Meet the Team

The Alconbury & Brampton Surgeries are a team of highly skilled Healthcare Professionals, including Doctors, Nurses, Health & Wellbeing Coaches and many more.

More information on the wide range of roles available in General Practice can be found here.

Our Doctors

Dr Duncan Rea (m)

BM BCh (1992) Oxford MA MRCGP DRCOG

Dr Rea has been a partner with the Practice since 1997 and became the Senior Partner in 2019.
Dr Rea works across both surgeries Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Dr Duncan Peter Outram (m)

MB BChir (1994) Cambridge MA MRCGP DRCOG DFFP

Dr Outram has been a partner with the Practice since 1999.
Dr Outram works across both surgeries Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,Thursday

Dr Malav Bhimpuria (m)

MB BS (1999) London BSc FRCGP DCH DRCOG PC Med Ed. 

Dr Bhimpuria has been a partner with the Practice since 2004. Dr Bhimpuria works across both surgeries Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday.
Dr Bhimpuria also leads for Older People’s Mental Health for the CCG.

Dr Saket Patel (m)

M.D (2006) Univerzity Karlovy,  MRCGP , PG Cert Med Ed

Dr Patel has been a partner in the Practice since December 2017 having previously been a GP with the practice since 2013. 
Dr Patel works across both surgeries Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Dr Luke Thompson (m)

MBChB 2012 Bristol MRCGP

Dr Thompson has been a partner with the Practice since March 2023 having previously been a GP with the practice since 2017. 
Dr Thompson works across both surgeries: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

Dr Sarah Leonard (f)

MBBS (1993) London DFFP.

Dr Leonard has been a GP with the Practice since 2003. 
Dr Leonard is based at Brampton Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

Dr Elena Kiseleva (f)

MBBCH(vrach), PhD, MRCGP(2019), DFSRH

Dr Kiseleva has been a GP with the Practice since 2019. 
Dr Kiseleva is based at Brampton Surgery and works Monday, Wednesday and Thursday

Dr Camilla Tilbury (f)


Dr Tilbury has been at the Practice since January 2021. 
Dr Tilbury is based at Alconbury Surgery Monday and Thursday. 
Dr Tilbury has an interest in women’s Health and Medical Education

Dr Friya Bhatti (f)

Dr Bhatti is a retained GP and works at Brampton on Monday morning and Thursday morning

Dr Hannah Ward (f)

MBBS (2016) St Georges University of London

Dr Ward has been a GP with the practice since 2021.  Dr Ward is based at Alconbury and works Monday and Thursday

Dr Sarah-jayne Pollock (f)

MBBS (2011) London BSc MRC GP.

Dr Pollock has been a GP with the Practice since 2020.  Dr Pollock works across both surgeries Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday

Dr Morteza Mirab (m)

Dr Mirab has been a GP with the practice since 2022.  Dr Mirab is based at Brampton and works Tuesdays and Fridays

Dr Priya Verma (f)

Dr Verma has been a GP with the practice since 2023.  Dr Verma
is based at Brampton and works Monday and Wednesday

Our GP Registrar’s

Dr Mohammed Abulkheir (m)

GP Registrar

Dr Usman Hanif

GP Registrar

Dr Sri Harsha Edara (m)

GP Registrar

Dr Michael Nagieb (m)

GP Registrar

Dr Fatima Funmilola Abdullah-Enifeni (f)

GP Registrar

Dr Shahafaz Ibi (m)

GP Registrar

Our Practice Paramedics

Practice paramedics are trained to deal with minor illnesses and are available for on the day emergency appointments. They are also working in the community carrying out home visits and working in our local care homes supporting our patients. 

Lisa-Marie Latham (f)


Alison Nicholson (f)


Our Nursing Team


Practice nurses are qualified and registered nurses. They can help with health issues such as family planning, healthy living advice, blood pressure checks and dressings. The practice nurses run clinics for long-term health conditions such as asthma or diabetes, minor ailment clinics and carry out cervical smears.

Nurse Marie Fisher (f)

Nursing Lead

Nurse Shelley Heeley (f)

RGN, Diabetes Diploma

Nurse Carolyn Stevens (f)

Brampton RGN

Nurse Lorraine Quantrell (f)


Nurse Katie Hagger (f)


Nurse Emily Pratt (f)


Nurse Hannah Gallucci (f)


Nurse Angela Moore (f)

Nurse, Dementia specialist

Our Healthcare Assistants

Healthcare Assistants

Healthcare assistants support practice nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as phlebotomy (drawing blood), blood pressure measurement and new patient checks. They may act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor requests one.

Alyssa (f)

Alconbury HCA NVQ L3 BTEC

Elaine M (f)

Healthcare Assistant

Kirsten (f)

Healthcare Assistant

Tereasa (f)


Juliet Bowd (f)

Healthcare Assistant

Our Dispensing Team

Our Dispensing Team

Gaye (f)

Dispensary Supervisor

Paula (f)


Hannah J (f)


Zora (f)


Luke (m)

Dispensary Assistant

Karen (f)

Dispensary Assistant

Our Practice Team

Our Management Team

Practice Management

The practice manager is involved in managing all of the business aspects of the practice such as making sure that the right systems are in place to provide a high quality of patient care, human resources, finance, patient safety, premises and equipment and information technology. The practice manager supports the GPs and other medical professionals with delivering patient services and also helps to develop extended services to enhance patient care.

