DR SIAN STOKES
Partner - MBBS. BSc. FRCGP. DRCOG
Dr Sian Stokes qualified in 1998. She has an interest in Women’s and Children’s Health. She is the Clinical Lead for Long Term Conditions for Wirral CCG and is also a GP Trainer.
DR JANE FLETCHER
Partner - MBChB MRCGP DFFP DRCOG
Dr Fletcher qualified from Liverpool University in 1999 and joined the practice in August 2015. She has an interest in Elderly Care and is also a GP Trainer
DR JAMIE BARFIELD
Partner - BSc (Hons) MBChB MRCP (2013) MRCGP
Dr Barfield qualified from Liverpool University in 2009 and trained in general medicine and palliative care before joining The Village Medical Centre as a GP in 2018. He performs joint injections, is the Wirral GP Lead for cancer and is the medical student supervisor for the practice
DR RACHEL HEMINGWAY
Dr Hemingway qualified from the University of Liverpool in 2014. She completed her GP training on the Wirral and joined the practice in 2019. She has an interest in Elderly care and Women’s and Children’s health.
DR VICKI JENNINGS
DR EMMA BEHAN
Dr Behan qualified from Liverpool Medical School in 2011 and completed her foundation and GP training in Chester and Wirral. She has an interest in women's and children's medicine.She joined The Village Medical Centre January 2017 and is the prescribing lead for the practice
GP Registrars are completing their final years specialising in general practice medicine. They are fully qualified doctors and have all been working as doctors for at least 2 years. They consult patients independently and are supported by the other GP's in the practice
DR LAURA ROSS
Dr. Ross is in her final year of GP training
DR OMOKIMI OMOLOKUN
Dr. Omolokun is in her first year of GP speciality training
We run regular phlebotomy (blood sample taking) clinics throughout the week which are run by our phlebotomist Julie and receptionist Patsy
The Practice Manager is involved in managing all the business aspects of the practice such as making sure that the right systems are in place to provide a high quality of patient care, human resources, finance, patient safety, premises and equipment and information technology. The Practice Manager supports the GPs and other medical professionals with delivering patient services and also helps to develop extended services to enhance patient care.
Receptionists 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. Receptionists make the most of the patient appointments with the GPs and nurses. They also perform a large variety of other important tasks.
Reception Team Leader
As part of Wallasey Wellbeing Primary Care Network we have a number of staff working in our practice who you may speak to or see. For more details see the PCN Website
PRIMARY CARE NETWORK STAFF
We have a Health Visitor attached to the practice. She meets our new mums in the first few days of their baby's life and is available to offer help and advice to all parents until their child starts school aged 5. The health visitor can be contacted on 691 1268 or at your nearest child health clinic.
The practice hosts medical students from Liverpool University. The student doctors may be observing a clinic that you attend or may speak to you an examine you before a qualified clinician sees you. We are very grateful to our patients for allowing students to take part in your appointment but if you would rather not see a medical student please let our receptionists know.