|Dr Sally Johnson (F)
||MB ChB DRCOG DCCH DFFP MRCGP 1987 Liverpool
|Dr Helen Kathryn Howes (F)
||MB ChB DGM DRCOG DFFP MRCGP 1991 Leicester
|Dr Rachel Elizabeth Glen Reid (F)
||MA MB BChir 1990 Cambridge
|Dr Thomas Abraham Thuthiyil (M)
||MB BS MD (Medicine) DTCD MRCGP 1984 Punjab, India
|Dr Ralph George Mitchell (M)
||MB ChB MRCS MRCGP Warwick 2009
|Dr Amina Willems (F)
||MB ChB MD DFSRH DRCOG MRCGP 2002 Germany
|Dr Judith Casson (F)
||MB BS DRCOG DCH 1995 Newcastle upon Tyne
|Dr Clare Wilson (F)
||MB ChB MRCGP 2004 Birmingham
|Dr Ewa Sondej (F)
||MB BS MRCGP, MRCP 2003 Poland
The GPs practise together as a non-limited partnership and hold an NHS contract for General Medical Services (GMS) with NHS England.
All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (e.g. average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.
The average pay for GPs working at Station View Health Centre in the last financial year was £69,768 before tax and national insurance. This is for 2 full time GPs and 7 part time GPs who worked in the Practice for more than 6 months.
Judith Goldsworthy, manages the practice on behalf of the doctors.
Patient Services Manager
Julie Hudson, leads a team of 13 receptionists working various shifts, who assist patients in making appointments, the ordering of prescriptions and general enquiries.
Advanced Nurse Practitioner
Various illnesses and ailments can be treated by Lidia Coates & Kate Kaminskas RGN, who have additional nursing qualifications and are nurse prescribers. You may be asked to see an ANP instead of a doctor. Ask at reception for details of the services available.
Our team of four practice nurses run all the screening clinics. They also carry out cervical smears, blood pressure checks and vaccinations. Health education is an important part of their work. The nurses also run asthma and diabetic clinics in conjunction with the doctors.
The nursing team includes:
Helen Gray RGN
Anna Instrell RGN
Health Care Assistants
Our health care assistants are qualified to perform a number of functions such as new patient checks, and height, weight and blood pressure readings. In addition, we have phlebotomists who run blood test clinics at the surgery by appointment.
The community or district nurses, who are employed by the Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust, provide a specified range of general nursing services for the housebound.
Our health visitors, who are also employed by the Trust, are trained in general health care and preventative medicine. They are particularly expert in child care and development. For an appointment telephone 0116 215 3217 and ask for the health visitors, between 8.30am and 5.00pm Monday to Friday. For dates and times of clinics, see the noticeboard in the waiting area or speak to a health visitor.
Secretaries and Support Staff
The doctors are supported in their work by two part-time secretaries who prepare letters, deal with administrative queries and help summarise patient records. A small team of four other part-time staff assist with the general running of the practice including IT support, preparation of clinical rotas, document scanning, and finance and accounting.