Russell House Surgery

Telephone: 01902 842 488
Out of Hours: 111

Healthcare Team


Dr Dewi Williams MB ChB Liverpool 1994 DRCOG
Male, Senior Partner, GMC Number 4111098

Dr Sukhdip Johal MB ChB Birmingham 2005 DRCOG MRCGP
Female, Partner, GMC Number 6122342

Dr Siranvir Jaspal MBChB DRCOG MRCGP
Male, Partner, GMC Number 7263686

Dr Rebecca Broom MB ChB Warwick 2016
Female, Salaried GP,  GMC Number 7519469

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GP Registrars

The practice participates in the training of doctors pursuing a career in general practice. These doctors are fully qualified and may have several years’ experience in hospital medicine. Whilst they are with us we like them to participate fully in the medical care offered by the practice. We value our training status and the contribution that these doctors make to the practice.

When booking an appointment you may be asked if you would consult with one of our Registrars. We are confident that they will give our patients modern, effective and caring treatment.

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Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Sam Arrowsmith QN, RGN, Dip He, Bsc Nursing, PG Dip, RCN ALNP

Advanced Nurse Practitioners (ANPs) are specialist nurses who have undertaken additional education and training in order to provide advanced nursing care. They provide treatment for many problems for which you may have seen a Doctor for in the past. The ANP can assess and examine you, make a diagnosis, provide advice, organise blood tests and investigations if appropriate, and issue prescriptions and Fit (sick) Notes.  ANPs can refer to specialists and admit patients into hospital when necessary. Our ANP cannot see any pregnant women, pregnancy related illness or children under 5 years old. Our ANP works very closely with your GPs and will liaise with them about your care at the end of each day.

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Practice Nursing

Practice Nurses

Sister Lucy Munro RGN
Nurse Nicky Doonan

Our Practice Nurses provides a wide range of health services by appointment. See Nursing Team Services for further information.

Assistant Practitioner

Carol Kay

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Practice Management

Practice Manager

Joanna Haywood

Senior Business Support Administrator

Jayne Ralph

Business Support Administrator

Jayne Sandland

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Primary Care Network Staff

Clinical Pharmacist

Misha Malik

GP Assistant

Jenny Heath

First Contact Physiotherapist 

Sean Dykes

Care Coordinator 

Keira Davies 

Cancer Care Coordinator

Kate Stanford

Adult Mental Health Practitioner

Charlotte Potter-Walker

Health and Wellbeing Coach

Sarah Whitehouse

Social Prescriber

Sharon Whitchurch

Social Prescriber

Liz Clayton

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Primary Care Network Roles in General Practice

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. Follow the video link below to see how the Additional Roles Reimbursement scheme (ARRS) Pharmacist Role can help you in our GP Surgery:

YouTube video explaining the role of a Clinical Pharmacist

First Contact Physiotherapists

First Contact Physiotherapist (FCP) are experienced physiotherapists who have advanced skills necessary to assess, diagnose and recommend appropriate treatment or referral to musculoskeletal (MSK) problems on a patient's first contact with healthcare services. Follow the video link below to see how the ARRS First Contact Physio Role can help you in our GP Surgery:

YouTube video explaining the role of a First Contact Physio

Mental Health Care Practitioner

Psychological wellbeing practitioners (PWPs) are trained to assess and support people with common mental health problems, principally anxiety disorders and depression, in the self management of their recovery.

Support Time and Recovery Worker

A Support Time and Recovery Worker provide support and give time to the patient to help their recovery. Patients will usually be referred from the Mental Health Practitioner and will have been identified as requiring additional non-clinical support to manage a variety of issues, such as homelessness and substance misuse.

Social Prescriber Link workers

Social Prescribers help reduce health inequalities by supporting people to unpick complex issues affecting their health and wellbeing. They connect people to community groups and statutory services for practical and emotional support. Follow the video link below to see how the Social Prescriber Role can help you in our GP Surgery:

YouTube video explaining the role of a Social Prescriber

Pharmacy Technicians

Pharmacy Technicians support the delivery of safe, effective and efficient systems for medicines optimisation, repeat prescribing, reducing medicine waste and monitoring patients on high risk medication ensuring tests (mainly blood tests) are carried out regularly.

Care Coordinators

Care Coordinators help to co-ordinate and navigate care across the health and care system. The can help patients get the right type of care and support for their conditions, putting patients and carers in touch with the correct services or GP staff to support their needs.

YouTube video explaining the role of a Care Coordinator

General Practice Assistant

General Practice Assistants (GP Assistant) support doctors in the smooth running of the surgery by handling routing administration and some basis clinical duties enabling the GP to focus more on the patient.