Lead) and Kiki (Clinical Psychologist) Mental Health Zone January 2019
Neel Halder I am a consultant psychiatrist with training in learning disabilities Mental Health Zone January 2019
Abigail Smith I’m Abbie and I’m a GP Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Neha Rud I’m Neha and I’m a GP Doctor Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Nicola Payne I have a portfolio career. This means I work in different jobs. I work as a consultant for Enono (meaning joined up in Greek!) helping develop and deliver initiatives focused around improving organisational culture. I work clinically as a nurse in Beaumond House Hospice and finally I work as a Senior Lecturer at Nottingham Trent University. No 2 days are the same for me! Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Ojali Yusuff Nottingham City GP Alliance Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Oscar Nguyen My role involves lots of communications work of all kind. On daily basis, I manage NATH website and produce relevant content for social media and newsletter, right through to offering support on numerous NATH projects and events. Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Pip C Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Saira Jawaid I absolutely love my job which includes interacting with patients of all age groups, that can present in a variety of ways. I am a general practitioner with background of working in hospital for a number of years before moving on to family practice. My special interest is medical education and all of the above skills developed over time help me attain the job satisfaction and a good work life balance. Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Steve White I have a main focus of working with the NATH team to focus on placements, apprentice levy, recruitment, retention, advanced clinical practice spaces, GPN fundamentals spaces and the management of L&D applications. I work alongside NATH colleagues, Universities, colleges, training providers, CCGs, PCNs, federations and practices to ensure NATH is an integral part of the primary care infrastructure in Nottinghamshire. My aim is to develop new and innovative ways of utilising training and development to support colleagues from all backgrounds in both medical and non medical roles, to enhance their learning and fulfil their potential I have nearly 20 years of learning and development experience, gained from colleges, private training providers, charities, local authorities and Lincolnshire Police. Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Sarah Chalmers-Page I work with the medical and nursing teams to look at how successful their projects have been, what we can do to make them better next time and identify any problems with them that they can fix. Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Sonali Kinra I’m Sonali and I’m a General Practitioner Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Stacey Scott I’m stacey and i’m a pharmacy assistant. Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Michele Tuttle I’m a Care Project Officer focusing on training and recruitment solutions for care homes and home care providers. Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Suzanne Buxton I am the Operational Manager for the Dispensary Services. I manage the dispensary operations for the dispensary satellites and implement policies and procedures for the department. Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Zeeshan Ahmed Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Zoe Pendlebury Mental Health Pharmacist Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Adam Jones I am an Operations & Liaison Manager, this means I help with a lot of the day-to-day running of the NHS training hub whether it’s running projects, attending meetings or doing school visits. Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Milin Seth GP Registrar Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Samantha Stoddart Pharmacy Assistant Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Megan Leahy I graduated from university and came straight into the role of being a Practice Nurse. Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Emma Nowell I work as a receptionist and administrator in a doctors surgery in Nottingham. Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Matt Haynes Clinical pharmacy technician working in mental health working across 2 mental health teams over a total of 4 days along with one day in pharmacy Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Claire Nowak Medicines Safety Officer and Specialist Mental Health Pharmacist Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Chisom Anaduaka-Akpan GP Registrar Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Andrew Foster Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Amita Deolkar Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Dr Alice O'Brien GP Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Adrian Taylor Jack of all trades master of none, Practice Managers do everything from customer care to finances & wages. A shoulder to cry on or dealing with human resources. But could find me under a sink fixing a leak or in a high powered meeting making sure the local Practices voices are heard. Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Deborah Green Deb Green Registered Nurse/Professional Training and Education Nurse Trainer Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Elliot Trafford Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Emma Gambell Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Anna Davis Hi I’m a practice nurse I work at a general practice surgery and get involved in lots of things from giving vaccinations, doing smears, wound care, giving injections, blood pressures. Talking to people about how they would like to be healthier and sign posting them to services. Helping people with long term conditions such as asthma. How they can manage is day to day and what to do if they are struggling, or diabetes or cardiovascular problems such as high blood pressure. I am doing a prescribing course so I can order medications and I can assess people physically and mentally. I was a nurse for 16 years before being a practice nurse but you can go in from qualifiying and also be a practice nurse starting as a health care assistant or apprentice. Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Gordon Heeley I work at the Greendale Surgery 3 days a week and help the doctors and nurses in their work with patients.  I spend most of my time helping patients get the most out of the medicines they take making sure they are helping them, not getting any side effects and taking them correctly. I am one of a growing number of pharmacists who are able to prescribe medicines for patients something which has been one of the big changes to my job in the last 5 years. Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Kristy Garton Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Louise Woodward Operations & Liaison Manager, Nottinghamshire Alliance Training Hub Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Hannah Godden Specialist Mental Health Interface Pharmacist Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Leanne Horsley I’ve been a Physio since 2010 and have worked in a range of areas including; intensive care, stroke wards, elderly rehabilitation wards, out in the community in patient’s houses and in GP practices. My job has been varied, I’ve worked with both adults and children and have even ran exercise rehabilitation classes in community centres for patients that have had cardiac arrests. Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Laurence Quirk I manage a team that helps GP practices in the area find training for their staff so they can maintain skills and knowledge for their job.  I help staff access information about training, funding, apprenticeships. Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Karen Fearn I am a GP partner working in a smaller than average practice with a young team. I have been a GP for about 20yrs. I have recently also taken on a role as a deputy clinical director for a Primary Care Network which is a group of practices working together and managing a budget to provide care for patients. Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
John Lawton Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Jo Booth I currently work in primary care in which I work closely with other members of my team including general practitioners and others practice nurses. My role is a practice nurse prescriber where I specialise in managing people with type 2 diabetes. I also do other roles such as vaccinating children and adults such as during flu season and I deal with wounds which is vey good as a like seeing them look auwful and with my care they quickly get better. Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Jamie Hynes I work as a GP 3 and a half days a week, as well as a Training Programme Director and Vice Chair of our local Faculty. Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
James Waldron I’m James and I’m a GP in Bulwell in Nottingham and I also teach other GPs and GPs in Training. I’m also designing a healthcare app!   Primary Care East Midlands April 2021
Ojali Yusuff Nottingham City GP Alliance Primary Care Zone April 2022
Ruth Leachman I am a Primary Care Network Manager for BACHS PCN which covers some of Nottingham City areas. Primary Care Zone April 2022
Ojali Yusuff Primary Care Zone April 2022
Onyinye Okonkwo I am the senior Partner at Wand Medical Centre in Birmingham . I lead the EDI (BAME) staff Network for General Practice Staff and Allies that work in  Birmingham and Solihull. Primary Care Zone April 2022
Philip Ambrose I work as a Neurologist. The commonest conditions a neurologist sees are migraine, Parkinson’s disease epilepsy or multiple sclerosis. My main interest is in diseases caused by the immune system that affect the nervous system in other words something goes wrong with the immune system and it starts attacking the nervous system. I currently do research in conditions such as these. Primary Care Zone April 2022
Rabia Khan I am in second year of my GP training. I am in the West Midlands Deanery, and am a South Worcester AiT Representative for the RCGP Midlands Faculty. Primary Care Zone April 2022
Robin Mullen I am the Lead PCN Clinical Pharmacist for my primary care network (PCN) of an amazing team of 5 other pharmacists and one pharmacy technician working across several GP practices. Primary Care Zone April 2022
Ruby Shoffa I work as a doctor in Coventry training part-time in General Practice. Primary Care Zone April 2022
Sarah Hamlyn I am a GP mainly at a university practice, where I also train new GPs. As a GP I also deal with contraception and minor surgery. My other jobs include mentoring, giving botox for headaches, checking other GPs are keeping up to date, and running a mentoring/coaching business. Primary Care Zone April 2022
Sally Cuthbert I work in GP practice as an Occupational Therapist (OT). I get to meet lots of people everyday and ask lots of questions. I work with patients to better understand what is getting in the way of them living their life to the full. They may be struggling with tasks due to feeling sad about themselves or the world and they may have stopped enjoying the things they used to do.   Primary Care Zone April 2022
Samantha Garside I primarily did my Pharmacy Technician training in Hospital at the Nottingham University Hospitals; I was there for 14yrs before I had the opportunity to work for a Stem Cell Biobank. Since then I’ve ventured into Community Pharmacy, back into Hospital (Sherwood Forest Hospitals) to where I am now, starting this new adventure as a PCN (Primary Care Network) Pharmacy Technician. Primary Care Zone April 2022
Sarah Chalmers-Page I work with the medical and nursing teams to look at how successful their projects have been, what we can do to make them better next time and identify any problems with them that they can fix. Primary Care Zone April 2022
Sarah Cousins I work as a GP with a range of different jobs. Primary Care Zone April 2022
Sarah Partridge Support and training of the PCN clinical pharmacy team within Nottingham City, Primary Care Zone April 2022
Tom Price I am currently working as part of the Urgent and Emergency Care Team across three units; the Emergency Department, Emergency Assessment Unit and Short Stay Unit.   Primary Care Zone April 2022
Tylah Marston I am a Physiotherapist who works in the NHS. I currently work with people after having operations for broken bones (or joint replacements), however I have worked with lots of different people of all ages. I move into a different area every five months, so I am always learning new things. Primary Care Zone April 2022
