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Meet The Kirkburton Health Centre Team

"Our aim is to work in partnership with our patients and staff to provide a safe effective, caring and responsive service for our community. Taking pride in making a positive difference in people's lives, by enhancing the local services made available to them in a well-led forward-thinking organisation."

Doctors

Dr M Wallwork (m)

Senior GP Partner
MBChB University of Leeds 1987, MRCGP DRCOG

I came to Yorkshire in 1982 to study medicine at Leeds University and then trained to become a GP in Huddersfield.  I joined Kirkburton Surgery in 2003 I have been a gp trainer for 11 yrs but plan to concentrate my skills with first and second year medical students from August 2015 . I have more recently been a co-opted member of the Greater Huddersfield CCG looking at community service provision. I am the safe guarding lead at our surgery. I feel very fortunate to work along side such a committed and professional team.

Dr G Lane (m)

GP Partner
MBCHB University of Leeds 2009, MRCGP, PGCE

I qualified as a Doctor in 2009 from the University of Leeds, completing my GP training in Calderdale and Huddersfield in 2014. Following the completion of my training, I felt honoured to be offered a position at Kirburton Health Centre in September 2014. I have recently completed the Post Graduate Certificate in GP education (PGCE) becoming a GP trainer in February 2017.

I am the Diabetic lead for the practice, in addition to being the assigned Caldicott Guardian.

My Clinical Interests include: Joint injections. Ear, nose and throat problems. Diabetes care.

 

Dr B Waller (f)

GP Partner
MBBS University of Newcastle Upon Tyne 2006, BMedSci (Hons), MRCGP, DRCOG, DFSRH, PGCE

After graduating from medical school in 2006 I returned to Huddersfield to complete my GP training. During this time I worked at Kirkburton as a registrar, and then spent 3 years working as a GP in Halifax. I was delighted to be invited to return to Kirkburton in 2015. I am a GP trainer within the Practice. I enjoy the variety which General Practice presents, however my particular clinical interests are contraceptive and sexual health, woman and children's health. I am trained to fit and remove contraceptive implants and coils.

Clinical Interests: Contraception, Sexual Health, Women and children's Health.

Dr E Travers (f)

GP Partner

We welcome Dr E Travers as the newest member of our team. Dr Travers will be working on a Monday morning, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Dr Travers will be the Minor Surgery lead at our practice going forward. More information to follow soon...

Dr L Clark (f)

General Practitioner
MBCHB, BSc University of St Andrews and Manchester 2007, MRCGP, DRCOG

I trained to be a Doctor at St Andrews and Manchester Universities, qualifiying in 2007. Having moved to Honley as a young girl, I returned home after my university education to start my post graduate training in Huddersfield, Calderdale and Bradford. I live in the area with my husband and young son and it is for this reason I was so very pleased to be invited to work at Kirkburton Health Centre with a brilliant team of clinical and clerical staff. My role here is that of a salaried GP, working within the team to provide all round care for our patients. I hope to remain for many years to come.

 

Dr R Hamilton (f)

General Practitioner

We welcome Dr Hamilton to our team. Dr Hamilton works 3 days a week (Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday). Further information to follow

 

Dr S Beaumont (f)

GP Registrar

We are a training practice, as such you may be offered an appointment to see a GP Registrar. They are fully qualified Doctors, who will have experience in several hospital specialities, but may be relatively new to General Practice.

These qualified Doctors are attached to our practice for a period of 6 to 12 months. Part of their training includes consultation skills, so they may occasionally video consultations, or you may find the GP Trainer in the consultation with them if they are undertaking joint clinics. You will be informed if the Doctor is videoing their consultation and your consent obtained beforehand

We welcome Dr S Beaumont as our GP Registrar from February 2017 to February 2018

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