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The Practice Team

We are all here to help you and make your experience at the Practice as welcoming as possible. The GPs, Nurses, HCAs, Practice Manager, Administrators, Receptionists, Cleaners and every other professional working at the practice work together as a team to ensure we deliver high quality care to our registered patients. We operate a Zero Tolerance Policy for our patients and staff and anyone failing to adhere to this policy will lead to prosecution.

Doctors Average Pay

We're now required to publish details of our doctors' average pay.

The average pay for GPs working in Cornbrook Medical Practice in the last financial year was £55,136 before tax and National Insurance. This is for 0 full time GPs, 7 part time GPs and 0 locum GP who worked in the practice for more than six months (updated 10/03/17).

Doctors

Dr Kathryn Fletcher (f)

Dr Kathryn Fletcher qualified in 1987. Her qualifications are MBChB(Manchester), DHC, MRCGP, DRCOG and FPCert.  Dr Fletcher is based at our Booth Street site.

Dr Philippa James (f)

Dr Philippa James qualified in 1990. Her qualifications are MBChB(Manchester), MRCGP, DFSRH.  Dr James is based at our Booth Street site.

Dr Murugesan Raja (m)

Dr Murugesan Raja qualified in 2003.  His qualifications are MBBS, MRCP, MRCGP.  Dr Raja is based at our City Road site.

Dr Tina Randall (f)

Dr Tina Randall qualified in 2004.  Her qualifications are MBCHB, BmedSci, MRCPCH, MRCGP, DRCOG.  Dr Randall is based at City Road.

Dr Emma Pimlott (f)

Dr Emma Pimlott qualified in 2008.  Her qualifications are MBChB, MRCGP, DFSRH, PGCert MedEd, Dip Mental Health. Dr Pimlott works at both of our practice sites.

 

Dr Rebecca Goggins (f)

Dr Rebecca Goggins qualified in 2012.  Her qualifications are MBChB, MRCGP.  Dr Goggins works at both of our practice sites.

We are a training practice for doctors preparing to become General Practitioners. Sometimes when you visit the doctor there may be a doctor observing. Please feel free to request they leave the room if you are not happy with this. The registrar may also seek your consent to film his/her consultation with you; this is for training purposes only and you can say no if this makes you feel uncomfortable.

We also have medical students here from time to time as part of their training.

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