Fallodon Way Medical Centre, 13 Fallodon Way, Bristol, BS9 4HTTel: 0117 962 4692
Qualifications: MBChB DRCOG MRCGP
Qualified: Manchester 1982
GMC Number: 2617004
Dr Farnall has been with the practice since June 1987. Her main interests are Care of the Elderly, complex medical problems and Dermatology. She has three teenage daughters in the latter stages of education. Her main interests out of work are music, singing and walking in the hills and mountains, when time allows.
Qualified: Bristol 1995
GMC No: 4188032
Dr Smith has lived, studied and worked in Bristol since 1990. He has particular interests in Men’s Health, Paediatrics and Cardiology and is the prescribing lead for the practice. He spends his spare time with his children and his bicycles.
Qualifications: MBChB DCH DRCOG MRCGP Dip Sports Med
Qualified: Bristol 1988
GMC No: 3194670
Dr Stainer completed both his undergraduate and postgraduate GP training in Bristol. He developed a particular interest in minor surgical procedures following a year in Queensland, Australia in the early 1990s. He provides a vasectomy service and performs minor skin surgery at the practice. He has a long-standing interest in Sports and Exercise Medicine having studied at Loughborough University prior to his medical degree. He completed the Bath University post graduate diploma in Sports and Exercise Medicine in 2003.
Qualifications: MBBS MRCGP
Qualified: London 1998
GMC Number: 4554510
Dr Chapman recently joined the practice, having trained and worked as a GP elsewhere in Bristol for 8 years. With 3 young children at home, her travelling, motorbiking, skiing and skuba-diving activities have been curtailed somewhat but she still enjoys the great outdoors, even it it's just keeping the weeds under control in the garden.
Qualifications: MBChB MRCGP BSc
GMC Number: 6076932
Dr Goddard joined us in May 2016, having previously worked here occasionally as a locum.
Qualifications: MBChB MRCGP DRCOG
Qualified: Birmingham 1999
GMC Number: 4607384
Dr Janssen also started here in September 2014 and has special interests in Paediatrics and Women's Health. She is married with 3 small children who keep her busy but she enjoys walking, cycling and cooking with her family. She also does regular sessions for BRISDOC, the out-of-hours provider.
GMC Number: 6156564
Dr Kuur is our newest doctor. She joined us in November 2016, having previously worked here as a Year 3 Specialist Trainee.
Registered Nurse qualified 1980’s UBHT. Sue is the lead nurse for the practice. She has Diplomas in coronary heart disease, family planning, diabetes and asthma. Other areas of interest are smoking cessation, blood pressure monitoring, wound care and travel consultations.
Registered Nurse-Adult branch 2009. She qualified at Oxford Brookes University, where she developed a particular interest in tissue viability. Post-qualifying, she has worked in a busy respiratory ward and most recently in a community hospital. Emma joined the team in July 2012.
Qualified 1980 UBHT. Has a interest in diabetes, contraception and coronary Heart disease. Other areas of interest are wound care and travel. Rosie joined the team at the end of 2015.
Patient health checks, phlebotomy, blood pressure checks, ear syringing, ECGs, hosiery change, smoking cessation, stitch and clip removal, some wound care and assists the GP’s fitting coils.
Leigh oversees the day to day running of the surgery.
If you have comments, questions or concerns about how Fallodon Way Medical Centre provides its services, please contact:
Practice Manager, Fallodon Way Medical Centre, 13 Fallodon Way, Henleaze BS9 4HT
Tel: 0117 962 4692
Management Support Assistant
This dedicated team works on the front line as well as behind the scenes, giving administrative assistance to their clinical colleagues, with the support from the practice apprentice Georgie, helping to ensure that the surgery runs as smoothly as possible.
A newly appointed position, the Care Coordinator works closely wth the GPs, Community Staff, Hospitals and the Volunteer Sector to look at ways of reducing hospital admissions and facilitate smooth discharge if hospital has been unavoidable. Focussed on patients aged over 75, the aim is to help patients continue living safely and independently in their own homes.
Senior Practice Pharmacist
The practice now has a senior pharmacist - Graham comes to Fallodon way surgery with 10 years experience of community pharmacy. Following this he has also worked in many different surgeries as a Primary Care pharmacist for the last few years dealing with patient and health professional medicines queries, improving medicines management and repeat prescription ordering processes. Graham's current role in the surgery is to help patients with medicines queries, ensuring data flows in and out of the surgery efficiently, including facilitating the hospital discharge process. He is also about to start osteoporosis clinics, reducing risk of further fractures in such patients and ensuring they are taking the correct treatment. His extended role as an independent prescriber reduces workload for GP’s and also improves access for advice for patients at this surgery and their ability to access medication they need.
The practice has 2 visiting pharmacists – Alison Alvey and Juliet Doyle. They are both highly experienced and are able to offer detailed advice on all aspects of medication use, including what your tablets are for and how to best to take them. They are both available for face to face consultations (on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings respectively). If you have any questions or concerns about your medication you can book an appointment with them directly by calling reception. We also encourage all patients who have recently been in hospital, and whose medication has changed as a result, to see the pharmacists to discuss the changes.
The midwives are based at Southmead Health Centre Community Department (tel : 0117 950 7000).
The District Nurses are based at Southmead Health Centre Community Department (tel : 0117 950 7000). A dedicated team with a broad skill mix, they offer nursing services to all truly housebound patients
Housebound patients with complex medical problems who require regular monitoring and assessment are seen by a member of this team, which works closely with our GPs and other organisations with the aim of enabling patients to remain living safely in their own home whenever possible.
The health visiting team is also based at Southmead Health Centre Community Department (tel : 0117 950 7000), and comprises Health Visitors and Nursery Nurses, working to meet the needs of preschool children and their parents. They have a regular clinic at the Reedley Road Baptist Church on Tuesday 1.30-2.15. They are the first port of call for advice on feeding and sleep issues and can be contacted directly.
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