Our Staff

Doctors

DR JOHN MORRIS

GP Partner - MB Ch.B MRCGP (Leeds 2006)

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday I graduated from Leeds University in 2006. After working in Leeds for two years, I moved to York and completed my GP training in the Scarborough and Whitby areas. I joined Millfield Surgery in June 2012 after a short period of working as a locum.

DR HELEN IREDALE

GP Partner - MBBS MRCGP (Newcastle 2004)

Tues, Thurs, Fri Born and raised locally in York I went to Newcastle Medical School and graduated in 2004. I worked in Warwick in the Midlands for 18 months before returning to my hometown of York for GP training. Attracted by the beautiful surrounding countryside, I came to work in Easingwold following completion of my training and have now lived and worked here for 10 years. I am a Generalist at heart and love the challenge of the variety of everything that comes through the door in General Practice but my particular areas of interest are children, women’s heath and contraception. I offer fitting and removal of contraceptive implants and coils. Outside of work I like to relax by spending time with my young family in the outdoors; running, gardening and talking to my chickens.

DR PAULA EVANS

GP Partner - BM BS BMedSci(Hons), MRCGP, DCH, DSRH, PGCME Nottingham (1989)

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. Having graduated from the University of Nottingham in 1989, I have developed a breadth and depth in General Practice since, mostly based in the York area. I moved to Millfield in January 2018, bringing postgraduate medical education to the practice with doctors doing their specialist GP training with us, as well as offering a long acting reversible contraception (coils and implants) service. Additional responsibilities are as the Clinical Director of the South Hambleton & Ryedale Primary Care Network (SHaR PCN) and Training Programme Director of the York GP specialist training scheme.

DR SARAH WATSON

GP Partner - BSc Hons (Physiol/Psych), BSc (Med. Sci.), MBChB, MRCGP, DFSRH

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday. I graduated from St Andrews/Manchester in 1996. Having done adult medicine and anaesthetics, I did my GP training in York, qualifying in 2007 and becoming a Member of the Royal College of GPs. I also have my Diploma in family planning. I have worked in York, Chester and New Zealand and for the last 10 years as a salaried GP at Priory Medical Group in York. I joined Millfield Surgery as a partner in March 2018. I am a tutor for Hull and York Medical School and involved in teaching 4th year medical students. I am also the clinical lead for research for the practice and the heart failure champion for the PCN. I was the President of the York Medical Society in 2018-19 and am a member of the Board, still involved in running the society. I enjoy sport, the outdoors and spending time with my family. I am a real supporter of the Park Run and am keen to promote it amongst our patients as believe physical activity is so important for both physical and mental wellbeing. I am also interested in environmental issues and aiming to try to implement changes to make our practice greener.

DR DARIUSH SAEEDI

GP Partner - MBChB MRCGP BSc DCH

Tuesday, Thursday and Friday I graduated from Leeds Medical School in 2009, and after post-graduate training in St James’ Hospital in Leeds, and Calderdale Royal Hospital in Halifax, I went on to complete GP training in the Mid-Yorkshire NHS Trust area. After working in Harrogate as a GP Partner for several years, I moved to Millfield Surgery in January 2019. My areas of interest include musculoskeletal medicine and men’s health, but I also really enjoy being a generalist. I am a GP trainer and have a longstanding involvement in undergraduate medical education.

DR MATTHEW CARR

Salaried GP, MBBS, BSc (Hons), MRCGP.

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. I graduated from Hull York Medical School (HYMS) in 2017 and then worked in Cambridge for 2 years before returning to York to undertake GP training. I joined Millfield Surgery in August 2022 having worked at the surgery during my GP training, and am a tutor for the 4th Year HYMS students.

DR CHARLOTTE ANDERSON

GP Registrars

DR ANUPRIYA MOHAN

DR KIANDOKHT MONJEZI

DR SAI WIN

Male

Practice Management

DARREN DALZELL

Practice Manager

EMILY ELLIOTT

Operational Manager

Advanced Nurse Practitioners

MARIANNE DOYLE

AMANDA WOOD

Practice Nurses

The Practice Nurses support the GPs’ work by offering standard nursing duties, chronic disease management, many routine clinical duties as well as assisting GPs in other tasks and taking referrals from the GPs.

ANETA BRONISZEWSKI

NATALIE LEE

Female

Nursing Associate

KATIE JOHNSON

Healthcare Assistants

Healthcare Assistants duties include anticoagulation services, blood taking, blood pressure, basic health checks, ECGs, urine samples, hypertension reviews as well as assisting clinicians in other duties.

EMMA WOODHEAD

LAURA ASHTON

Dispensary

SAM MOUNTFORD

Dispensary Manager

LOUISE CLARK

KATHRYN ROWBOTHAM

Systems & Data Coordinators

KATY DIDLICK

JOANN ROBINSON

Reception

KIM RAYMOND

Patient Care Coordinator & Rota Supervisor

KATHLEEN HINDMARCH

Patient Care Coordinator Team Leader

PAULA HAWKSWORTH

Patient Care Coordinator Team Leader

BELINDA CHANNING

Patient Care Coordinator

TRACEY GREEN

Patient Care Coordinator

JANET SMITH

Patient Care Coordinator

JASMINE ALLAN

Patient Care Coordinator

First Contact Mental Health Practitioner

EMMA TOOTLE

First Contact Physiotherapist

GAYNER JAMES

Pharmacists

We have a team of pharmacists who work for the surgery undertaking a lot of our medication reviews and queries. They work remotely and so contact patients by telephone. Their hours include evenings and weekends so may phone during 'unusual' hours. If you would like to discuss your medication, please contact the surgery and arrange an appointment with a member of this team.

Urgent Care Practitioners

A team of Urgent Care Practitioners works alongside Millfield Surgery seeing patients that require on the day appointments. The team work from several GP practices in the area, therefore, if you need an in-person appointment, you may need to travel to another surgery.