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."


Dr G Lane (m)

GP Partner

MBCHB University of Leeds 2009, MRCGP, PGCME

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 Kirkburton 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 G Lane

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 have been a GP trainer since the completion of my Postgraduate Certificate in Primary Care Education (PGCE) in 2015. When I am not working at the practice I work as one of the Training Programme Directors for the local GP training scheme.

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.

Dr B Waller

Dr R Schatzberger (f)

GP Partner


After qualifying as a doctor from the University of Leicester, I moved back to my home town of Sheffield in 2009 where I undertook postgraduate training in general medicine. Having initially sub-specialised in genitourinary medicine and gained membership of the Royal College of Physicians in 2013, I decided to switch to general practice, and completed my training in 2019. I am delighted to have been given the opportunity to join the staff at Kirkburton Health Centre, and look forward to developing a special interest in contraception, and teaching the medical students attached to the practice.

Dr R Schatzberger

Dr R Hamilton (f)

General Practicioner

I graduated from Newcastle upon Tyne Medical School in 1991. I worked in and around Newcastle working in both General Practice and Accident & Emergency Department for many years where I provided a GP service to A&E patients and also had a role training Nurse practitioners in A&E and 3 local Walk-in Centres. I also worked one session a week in the Children's Accident & Emergency Department. I relocated to Yorkshire in 2015 and initially worked as a locum in and around Huddersfield & Leeds. I am now happy to be permanently based in Kirkburton where I work as a salaried GP.

Dr R Hamilton

Dr S Ahmed (f)

I qualified as a doctor in 2008 and moved to Huddersfield in 2016 to undertake my GP training in Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust. I did part of my training at Kirkburton Health Centre in 2018 and was delighted to be invited back as a salaried GP. My working days are Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. Prior to General Practice, I worked as a speciality doctor in Emergency Medicine in East Kent. I have a special interest in minor surgery and palliative care and I hope to build on my experience in this area.

Dr S Ahmed

Dr A Alam (f)

I qualified as a doctor in 2014 from Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry. I completed my foundation training in Blackburn and Burnley. I then moved to Huddersfield and started my GP training in Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust. I am currently in my last year of training and will be at the practice until April 2022.

Dr L Lau (m)

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