Dr Nicola J Cooling (f)
MB ChB (Manchester) 1993 MRCP (Edinburgh) MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH
Dr Alessandro Calabro (m)
Dr Faith Civico (f)
Dr Holly Hodgson (f)
Newcastle 2007 MBBS MRCGP
Dr Catherine Baggaley (f)
Dr Ramos (f)
Dr Tom Derry (m)
MB BS MRCGP Dip Minor Surgery
NHS England require that the net earnings of doctors engaged in the practice is publicised, and the required disclosure is shown below. However it should be noted that the prescribed method for calculating earnings is potentially misleading because it takes no account of how much time doctors spend working in the practice, and should not be used to form any judgement about GP earnings, nor to make any comparison with any other practice.
All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (e.g. average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.
The average pay for GPs working in this practice in the last full financial year was £38,109 before Tax and National insurance. This is for 2 full time GPs, 5 part time GPs and 2 locum GPs who worked in the practice for more than six months.
Nurse Practitioners have extensive experience in managing and treating Minor Illness, they can assess and examine you, make a diagnosis, provide treatment and advice, including giving you a prescription if required.
Nurse Practitioners can make referrals to hospital, other health care professionals and admit patients to hospital in an emergency if necessary, they are also able to order blood tests and X-rays.
Nurse Practitioners cannot sign sick notes; however they can make arrangements for one to be signed for you.
You do not always need to see a Doctor, if the Nurse Practitioner considers you require a Doctors opinion, you will be able to see the Doctor.
If you have one of the following problems the Nurse Practitioner will be able to help you.
Childhood Illness (Mumps, Chicken Pox, Measles)
Cough, Cold, Chest Infection
Diarrhoea and Vomiting
Joint Injuries/Sprains/Musculoskeletal Aches and Pains
Minor Head Injury
Scalds and Burns
Nursing Team at Moorlands Surgery
The Nursing team consists of three Nurse Practitioners and five Practice Nurses and two Health Care Assistants and one Phlebotomist.
The Nursing services at Moorlands are constantly reviewed to ensure that we adjust Nurse Clinic availability to both maintain and improve our services and standards of patient care.
Mark Mckie, Pauline Stephens and Clare Brown
Their role compliments and supports the GPs and Practice Nurses. The Nurse Practitioners provide care for patients from initial history taking, clinical assessment, diagnosis and treatment, through to evaluation and if appropriate prescribing. The Nurse Practitioner role is useful for the management of your sudden illness requiring same day appointments. If at any time the Nurse Practitioners feels you need to be assessed by a GP this will be arranged.
Deirdre Best, Patricia Atkinson, Rebecca Waites
All of the Practice Nurses offer nursing care to our patients and each has their own special area of interests, the Practice Nurses can help with a wide range of health issues, and this includes clinics for long-term health conditions such as Diabetes and Asthma. They can also offer healthy living advice, administer travel vaccines, advise on wound management and perform cervical smears.
Health Care Assistants
Julie Walker, Tracy Smith, Hayley Andreson
Julie, Tracy and Hayley support the Practice Nurses with their daily work. They are responsible for carrying out the following nursing duties:-
New patient medicals
Wound management and removal of stitches.
Assisting with Minor Surgery
All Nurse appointments are booked in advance, so please be prepared to give a little information when booking your appointment so that it can be booked with the appropriate member of the nursing team.
Our Office Manager and is responsible for the day to day operational side of the Practice.
Our Admin Team aims to provide a point of contact for patients and act as a focal point of communication between patients, doctors and other medical staff.
The team is made up of the following:
Our staff will arrange appointments either by phone or face to face, book home visits, deal with new registrations, take repeat prescriptions and help with any queries. In order to carry out these functions effectively, we may have to ask you some personal questions. This is so we can ensure you are dealt with by the most appropriate clinician.
The Prescribers will arrange for all requests for prescriptions to be generated. The team also deal with incoming correspondence from outside agencies with regards to changes in medication and any new medication.
The secretaries deal with all hospital communications, including hospital referrals, daily correspondence and any related queries.
We are supported by a team of district nurses providing nursing care to all age groups of housebound patients. Specialist care is provided for the acutely and terminally ill. District nurses are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week on 0191 333 7195 for patients already under the care of the District Nursing team. Please note, this number is not for self-referrals. If you require referring into the service, liaison is available through our surgery.
The health visitors can be contacted on 03000 030013 from 9.00-10.00am and 4.00-5.00pm weekdays.
The health visitors are available to help with health matters relating to families and children.
The community midwives work with the doctors to provide care for the mother before and after delivery and care for the baby in the first four weeks of life. They can be contacted through Darlington Memorial Hospital. Direct number: Office: 01325 743255 or Labour Ward: 01325 743449.