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Dr Ingram & Partners7 & 8 Park Street Ripon, HG4 2AXTel: 01765 692337
B.Med.Sci. (Hons), BM.BS, DRCOG, MRCGP, qualified at Nottingham University in 1989. His interests include heart disease. He is the partner responsible for GP teaching, he is also the practice lead on GP commissioning.
MBChB, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP, DCH, PGCME, DIP DERM qualified at Glasgow University in 1998. Her special interests include dermatology & minor surgery, child health, women's health (including fitting contraceptive implants and coils) and shared care substance abuse. Dr Pears is also a GP Trainer
MBChB (Hons), MRCGP, qualified at Birmingham University in 2010. Her interest include mental health and women's health.
MBChB, MRCGP, qualified at the University of Manchester in 2010. His interest include Mens Health, Dermatology and Child Health.
Our practice nurses are available by appointment for dressings, blood tests, ear syringing, immunisations, injections and cervical smears. They also carry out routine health checks in the Surgery and help to run the Diabetic, Asthma and Smoking Cessation Clinics.
Kamilla is our Advanced Care Practitioner (ACP). Kamilla has previously been a Paramedic as well as an ACP at another surgery. Kamilla supports the doctors by seeing patients who urgently need to see a practitioner or are unable to visit the surgery and require an urgent home visit.
Antenatal Clinics are run at the surgery on Wednesday afternoons.
If you need to make or change a midwife appointment, please contact the community midwifery clerk between the following days/hours:Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday between 8am - 4pm on 01423 553051
If you have an urgent enquiry please contact the community midwife as per your green notes.
District Nurses' work involves routine home nursing for the housebound, chronically sick and those recently discharged from hospital. If you need help, please enquire at the surgery.
District Nurses' Direct Dial Tel: 01423 542932
Our Health Visitor is trained to give expert advice on health care issued and prevention of illness. The Health Visitor works mainly with families, young children and teenagers. Please call the number below to check on dates, times and location of the Child Health Drop-in Clinics.
Tel: 01765 645932
Counsellor Therapeutic Counselling, is available for a range of problems including depression, relationship difficulties and bereavement. Referrals are made through the GPs and cannot be made directly.