Our Staff

Doctors

DR NEVILLE SELBY

DR FIRAS WATFEH

DR EMMA HERN

DR CAROLINE LUKODA

DR SRIYANGIKA RATNAYAKE

Nurse Practitioners

Dawn (Nurse Practitioner) and Claire (Nurse Prescriber)

Nurses

We are fortunate enough to have a fantastic, highly skilled and professional nursing team at Haverhill Family Practice, many of whom have been with us for many years. We work as a team and support one another, with joint educational meetings and joint working for things like minor surgery and coil fittings. The team is made up of Nina (Lead Nurse, specialising in respiratory), Sibelle (specialising in CHD and travel) and Pippa (with a wide variety of specialities and QOF management).

Health Practitioners

Health Practitioners/ECPs (Emergency Care Practitioners) are health practitioners trained in acute and minor illnesses but not mental health issues. They are able to request investigations i.e. blood tests/x-rays, refer patients to hospital as appropriate.

JOHN CADE

PIERS FULLER

Healthcare Assistants

Healthcare assistants offer health checks, new patient checks, and blood tests and assist the doctors with minor surgery. Appointments are available every weekday, although the last collection of samples from the surgery to the West Suffolk labs for analysis is around 3.30pm, therefore, blood tests are generally done before this time. The team consists of Teresa, Caroline and Rachel.

Practice Management

Our management team manage the day to day running of the practice, dealing with financial matters, quality of care issues, the PCT, patient registration matters and staff management, which doesn't describe the half of it! They support us in offering the best care we can. The team consists of Melanie (HR Manager), Julie (Business Manager), Rachel (IT / Audit Manager).

Administration

Marisa, Amanda, Sandra, Carol R, Carol M, Tracey.

Reception

Zoe, Bev, Jenny, Julie C, Rachel L, Katy, Caroline, Carol M, Joanne, Karen, Simone, Emily, Lucy, Kirsten, Debbie, Kimberly.

Secretaries

Carolyn.

Community Nurses

Our District Nurses are based in the surgery building. District nurses offer a range of care in the community including post-operative care, leg ulcer care, catheter care and palliative care in terminal illness. Generally speaking, the district nursing service is provided for those who are truly housebound.They have a heavy caseload so if you are able to come down to the surgery, we would appreciate it if you book an appointment with the practice nurse. We are lucky to have a marvellous team working with us. The district nurses can be contacted directly on, 01440 710036.

Health Visitors

Our Health Visitors run baby clinics in the Old Health Centre across the road from the Surgery. Health visitors mainly work with families with children under five years old, offering support and advice on feeding, sleeping, growth and development, and offering help for new mums and families in need of support.