|Dr Alan FRANCIS
MBChB (Liverpool 1988) MRCGP
Joined the practice after serving in the Royal Army Medical Corps.
Dr Francis is the practice's CQC (Care Quality Commission) lead, and is also the Bridlington Board Member for the East Riding of Yorkshire CCG (Clinical Commissioning Group) Governing Body, and is Vice Chair of the Hull and East Yorkshire Local Medical Committee.
|Dr Carolien LINO
Artsexamen 1996 Amsterdam, DRCOG 1999, Certificate in Practical Palliative Care for GP's (Teeside) 2006, Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education (HYMS) 2012, Fellow of Higher Education Academy 2012.
Involved as clinical tutor and educational supervisor undergraduate year 3 HYMS since 2006, accredited for GP training May 2016.
Married with two children. Love to travel and play tennis.
|Dr Sergio RAISE
||Artsexamen (Rotterdam 1988) MRCGP DFFP
Joined the practice in May 2001 and has three children.
|Dr Christiane LOCH
||Medizinisches Staatsexamen Göttingen 1993, MD 1993, Fachärztin fur Innere Medizin (consultant for internal medicine), MRCGP exam, DFFP 2009, worked for 12 years in secondary care hospitals in Germany and Britain before transferring to general practice in 2005. Dr Loch joined the practice in 2013.
|Dr Paul REED
||MRCGP joined the practice in March 2014 following 15 years as a GP in York.
|Dr David PEARSON
MA, MBChB, M.Med.Sc., FRCGP, DCCH, MMed Sci, EdD, Qualified 1988 Edinburgh University. Honorary Education and Research Positions at Hull York Medical School. Joined the practice January 2016. GP Trainer, Mentor and Medical Student Tutor.
Hon Professor of Primary Care Education, Hull York Medical School
Advanced Nurse Practitioner
Dip Nursing (Adult) University of Leeds 1994, Post Grad Dip Advanced Practice Leeds Metropolitan University, 2013. He joined the Practice in 2015.
Our Advanced Nurse Practitioner has specific skills in the assessment and treatment of acute illness, both in the surgery or for truly housebound patients via home visits. The ANP will be the first point of contact for acutely ill patients needing an urgent on the day appointment, but will always be fully supported by the duty GP or a patients named GP.
Works alongside the prescription team.
Sister Julie FRANCIS
RGN, Dip Asthma, Dip CHD, Dip COPD, Dip Diabetes, Dip District Nursing, Cert Cytology, Cert Mentorship, Cert Smoke Cessation Advisor,
Sister Francis is the lead nurse and manages the nursing team. She has specialist interest in Diabetes, Respiratory, Coronary Heart Disease, Learning Disabilities, Women's health, Long Term Conditions and Childhood immunisations. She is a qualified mentor for nursing students.
Sister Patricia BIGGER
RGN Dip Asthma, Dip COPD, Dip Diabetes and Cert in Cytology.
Sister Bigger is a Practice nurse with an interest in Hypertension, Chronic Kidney Disease, Women's health, Childhood immunisations, Travel and Long Term Conditions.
Sister Michelle LINDLEY
Michelle has an extensive background in hospital and community nursing, and after initial training, as a senior nurse she will be able to provide a range of support for long term health conditions, including diabetes, heart disease and kidney problems.
Health Care Assistants
Jenny BRIGGS and Natasha GUNNING
With their knowledge and experience our nursing team are able to provide a variety of specialist clinics including diabetes, heart disease, asthma, COPD, ear care and vaccinations (B12, Pneumonia, Flu and Shingles). They work closely with the doctors for the benefit of your health and run a programme of health promotion clinics.
Susanne MILES is our Phlebotomist.
Susanne is our Phlebotomist responsible for taking blood samples and blood pressure checks.
Community Nurse Team
Health Visitors - 01262 400565
This connects you to the community clinic (the Medical Centre) and will usually be answered by the health visitors between 9.00 - 10.00am Monday to Friday. If they are unavailable, a message can be left on their answerphone.Jaime Day is our health visitor and are responsible for the care of the under fives and the elderly.She is based at the Medical Centre, Bridlington.
District Nurses - 01262 423114
This connects you to the Distric Nurses office. They are usually available to take your calls until 4.00pm. Monday to Friday. If they are unavailable, a message can be left on their answerphone.
Manor House Surgery is a Partnership, owner and run by the GP Partners with support from our dedicated and skilled administrative team.
Diane MOYLAN is the practice manager. The practice manager looks after the day to day administration, planning and development of the practice as well as dealing with personnel management and customer service issues. We hope that you will always be satisfied with our service. However, if you have any concerns, comments, suggestions or complaints, the practice manager is your first point of contact. She is also responsible for IT and electronic records and system support.
Debra DEIGHTON is responsible for quality review, audit, summarising and coding.
Debbie WINFIELD and Gillian HIRST are our medical secretaries. Debbie is also responsible for summarising and coding.
Christine WRIGHT, Louise GRIMSON, Elaine HESLOP-MULLENS, Debbie THOMPSON, Katie ROBERTSON, Gail CARR, Chris WHITAKER, HANNAH WILSON and BEN MATTHEWS are our administrative and reception staff. Gillian FANSHAW is based at the Flamborough Surgery.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Manor House Surgery is an educational and training practice approved by Health Education England, Hull & York Medical School and Hull & York Universities. We are involved in supporting the training of GP trainees, medical and nursing students and clinical practitioners.
We welcome your support in the activity. It helps us all ensure the next generation of doctors, nurses and other practitioners is well trained and attracted to work in hard to staff areas such as Bridlington. It also helps bring extra staff and investment into the practice and so directly supports high quality care for our patients.
We were approved as a GP training practice in 2016 and welcomed our first GP Trainee early in 2017. Most GP's in training are with us for six months. They are qualified doctors, already much experience but with us to learn more about a range of conditions and how we treat them in the community.
GP Trainees can see you for any condition, if they are unsure they will have immediate access to supervision from their nominated GP trainer or one of the other GP's. Having GP trainees enables patients to see a wider range of clinicians whilst allowing the surgery to benefit from the fresh ideas and approaches brought by young enthusiastic Doctors.
Manor House Surgery is a teaching partner with Hull York Medical School. We have both Year 3 and Year 4 medical students, attached to the practice for several weeks at a time. With the patient's approval medical students will observe and occasionally lead consultations. They will always be supervised. Appropriate verbal consent from patients will be sought. Medical Students are bound by a professional code of confidentiality.
As a training practice video recordings are sometimes made of consultations. These are made for teaching purposes only, and are only ever made with your consent. You have the right to refuse. However, we would stress that all aspects of General Practice, including training, are governed by rules of strict confidentiality. No examinations are filmed. All recordings are deleted after their use in training. Your cooperation is appreciated.
Contacting your doctor and the clinical team
DOCTORS - 01262 602661
We encourage the use of telephone appointments, both with the GP's, nurses, pharmacist or medical secretaries where appropriate. The reception team will help direct your calls.
APPOINTMENTS - 01262 676543
For doctors and practice nurse appointments.