Meet Our Team
MBChB (1997 Sheffield) MRCGP – Female
Sally joined the practice in April 2002. She is a lead partner for diabetes care and is the GP responsible for our patients in one of the elderly care homes.
She also has an interest in women’s health.
MB ChB (1995 Sheffield) MRCGP – Male
Conrad joined the practice in january 2004. He is lead partner for cancer and palliative care.
His other interests include computing technology.
MB ChB (1999 Sheffield) – Male
Jez joined the partnership on 1 december 2006.
His main interests are diabetes care, child health and health informatics. He is also responsible for this website.
MBChB (2001 Sheffield) MRCGP DRCOG DFFP – Female
Bev enjoys all aspects of general practice but has a special interest in women’s health. Bev joined the team at Gleadless medical centre in April 2008, working Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays
BSc, MBChB (1991 Manchester), MRCGP, BA – Female
Dr Jarvis grew up in Sheffield and trained in Manchester. She soon saw the light and came back to Yorkshire and she has worked as a GP in Sheffield and Rotherham for the last 20 years. She also works independently for the Sheffield Adult Safeguarding Team. She enjoys the variety of general practice but has a special interest in Mental Health and in the care of older people. She is also the Trainer for our GP registrars. In her spare time she will be found walking her dog in local parks and eating cake.
MBChB (2001 Sheffield) MRCGP DRCOG DFFP – Female
Hannah came to Sheffield in 2004 to commence her medical training, and liked Yorkshire so much that she decided to stay. She joined the team at Gleadless in 2017 and enjoys all aspects of General Practice, with particular interests in Mental Health and Sexual Health. She is kept busy by her two young sons and her (not always very well trained) dog.
Alison joined the team in 2022.
The practice will employ Locums when there is a need due to illness or maternity/paternity leave.
MB ChB or MD; Graduate of a UK approved Medical School
The practice is a training practice, meaning that we develop already qualified doctors into fully fledged and independent general practitioners. Dr Helen Jarvis is our current GP trainer, supervising and delivering much of the training of our more junior doctors on their vocational training scheme. The practice has a philosophy that any of the team, including GPs and other clinical staff, all have a role in training the next generation of clinicians. If you are lucky enough to meet one of our ‘trainees’ you will not only get the benefit of their up-to-date training and enthusiasm, but also the opinion and the care of the GP supervising them at the time.
Please remember that our GP trainees are fully qualified doctors in their own right and have recently been staff at many of the local, regional or national hospital trusts.
My name is Bridget and I have worked in Primary Care for over 10 years. I have a wealth of experience in all aspects of nursing care within general Practice. I am also a Nurse Prescriber and I am currently doing a university course in minor illness.
I am proud to be the lead nurse in our nursing team here at Gleadless and our aim is to have an experienced, highly motivated forward thinking nursing team in order to deliver the best most appropriate care to our patients.
I am a registered nurse with over 21 years experience, I have worked for the past 18 years on Vascular Surgery at the Northern General. I was new to the Practice in October 2013 and to Practice Nursing, however I have a great deal of experience and interest in Wound Care and Chronic Disease Management, and hope to be able to use this experience to benefit the patients at the practice.
My name is Sarah Billingsley. I am very pleased to have joined Gleadless Medical Centre in October 2013. I qualified in 1999 and in that time have almost 9 years Practice Nursing experience. I have lots of interests including Chronic Disease Management and health promotion, as well as being competent in general practice nursing duties. I feel that with my skills and knowledge I have a lot to offer. I am focussed on providing the best possible patient care.
Karli joined the practice in 2022.
Natalie is trained to take blood samples, to assist the nurses in the care of patients and to work with the doctors in the Three Minute Surgery.
Mandy is trained to take blood samples, to assist the nurses in the care of patients and to work with the doctors in the Three Minute Surgery.
Sharon is trained to take blood samples, to assist the nurses in the care of patients and to work with the doctors in the Three Minute Surgery.
Tracey is our Practice Manager and responsible for the day to day running of the Practice.
Tracey previously worked for Post Office Ltd in the Doncaster, Sheffield and Leeds area for 31 years in various roles including counter clerk and transport manager. She joined the team as Practice Manager for Gleadless Medical Centre in April 2017.
Our medical records and clerical officers are very involved in ensuring that your records with the practice are kept in order.
They are also available to register new patients to the practice, to assist with the completion of form filling and to ensure that we have all the information about your health status that we need.
Amanda and Paula are our senior receptionists; our reception team are trained to do a difficult and demanding job.
Please give them as much information as you can in order to help them to help you; they are bound by the same rules of confidentiality as the doctors and nurses and anything you tell them will be treated in absolute confidence.
In their work they are following the instructions of the doctors and procedures and protocols laid down by the practice.
Cathy Ibberson and Jane Robinson are our secretaries and are available by telephone if you have any queries with regard to a hospital referral.
If you are worried about the status of a referral, please feel free to ask reception to put you through to either Cathy or Jane and they can look into it.
Our pharmacists assist the Practice by monitoring pharmacy drugs. If you have been in hospital the practice pharmacist may contact you to make sure you understand how to take your medication.
Our prescription clerks, are available each morning to deal with your repeat prescription requests and enquiries.
To minimise risk and in line with NHS advice, this service is only available to housebound patients who cannot order online or in person.
Community Support Worker
The Community Support Worker role is here to support people who may need a little bit of help to stay independent and healthy for as long as possible without the use of a Social Care package.
If you feel you could benefit from some help or advice or would like to book some time with a Community Support Worker the telephone number is 0114 2057120.
The number is available 08:45-17:15 Monday to Friday where there will be a Community Support Worker on hand to talk to. There is an answer machine outside of these hours, so feel free to call anytime, however patients are encouraged to call when the line is open.
District Nursing Team
The community nurses provide nursing care in the patient’s home when it is required and work with the doctors to deliver care and chronic disease management.
Midwives are attached to the practice and provide care for the expectant mother and for the mother and newborn for the first few weeks after delivery.
Health Visitors are attached to the practice and come into the building for the baby clinic each Tuesday afternoon. They can also be contacted at the Newfield Clinic on 0114 226 1887. They work with the under fives.
We have a long association with the University of Sheffield and medical students may work in the practice as part of their training or to do research.