Yvette Storm Primary Care Zone April 2022
Michele Tuttle I’m a Care Project Officer focusing on training and recruitment solutions for care homes and home care providers. Primary Care Zone April 2022
Nicola Payne I have a portfolio career. This means I work in different jobs. I work as a consultant for Enono (meaning joined up in Greek!) helping develop and deliver initiatives focused around improving organisational culture. I work clinically as a nurse in Beaumond House Hospice and finally I work as a Senior Lecturer at Nottingham Trent University. No 2 days are the same for me! Primary Care Zone April 2022
Jamie Hynes I work as a GP 3 and a half days a week, as well as a Training Programme Director and Vice Chair of our local Faculty. Primary Care Zone April 2022
Lynne Thompson I am a Paramedic working as a senior lecturer in Paramedicine Primary Care Zone April 2022
Emma Dye Practice Nurse – I’m a nurse who works in a GP surgery! Primary Care Zone April 2022
Aaliya Goyal I am a GP. I work as a clinical lead for a clinical commissioning group which means I work with a group of people who decide what people need to make their health as good as possible. I give advice to students trying to get into Medicine and help out at a medical school. I am a Training Programme Director helping doctors who are training to be GPs. I do a lot of voluntary and charity work.  I also write articles, host events and speak at a lot of events for other doctors and the general public. Primary Care Zone April 2022
Adam Jones I am an Operations & Liaison Manager, this means I help with a lot of the day-to-day running of the NHS training hub whether it’s running projects, attending meetings or doing school visits. Primary Care Zone April 2022
Adrian Taylor Jack of all trades master of none, Practice Managers do everything from customer care to finances & wages. A shoulder to cry on or dealing with human resources. But could find me under a sink fixing a leak or in a high powered meeting making sure the local Practices voices are heard. Primary Care Zone April 2022
Anita Raja I am a Birmingham based GP.I do a lot of media work and I absolutely love it ! Primary Care Zone April 2022
Ankish Patel I work for a company that helps support doctors surgeries in Nottingham City. I did use to work in a doctors surgery but now my role is to help recruit new staff (not only pharmacists), and to help train them, and look after their well being. I also look for new ways of working and help to create new services for our patients in the city. Primary Care Zone April 2022
Anna Podlasek GP trainee Primary Care Zone April 2022
Claire Manktelow I am a General Practitioner -or GP for short-I work in a health centre with lots of other doctors, nurses and a whole big team of other people too. We look after university students, their families, and also students studying and living in Nottingham from other countries. We also look after a lot of the staff-teachers and lectures. Primary Care Zone April 2022
Danielle Siberry I am a practice nurse, i see all ages from babies to elderly patients. I have a big interest in wounds and contraception. Primary Care Zone April 2022
David Peachey I am a GP in West Bridgford and also teach Medical Students at The University of Nottingham. Primary Care Zone April 2022
Deborah Green Deb Green Registered Nurse/Professional Training and Education Nurse Trainer Primary Care Zone April 2022
Edward Shaw Currently a Band 5 Rotational Physiotherapist on a permanent contract. Primary Care Zone April 2022
Emma Swearman I’m a Health & Wellbeing coach. My role involves clinics for lifestyle coaching tailored to individual needs and running a range of wellbeing groups for patients and staff. Primary Care Zone April 2022
Louise Sinclair I am a registered nurse and work as the head of care services in a hospice. Primary Care Zone April 2022
Fiona Angyal Primary Care Zone April 2022
Hayley Casey I am Practice Manager here at the University of Nottingham Health Service. I help support the day to day running of the practice and manage a team of almost 80 staff! Primary Care Zone April 2022
Heather S I get to drive fast and be nice to people all day! and I get paid for it 🙂 [I am an emergency care assistant in the ambulance service and a student paramedic] Primary Care Zone April 2022
James Waldron I’m James and I’m a GP in Bulwell in Nottingham and I also teach other GPs and GPs in Training. I’m also designing a healthcare app!   Primary Care Zone April 2022
Jazzy Drew I’m a medical secretary in a GP surgery in Nottingham. This means I help the doctors and nurses with their admin work! Primary Care Zone April 2022
Jess Li My special interest in GP land is contraception and sexual health, of which I am in the process of setting up a local service. Primary Care Zone April 2022
Karen Fearn I am a GP partner working in a smaller than average practice with a young team. I have been a GP for about 20yrs. I have recently also taken on a role as a deputy clinical director for a Primary Care Network which is a group of practices working together and managing a budget to provide care for patients. Primary Care Zone April 2022
Kate Knowles I am a nurse by background but I’m now an Advanced Clinical Practitioner (ACP) in a hospital. This job is a lot like a doctor but I have moved into managing teams of ACPs so that they can work better on the wards.  I also work at the Training Hub as project lead trying to help and support other Advanced Clinical Practitioners and trainees in the county. Primary Care Zone April 2022
Kejal Pandya Primary Care Zone April 2022
Laurence Quirk I manage a team that helps GP practices in the area find training for their staff so they can maintain skills and knowledge for their job.  I help staff access information about training, funding, apprenticeships. Primary Care Zone April 2022
Leanne Horsley I’ve been a Physio since 2010 and have worked in a range of areas including; intensive care, stroke wards, elderly rehabilitation wards, out in the community in patient’s houses and in GP practices. My job has been varied, I’ve worked with both adults and children and have even ran exercise rehabilitation classes in community centres for patients that have had cardiac arrests. Primary Care Zone April 2022
Carolyn Harris Learning & Development Department Leader – previously a registered nurse in Theatres. Primary Care Zone April 2022