Fulwood Staff

General Practitioners

Dr Ajmal Shakoor MBBS, MRCGP (UK)
PgDip (Diabetes)
Post CCT NHS Fellowship
GMC Associate (Examiner)
GP trainer
Dr Luke Parkinson MBChB, MRCGP Male 
Dr Fozia Suleman MBChB 
CCT General Practice 
Dr Dhananjoy Roy BSc (Hons) Professional Practice Male 
Dr Faisal Bhailok Degree of Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery Male 
Dr Syeda Mansur MB BS Female 
Dr Amjad Kapadi MBChB, MRCGP Male 
Dr Lamisha PatelFemale

Clinical team

Clinical Pharmacists 
David Mabaya B.Pharm (Hons),  
MBA (Master of Business Administration 
Independent Pharmacist Prescriber 
ACP (core modules) UOB 
Advanced Clinical Practitioner 
Abdullah Omar Mpharm 
MSc Advanced clinical practice 
Advanced Nurse Practitioners 
Anne-Marie Potter Registered General nurse 
Nurse Independent / Supplementary Prescriber 
Heather Coyne  Dip Paramedic Practice
Evidence Based Practice
BSc Developing Paramedic Practice
Gareth Lloyd-Jones IHCD Paramedic 
Dip HE Paramedic Science 
BSc Hons Paramedic Practice 
Physician Associates 
Deborah Alabi BSc (Hons) Medical and Pharmalogical Sciences 
PGDip Physician Associate Studies 


Advanced Clinical Practitioner
Advanced clinical practitioners come from a range of professional backgrounds such as nursing, pharmacy, paramedics, and occupational therapy.  They are healthcare professionals educated to Master’s level and have developed the skills and knowledge to allow them to take on expanded roles and scope of practice caring for patients. 

Clinical Pharmacists 
Clinical pharmacists work as part of the general practice team to improve value and outcomes from medicines and consult with and treat patients directly. This includes providing extra help to manage long-term conditions, advice for those on multiple medicines and better access to health checks.  Many Clinical Pharmacists can prescribe medicines, but those who can’t work closely with your GP, to ensure the medicines you are prescribed are safe and working well for you. 

Advanced Nurse Practitioners
Nurse Practitioners are trained specialist nurses.  They have undertaken additional medical education to provide advanced nursing care and to prescribe medication.  Nurse Practitioners can provide treatment and advice for many problems for which you may have seen a doctor for in the past.  The nurse practitioners can assess and examine you, make diagnosis and provide advice and treatment including a prescription if required.  They can make referrals to hospital doctors or healthcare professionals and admit patients into hospital when necessary. 

Paramedic In Practice
Paramedics Practitioners work closely with advanced practitioners and GPs to assess and monitor acute and chronic ailments, illnesses, and injuries. 

Physician Associates
Physician Associates (PAs) are trained to work within a defined scope of practice and limits of competence to support the Doctors at the practice.  They can carry out lots of duties such as taking medical history, physical examinations, seeing patients with long term conditions, formulating differential diagnosis and management plans, provide health promotion and disease prevention advice.   

Nursing team

Practice Nurses 
Katie AllisonRegistered Nurse – AdultFemale
Sheila Hodkinson  Registered Adult & Children’s Nurse
Nurse Independent Prescriber
Lesley Park Registered General nurse 
Registered midwife 
Community specialist nurse practitioner 
Emma ParkerRegistered Nurse – AdultFemale
Sarah Robinson Adult Nurse Female 
Nurse Associate 
Louise Bayley Nursing Associate Female 
Healthcare Assistants 
Anthi Chondrothanasi  Doctor – Medic Qualification at University of Medicine & Pharmacy in Timisoara RomaniaFemale 
Marion Hunt  Level 2 Healthcare AssistantFemale 
Faria Karim  Female 
Trainee Healthcare Assistant 
Kelly Bradshaw  Female 

Attached staff

Mental Health Practitioner 
Rochelle Bowes Female 
Children & Young Person’s Mental Health Practitioner
Heather BaintonFemale
Social Prescribers 
Nadia BegumFemale 
Adele HoughtonFemale
Christopher JonesMale

Mental Health Practitioner  
Mental Health Practitioners contribute to the NHS Long Term Plan to support adults and older adults with severe mental illnesses to live well in their communities.  Mental Health Practitioners are based within GP surgeries or neighbourhood settings, to support people with complex mental health needs and act as a ‘bridge’ between primary are and specialist mental health services. 

Children & Young Person’s Mental Health Practitioner
Children and young people’s wellbeing practitioners (CWPs) assess and support children and young people with mental health problems, improving their access to therapies.

Social Prescribers
Social prescribing is a key component of Universal Personalised Care.  It is an approach that connects people to activities, groups, and services in their community to meet the practical, social, and emotional needs that affect their health and wellbeing. 

Practice staff

Quality Assurance Manager – Ann-Marie Donaldson Nixon
Business Manager – Brenda Vernon
Operations Manager – Stephanie Nixon 
Office Manager – Sharron
Reception Supervisor – Charlotte / Kim


Reception & Admin Team 
The reception and administration team are key members of the primary health care team providing a point of contact for patients and act as a focal point of communication between patients, doctors, and other medical staff