Our Staff

Doctors

Dr Jacqueline Over

MB BCh Wales 1989 MRCGP DCH

Jackie became a partner in the practice in 1995. She trained at the University of Wales College of Medicine and completed her GP training in South Wales and Bermuda. Her interests are family planning, gynaecology, asthma and palliative care. Jackie works part-time and is available in the practice on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays. Jackie is a trainer, and looks after registrars.

Dr Julian Barber

MB BS MRCP MRCGP

Jules joined the practice in 2009. He qualified from University College London in 1998. He has spent time working as a GP in Hampshire and Devon, and several years working in hospital medicine in the West Country and New Zealand. His interests are kidney medicine, high blood pressure and diabetes. Jules is a trainer, and looks after registrars.

Dr Emma Bowen Simpkins

MB BCh Wales 1993 DRCOG DFFP MRCGP

Emma qualified in 1993 in Wales, and in addition to her hospital training has worked as a GP in Hong Kong. Her areas of special expertise are Family Planning, Gynaecology, Menopause, and Child & Family Mental Health. Emma is a trainer, and looks after registrars.

Dr Matthew de Quincey

BA MB ChB Cambridge 1989 DRCOG DCCH MRCGP

Matt joined the practice in 1997. He did the first half of his medicine at King’s, Cambridge, but escaped to graduate in History of Modern Philosophy and Ethics; then doing the second half (his clinical training) in Edinburgh, and qualified in 1989.He is interested in combining his rigorous old-style medical learning with his philosophical interests, in pluralism and narrative medicine, and what it is to be a generalist in medicine. Matt is also an educational supervisor for F2 doctors.

Dr Alexander Goodman

MBBS BSc (Hons) MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH

Alexander joined the Practice in August 2017. He graduated from Kings College London School of Medicine in 2008. He worked for a number of years in Obstetrics and Gynaecology before commencing GP training in Hampshire. Alexander’s interests include women’s health and mental health. Alexander is an GP trainer, and looks after registrars. His working days are Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Dr Goodman is also the Caldicott Guardian for Chawton Park Surgery.

Dr Julia Hopkins

MRCGP DRCOG BA

Julia qualified from Birmingham University in 1986. She has been working as a GP in and around Basingstoke for the last fourteen years. She joined the practice in October 2018. Dr Hopkins will be working Wednesday and Thursday morning.

Dr Pippa Sealy

Dr Sealy joined the Practice in June 2020. Dr Sealy is a retainer GP and will work Monday and Tuesdays.

Dr Hannah O'Riordan

Dr O'Riordan joined the Practice in January 2021 as a salaried GP. Hannah works all day Tuesday and Wednesday.

Dr Annabel Freeborough

Dr Annabel Freeborough is supporting the Practice as a locum

GP Registrars

The practice has been selected to train hospital doctors in the skills of General practice. The Registrars come to us after having completed a minimum of three years in hospital specialities. Nowadays many of them have a significant amount of experience and have developed areas of expertise. In order to set out on a career path in General practice they must spend a year in a training practice such as ours.

Dr John Krentz

(ST3) joined the team in August 2021 and will be with us until July 2022. Dr Krentz is under the supervision of Dr Jackie Over.

Dr Chris Wilcox

(ST3) joined the team in August 2021 and will be with us until July 2023 and is under the supervision of Dr Alexander Goodman.

Dr Zain Haider

(ST1) joined the team in February 2021 and will be with us until February 2022. Dr Haider is under the supervision of Dr Emma Bowen-Simpkins.

Dr Rebecca Fisher

(ST1) joined the team in February 2021 and will be with us until February 2022. Dr Fisher is under the supervision of Dr Jackie Over.

Dr Mansour Ahmed

(ST3) joined the tem in March 2021 and is under the supervision of Dr Julian Barber.

Dr Thomas Durham

(F2) Joined the team on August 2021 and will be with us until December 2021. Dr Durham will be under the supervision of Dr Matt de Quincey.

Nurses

Caroline Appleby

Along with day to day nursing clinics Caroline also manages the care of our diabetic patients.

Jane Brown

SRN

Jane leads our practice nurses team. She looks after the hypertension and baby immunization clinics, and also has a special interest in the asthma clinic, coronary obstructive pulmonary disease and research. Jane also has a minor aliments clinic which runs daily, Jane is also able to prescribe.

Sarah Marks

SRN

Sarah's particular interest is in the management of our travel vaccine advice, baby immunisations, chronic kidney disease and minor aliments. Sarah is also research trained.