Melanie Gearing

Practice Manager Bsc DPCM

Jo-Anne Johnson

Deputy Practice Manager


Management Assistant including Finance

Our Administration Team

Alison P



Notes Summariser



Our Reception Team


Receptionists provide an important link for patients with the practice and are your initial contact point for general enquiries. They can provide basic information on services and results and direct you to the right person depending on your health issue or query. Receptionists make most of the patient appointments with the GPs and nurses. They also perform other important tasks such as issuing repeat prescriptions and dealing with prescription enquiries, dealing with financial claims, dealing with patient records and carrying out searches and practice audits.

Juliet (Supervisor)
Alison K
Annerley (Supervisor)

Our Secretaries









Our Healthcare Team

Community Nurses

Community nurses are responsible for offering complex care and advice to some of the most vulnerable patients in communities. They look after people with long-term health conditions, physical disabilities and terminal illnesses, as well as those who are temporarily incapacitated or who have just left inpatient care. 

Zoe Furness

Community Nurse

Mary Pickford

Community Nurse

Community Midwives

Provide antenatal care to expectant mums to ensure the wellbeing of both mum and baby. If an expectant mum chooses to deliver her baby at home she will be looked after by a community midwife.

Community midwives also provide postnatal care and offer valuable support including infant feeding. They work in partnership with other agencies such as Health Visitors, Children’s Centres and many other services to provide care and support in a variety of settings.

Charlotte Woodgate (f)

Community Midwife

Fia Hull (f)

Community Midwife

Health Visitors

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.

Sara Shillington

Health Visitor

Our Primary Care Network (PCN) Attached Staff


Patrick Essiaw

PCN Clinical Pharmacist

Mel Page

PCN Pharmacy Technician

You don’t always need to see a GP…

Our Clinical Pharmacist Patrick or Pharmacy technician Mel may be able to help you.

As a clinical pharmacist Patrick has extensive training and knowledge about how medications work in the body.

Our pharmacists may contact you to review your medications, offer alternatives and deal with supplier shortages.

They can help with queries relating to:

  • Medication reviews
  • Medication queries
  • Repeat prescriptions
  • Advice about minor ailments
  • And much more…

If you have a long term condition and a medication query they may also be able to help.

Patrick is also currently supporting us by conducting our asthma reviews.


Simon Margot

PCN Physiotherapist

A physiotherapist, or physical therapist, works with patients to help them manage pain, balance, mobility, and motor function issues. They work with patients to develop tailored programs, designed to restore as much as possible their functional ability and movement. They are trained to help patients at all stages of life – from infant to old age- whose function and movement are impacted for whatever reason.

Our first Contact Physiotherapist is Simon Margot, Simon can help with the assessment, diagnosis and management options for patients who have a new muscle or joint problem and ongoing physiotherapy care.

You can book a direct face to face patient with Simon via reception or online

Simon will see you for new muscle & joint problems without seeing a GP first, he can also arrange pain medication & onward treatment if needed.

Simon has appointments on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Health & Wellbeing Coach (HWC)

Gary Heath

PCN Health and Wellbeing Coach

Naomi Gollins

PCN Health and Wellbeing Coach

HWC support patients to take pro-active steps to improve the way they manage their physical & mental health conditions, based on what matters to them.

HWC do this by motivating patients to achieve their personalised health objectives. We have a number of ways in which we work. Patients can have 1:1 sessions in their home with a personalised plan, including exercise to suit their needs. We also offer our gym where patients can come in groups of ten to take part in a twelve week plan.

Our Gym is called “Gym & Tonic & at present we offer two types of class. Firstly we have a class based around circuit exercises, this allows all types of patients to join in as adaptions can be made to each exercise to suit the individual. Our oldest patient is 83 & we have people with COPD, diabetes, asthma & obesity who attend. Our second class is beginners Pilates, again this suits all ages & abilities.

Our home based classes are often for the elderly who may need more chair based exercise or for those that may not have the time to attend a class. We have found with many of our elderly patients the COVID crisis has left then very week from lack of movement, being confined to their house, muscle tone & strength has greatly reduced a great deal.

We also work with other agencies where we feel patients may benefit from a more specific skilled approach, such as diabetes classes. We can also refer to larger gym facilities for those that can afford this. We have access to many free class sessions for all ages which we are able to refer to.

Generally we have up to 50 patient’s active at any time, we also have input to the frailty team & patients who Social Prescribers may be working with. Anxiety & loneliness have been major factors from COVID & we are helping patients to become part of the community again, while improving their physical & mental wellbeing.

Social Prescriber

Sallie Cochrane

PCN Social Prescriber

A social prescriber is a link worker who empowers people to take control of their health and wellbeing. They do this through giving their time to help focus on what matters to me and taking a holistic approach to achieve an acceptable outcome using SMART goals. They work to connect people to community groups and services for practical and emotional support.

Care Co-Ordinators

Rachael Skelly

PCN Care Co-Ordinator

A Care Coordinator, or Patient Care Coordinator works with both patients and Healthcare Professionals to ensure seamless, organised and effective care. Their primary duties include rearranging care plans when problems arise, visiting patients to monitor the care provided and working with the care team to assess the treatment.

Community Paramedics

A paramedic is a registered healthcare professional who works autonomously across a range of health and care settings. They can provide an immediate response to emergency calls that can be both traumatic and medical in origin, as well as respond to GP referrals and 111 calls.

Alison Nicholson

PCN Paramedic