Dr C J Harrison
MB ChB PhD FRCGP
Dr Harrison joined the practice in 2004, having previously worked at a practice in Didsbury for 9 years. He enjoys all aspects of general practice.
He is also a Senior Lecturer in Medical Education and Director of Assessment at Keele University Medical School. He normally works in the practice on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Dr A Evans
MB ChB MRCGP
Dr Alexandra Evans graduated from the University of Leicester in 2003. Alongside her general practice training, she gained a diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and Family Planning and Sexual Health.
She is available to fit contraceptive coils on lunchtimes. She is also a trainer at the practice and is involved in the teaching of junior medical students at the practice. Outside of the practice Dr Evans has a new job as Training Programme Director for GP Trainees this means she will no longer be working in the practice on Monday’s.
Dr Evans will be available for appointments on a Tuesday afternoon and all day Friday dependant on the morning extended hours service on a Friday in which case she will only be available in the morning.
Dr A Symcox
MB ChB MRCGP
Dr Symcox qualified in 1988 with post graduate qualifications in family planning and obstetrics. She has varied interests which include minor surgery, primary prevention and cardiovascular disease and womens and childrens health. She is available in the practice on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Dr H Caulfield
BSc MB ChB MRCGP
Dr Heather Caulfield qualified from St Andrews and Manchester Medical School in 1995. She joined the practice in 2007.
Her special interests include: women’s health, including family planning, postnatal care; child health, including Wednesday morning baby clinic.
She currently works Wednesday mornings providing family planning services Implanon/Nexplanon fitting) and baby clinic. Dr Caulfield also works Thursday mornings.
Dr R Farrington
MB ChB MRCGP DTM&H, PGCert in Higher Education 2016, SFHEA 2016
Dr Farrington qualified from the University of Dundee in 1990.
Dr Farrington is a salaried GP at the practice covering Friday afternoon surgery.
For the rest of the week she works at the University of Manchester medical school teaching undergraduate medical students. Dr Farrington also works one day a week at the Mental Health Trust in a project supporting refugees.