Meet the Team

The Partners

Dr Shon Phillips*
MBBCh (Wales), MRCGP, DFFP
Male
Full time
(1992)

Dr Kerry Pearce
MBBCh (Wales), DCH, MRCGP
Female

Part time

(2009)

Dr Nicholas P R Travaglia
MBChB (Auckland NZ), MRCGP, MSc (Sport/Ex Med), MFSEM (UK), DRCOG, DFFP
Male
Full time

(1993) 

Dr Huw Roderick
MBChB (Birmingham), MRCGP
Male

Part time

(2012)

Dr Thomas W Burton
MBBCh (Wales), MRCGP
Male

Part Time

(2008)

*Mae Dr Phillips, Dr Wood yn siarad Cymraeg.
Date in brackets – year of registration. 

We are a training practice, which means we have fully qualified doctors attached to us for further training in General Practice. The practice also teaches undergraduate Medical Students. Patients are informed if a medical student will be present during a consultation.


Salaried GPs 

Dr Caryl Wood*

MBBCh (Wales), MRCGP
Female

Part time

(2013)

Dr Kathryn Huges
MBBCh (Wales), DCH, DFFP, MRCGP, PCME, Dip Epi, PhD
Female

Part time

(1998)

Our Practice Team

Mr Alistair Brook
Practice Manager

Oversees the administration of the Practice. His job is to ensure the smooth running of the Practice, and he would value any comments you may have which could improve the service we offer you.

Administrators

There are 11 administrators, led by the Office Manager receive telephone calls, make appointments and assist the doctors in all aspects of administration.


Nursing and Attached Staff

Nurses
There are two Practice Nurses and a Health Care Assistant, who cover all our nursing procedures, minor illness, travel clinics and provide health promotion advice.

Helen Sinsbury

Senior Practice Nurse

BSc (Hons), RGN (1996)

Sr Melanie Campbell

Practice Nurse

RGN RSCN (1987)

Mrs Karen Coneybeer

Health Care Assistant

Health Visitors, District Nurses and Midwives
Are attached to the Practice and can be contacted through the Health Centre.

Wellbeing 4U
The Health Centre has a team from Wellbeing 4U attached to it. Patients are able to self refer via forms available from reception or can be referred by a GP. Wellbeing 4U can provide advice about non-medical issues such as benefits and housing, and provide activities such as walking groups and stress management courses.

Mental Health Liaison Service
Deal with all types of mental health issues.  Patients can self refer via reception without needing to see a GP first.

Physiotherapy first point of contact
Deals muscular and skeletal issues prior to being referred into the physiotherapy service where necessary. Patients can self refer via reception without needing to see a GP first.