Our Team

Clinical Team


  • Dr Ashley S J Dawson

    MBChB BSc Hons MRCGP

  • Dr Sandra Ives


  • Debbie Peach

    Advanced Nurse Practitioner

  • Jennie Dawson

    Healthcare Practitioner / Midwife

  • Stephanie Barry

    Practice Nurse

Healthcare Assistants

  • Charlii Cooper

    Health Care Assistant – L3 Dip. Clinical Healthcare Support

  • Laura Thompson

    Health Care Assistant


The Practice can direct patients to a range of counselling services. Patients can self-refer to the service that best suits their needs. Sessions are held at a number of locations.

Dispensary Staff

  • Kay Bennett


  • Carole Hunter


  • Kerry Allsopp


  • Kimberley Allsopp


Our Dispensing Staff deal with all the prescriptions made up at the Surgery and will issue repeat prescription requests.

Management and Administration

  • Julie Coles

    Practice Manager
    AMSPAR Diploma in Primary Care Health Management


The Receptionists ease the flow of patients for the Clinicians and keep the practice running smoothly. They are here to help you. For example; they can give you results of laboratory tests and can arrange transport for hospital appointments, if eligible.

Sometimes they may need to ask for further details. They are not being nosey and are bound by the same rules of confidentiality as the Doctors and Nurses. All medical information, which is held on your behalf, is governed by the Data Protection Act and staff are vigilant in ensuring that only essential information is made known to other practice staff.

Receptionists are the engine house of the surgery, doing a wide range of administrative jobs, answering telephone calls and greeting patients at the counter. At times there may be slight delays so please be patient until they can attend to you.

  • Rachel Moorcroft


  • Kerry Allsopp


  • Jayne Wilton


  • Lisa Mellor-Stones


  • Lindsay Maclean


  • Stephanie Percival


  • Tracy Lindley


Community Staff

District Nurses

The District Nursing Team provides specialist nursing to those in the community who are unable to get to the surgery for treatment such as wound care.

They are also responsible for the ongoing health care needs of housebound patients and their families with a variety of conditions such as diabetes, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, and liaise with other providers of care within the community.

Another large part of their role is supporting terminally ill patients who wish to be cared for in their own home. Their service also includes the promotion of continence and health education.

The District Nursing Team, employed by Derbyshire Community Health Services, are now based in Buxton and can be contacted on: 01298 212 827

The hold their own clinics at the surgery twice a week for patients who are able to attend.

Community Midwives

Community Midwives work alongside Doctors and Health Visitors to provide care for expectant mothers to help prepare for the birth and care of their babies.

Health Visitor

The Health Visitor is concerned with the health and well-being of families. Health Promotion, early detection of ill health and monitoring of normal growth and development are his/her responsibility, with particular reference to mothers, babies and the under 5’s.

The Health Visitor liaises closely with the GP’s, other members of the nursing team and professions allied to medicine, such as Social Workers, Speech Therapists and Pre-School Teacher Counsellors.

The Health Visitor has specialist knowledge of the facilities and resources available for families and children in the area.

The Health Visiting Teams are now based in different localities dependent upon which area of the Practice that you live.

  • Buxton Team (Hartington and North of Practice) – 07816 064 870
  • Ashbourne Team (South of Hartington) – 01335 230 000 Option 5
  • Staffordshire Team (Newcastle and Moorlands HV Hub – 0300 124 5029
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