Lina Porter

Along with day to day nursing clinics, Lina reviews patients for asthma reviews, completes smear tests and administers baby immunisations.

Sharon Knight

Sharon is our Pro-Active Care Nurse. Sharon comes with an acute care background as a coronary care sister and with management experience in general, cardio and endocrine medicine. Sharon has also been a sister at Alton Community Hospital as well as a senior matron and clinical lead in community services. She spent two years as a clinical quality manager at North East Hampshire and Farnham CCG. She works full time across the PCN seeing patients in practice and on home visits.

Healthcare Assistants

Angela Wilmshurst

Angela can perform blood tests, blood pressures, ECGs, 24 hour BP monitoring, phlebotomy, dressings, flu vaccinations and assist with minor ops. Angela is also research trained.

Lisa Davey

Lisa can perform blood tests, blood pressures, ECGs, dressings, 24 hour BP monitoring, flu vaccinations, B12 Vitamin injections, pneumococcal vaccinations, phlebotomy, spirometries and assists with minor ops. Lisa is also research trained.

Phlebotomists

Sam Watts

Rosemary Walters

Health Practitioners

Fiona is our First Contact Physiotherapist and is based with the Practice. She is a highly skilled Physiotherapist who is able to see patients who have muscle and joint problems. This is a triage service. Fiona is able to advise on exercise and if she has any queries will work closely with the GP Team. Fiona is also able to refer on to appropriate services, if needed. Fiona is one of three First Contact Physiotherapists that work across the A31 Group of Practices offering physiotherapist triage service. Appointments are available via the reception team and Chawton Park Surgery and The Wilson Practice.

Practice Management

Nicky Wornell

Managing Partner

Our Managing Partner will be able to help you with any non medical or administrative aspects of the practice. She is also available to discuss your suggestions or any problems you may have in relationship to the surgery.

Anthony Williams

Deputy Practice Manager

Anthony is responsible for the over site of the day to day running of the daily tasks of the Practice.

Sarah Brown

Patient Co-ordinator Manager

Sarah oversees the smooth running of our Patient Co-ordinator team and appointment system.

Administration

Nikki George

Prescriptions Manager

Nikki manages all the prescription generation and prescription queries for the practice.

Stacie Lee

Data Administrator

Patient Co-Ordinators

Patient Co-Ordinators provide an important link for patients with the practice and are your initial contact point for general enquiries. They can provide basic information on services and results and direct you to the right person depending on your health issue or query. Patient Co-Ordinators make most of the patient appointments with the GPs and nurses. They also perform other important tasks such as issuing repeat prescriptions and dealing with prescription enquiries, dealing with financial claims, dealing with patient records and carrying out searches and practice audits. The team comprises; Amanda, Sam, Ewa (speaks Polish and Russian) , Rosemary, Charlotte, Kim Abbie, Lucia and Debs

Pharmacists

Our pharmacist Carol is an independent Prescriber and is working across the A31 group of Practices. Carol is happy to see patients for medication reviews, high blood pressure reviews and monitoring and to review patients taking or needing to start medications with regards to lowering their cholesterol. Appointments are available via the reception team or online.

Community Midwives

Our midwife Judy is attached to the practice and can be reached via the practice, or by contacting the Labour Ward at North Hampshire Hospital, Aldermaston Road, Basingstoke RG24 9NA. • Tel: 01256 313321 / 473202 • Fax: 01256 313098

Community Nurses

There is a community nursing team that works in the community. They are responsible for nursing care in the community. Special leg ulcer clinics are provided by the nursing team on a Thursday morning, based at Alton Community Hospital.

Health Visitors

Health visitors are registered nurses with additional community training. The aim of the health visiting service is to improve the health of the population it works within. The focus of our work is with families with children of pre-school age. We can be contacted via the surgery, and can discuss issues within the clinic or at home. A qualified nursery nurse has recently joined the team and assists us in our work. The health visitors run a baby clinic on 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month in the morning (09:30 - 10:30), and are available to advise on a whole range of issues about your children's wellbeing - from diet and sleep problems through to potty-training. Feel free to contact them directly if you think they can help on 0300 121 1575.

Secretaries

Our secretarial team work very closely together and manage the administration of all referral and patient letters. If you have any queries they can be contacted via the reception team. The secretarial team comprises; Debbie (Senior Secretary), Megan and Jane.