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Dr Michael Guildford (m)

Dr Guildford is our Senior Partner and qualified at Liverpool University in 1993. He holds the Diploma in Child Health (DCH), the Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (DRCOG) and is a Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners (MRCGP). He is interested in Respiratory and Musculoskeletal Medicine and is a GP Trainer. Dr Guildford works M/Tu/Th/Fr.

Dr Peter Stone (m)

Dr Stone is a Partner and qualified at the University of Birmingham in 2006 MB ChB. He is a Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners (MRCGP). Dr Stone works M/Tu/W/Fr.

Dr Adam Booth (m)

Dr Booth is a GP Partner and joined us in January 2016. He grew up in Shrewsbury but moved to Birmingham for his medical training 14 years ago. Dr Booth recently relocated back to Shrewsbury to be closer to his family. Dr Booth hold a MBChB degree from University of Birmingham and is particularly interested in medical education. Dr Booth works M/Th/Fr.

Dr Fiona Brodie-Fraser (f)

Dr Brodie-Fraser is a Salaried GP and qualified at The Royal Free Medical School in London in 1991. She is a Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners (MRCGP) and also holds the Diploma in Family Planning (DFFP) and the Diploma in Child Health (DCH). She is interested in Female Health. Dr Brodie-Fraser works Tu/Fr.

Dr James Mackinnon (m)

Dr Mackinnon qualified at Birmingham University in 1998. He works as a Salaried GP. He is a Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners (MRCGP) and holds the Diploma of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (DRCOG). Dr Mackinnon works M/W/Fr.

Dr Hannah Roberts (f)

Dr Roberts is also a Salaried GP. She qualified at the University of Cambridge in 2005 (MB BChir) and passed the Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners examinations in 2011. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Medical Science from the University of Cambridge (BA) and the Diploma of Child Health (DCH). Dr Roberts works W/Th.

Dr Helen Whitworth (f)

Dr Whitworth joined the Practice in October 2018 as a Salaried GP, boosting the number of available appointments of female GPs. Dr Whitworth works W/Th.

Locum GPs

We are fortunate enough to be supported by regular Locum GPs:

  • Dr Ross Wilkinson (m)
  • Dr Serena Jones (f)
  • Dr Sara Lambert (f)
  • Dr Roisin Cartwright-Terry (f)
  • Dr Jonah Wilkes (m)

Practice Management

Nicolas (Nick) Storey – Executive Business Manager

Nick supports the partners on a part-time basis by providing leadership and strategic direction.

Jenni Green – Patient Services and Quality Lead

Jenni is responsible for the provision of all patient clinical and support services as well as practice/patient relationships. Jenni is the first point of contact for any comments, compliments, or complaints.

Alison – Reception and Admin Lead

Alison is responsible for the reception and administration team.


  • Laura – Dispensary Manager
  • Beth – Assistant
  • Imaani – Assistant
  • Jayne – Assistant
  • Neha – Assistant
  • Sarah – Assistant
  • Kay – Support
  • Hayley – Support
  • Sian – Support

GP Registrars

Dr Smeera Saeed (f)

Dr Saeed will be with us until August 2024.

Dr Shone John (m)

Dr John is an ST3 Registrar.

Nursing Staff

Sister Sarah Marshall

Sister Marshall is our Lead Practice Nurse and Nurse Practitioner. She has a special interests in the care of patients with Diabetes.

Sister Glenys Evans

Sister Evans joined the Practice in January 2018 as Practice Nurse and has special interests in the care of patients with Asthma and COPD.

Lize Goodwin

Lize is a Healthcare Assistant who primarily supports the Nursing team with phlebotomy.


Leanne is a Healthcare Assistant and supports the Nursing team.

Administration Team

  • Michelle – Senior Administrator
  • Estelle
  • Laura J
  • Laura L
  • Lisa
  • Lize
  • Maxine

Healthcare Team

Community Midwives

The Midwife sees antenatal patients at the hospital clinics; she also performs antenatal checks at patients homes, and visits new babies and their mothers in the first 10 days. She can be contacted via the hospital (01743 261000 – ask for Community Midwives).

Community Nurses

Community Nurses (District Nurses) provide care for house bound and terminally ill. Our team of Community Nurses is based at the Cambrian Medical Practice in Oswestry. To make contact with Community Nurses please telephone 01691 663609 Extension 1.

Health Visitor

The Health Visitor will deal with immunisations, child health problems and perform developmental checks on pre-school children. They can advise on feeding, sleep etc and offer general support to new mothers.

Our Practice is covered by the Shrewsbury Health Visiting Team. To speak to a Health Visitor please ring 0333 358 3654 for advice or an appointment.

Social Prescribing Advisor

Social Prescribing is non-medical role which offers adults 1:1 confidential support to discuss and understand the wider issues affecting their health and wellbeing, and linking people up to sources of support within the community. At Prescott Surgery, our Social prescribing advisor Isobel Evans is qualified Occupational Therapist and is experienced at supporting people to make positive changes to improve their health and wellbeing.

Many people can benefit from Social Prescribing; this includes those who may be:

  • Feeling worried or anxious
  • Feeling lonely or socially isolated
  • Living with a long-term health condition
  • Wanting to make healthy changes to their lifestyle
  • Caring for someone

Social Prescribing is available across all the Primary Care Networks in Shropshire, including
Shrewsbury Primary Care Network – which is the network of all the GP practices in Shrewsbury.

For more information or to get support from Social Prescribing:

Clinical Pharmacists

Hello from Charlotte Lynch

As lead clinical pharmacist for Shrewsbury Primary Care Network I carry out structured medication reviews for patients within the rural cluster (this includes Prescott Surgery). This involves looking at the medication list from a holistic point of view and liaising with the doctors and nurses to ensure patients are on the correct medication.

Hello from Sandeep Jangra

As a primary care network Clinical Pharmacist, our role will be to provide structured medication reviews, with a view to improve how medication is delivered to patients but also helping patients understand more about the medications they take. We also take a holistic approach with a view to improve health outcomes within the local community. As pharmacists we will be working together with the wider health care professional team to ensure that patient needs are met. From time-to-time we may also contact patients if we are conducting any audit projects or conducting long-term condition review clinics.

Mental Health Nurse Practitioner

  • Natasha Berridge

Community Care Co-ordinator

  • Jeremy Roberts