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."

Pharmacists

Sadia Makhlooq (f)

Sadia is our Practice Pharmacist who comes into surgery on a Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday to complete medication amendments, carry out routine reviews and clinical quality improvement.

Sadia


Sam Haigh (m)

I graduated from Brighton University in 2012 and moved to Wakefield to complete my training where I qualified as a Pharmacist in 2013. I have since worked in a number of different locations and roles including as a locum and a manager of a large multiple pharmacy branch.

I became a PCN Pharmacist in August 2021 and I look forward to developing my knowledge and skills in this new exciting role.

Sam

Saj Shah (m)

I graduated in pharmacy from De Montfort University in 2015 and moved back to Yorkshire to complete my pre-reg training and qualified as a pharmacist the next year.  In my time as a pharmacist I have locumed, managed an independent  and a pharmacy chain branch before deciding to make the transition to the GP sector by becoming a PCN Pharmacist in August 2021.
I am excited to see what the future holds for me in this new chapter.

Saj

Marcelle Jaggar

Pharmacy Technician

After graduating from Chester University with a BaHons degree in Biology and Geography I joined Boots to begin my pharmacy career. I qualified as a Pharmacy Technician in 1993 and since then I have worked to increase my knowledge and experience with patient care at the heart. I am really excited to join the pharmacy team within the PCN and will be working with them to ensure patients get the care and services they need.

Marcelle

Liz Taylor

Pharmacy Technician

I completed my training as a Pharmacy Technician at Bradford College and qualified in 2004. My previous Pharmacy experience has all been Hospital based up until joining the PCN Pharmacy team in March 2022. This is a new and exciting role for me, and I am looking forward to the challenges and experiences it will bring.

Liz

Community Nurses

Jane Herbert (f)

Community Matron

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