Partners   Qualifications   Specialisms

Roger Goodwin-Jones


Dip Derm/Dermoscopy
(Leeds 1979)

  Dermatology, Minor surgery

Lincoln Jowett


(Newcastle 1994)

Elderly care, Palliative care, GP training

Caroline Rayment


(Liverpool 1997)


Child health

Beth Devlin (Female)  

MBChB (Liverpool 1998), DRCOG,

  Womens health, Safeguarding
Associate GPs

Catherine Lockhart MBChB (Leeds) MRCGP DFFP (Female)

Sara Khoshneviszadeh MBChB Dip/Derm/Dermoscopy (Female)

Ross Brown (Male) MBChB (Edinburgh) MRGCP, DCH, DRCOG, Practical Dermatology PgDip

Alison Brown (Female)

Tom Bewick (Male)

Emma Finnerty (Female)

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Dr. Roger Goodwin-Jones





Dr. Lincoln Jowett








Dr. Caroline Rayment








  Dr. Beth Devlin

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Dr. Emma Finnerty




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Dr. Catherine Lockhart




Dr. Sara  Khoshneviszadeh







Dr. Ross Brown      x              x  
  Dr. Alison Brown             x  x         x 
  Dr. Tom Bewick   x   x               x     x  x    x


All Patients now have a Named GP. Any Patient wishing to know their own Named GP should ask at reception. Patients are still able to make an appointment with any doctor at the surgery.

All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice. The average pay for GPs working in Grange Park Surgery in the last financial year was £20,797 before tax and National Insurance. This is for 1 full time GP and 10 part time GPs and locum GPs who worked in the practice for more than six months.

GP Registrar

The practice is approved for the training of fully qualified doctors who have chosen a career in general practice. Occasionally we may ask if you would allow your consultation to be recorded or witnessed by another doctor. This is an essential part of their training and we appreciate your cooperation, however we also appreciate that this may be unacceptable at certain times and we will respect your decision to decline.

Practice Staff

We have: 

Practice Manager - Mrs Suzanne Smith

Assistant Practice Manager - Mrs Eve Hill

Lead Administrator - Mrs Sharon Husband

Finance Manager - Mrs Linda Kelly

Admin Team - Miss Grace Moore, Mrs Mandy Greenwood, Miss Tui Brooks, Miss Kristie Shaw, Mrs Laura Gill 

Medical Receptionists - Mrs Helen Henson, Mrs Louise Cullen, Mrs Mandy Greenwood, Mrs Fiona Botha, Mrs Kaye Fletcher-Brooke, Mrs Vicky Gordon, Mrs Jeanne Muller-Pretorius, Ms Gina Woodhead

Practice Nurse - Ms Anne Richardson, Ms Sophie Wallace 

Health Care Assistant - Mrs Debra Harper, Miss Rhea Levitt

Phlebotomist -  Mrs Julie Weston

Practice Counsellor - Mrs Nicola Dilernado

Pharmacists - Mrs Lesley Tasker, Mr Adil Hafeez, Mr Mohammed Ramzan, Ms Rosma Iftikhar, Mr Adam Mahmood

Prescription Clerk - Mrs Philippa Wright

Social Prescriber - Miss Sue Moorchild 

Mental Health Nurse -  Rosie Porter, Helen Myers, Lucy Owens (under 17), Sharon Cope (under 17)

Our receptionists do a difficult job well, trying to keep the practice running smoothly and both doctors and patients happy. They will always do their best to help you. Please be considerate when speaking to them.

A nurse is always available at the surgery (except 12.00-2pm). They provide the latest immunisation advice, change dressings, do smear tests and syringe ears, help with diets and many other things. Well woman/man checks are available by appointment. In addition they provide a service to review asthma and diabetic patients. Appointments are made at reception. They will also help with first aid and minor injuries and illnesses. However, if you feel you might need an X-ray following an injury it would be advisable to attend the minor injuries unit at Wharfedale General Hospital, Otley

The Health Care Assistants can take blood tests, blood pressure, ECGs and conduct new patient health checks. They are available between Monday - Friday.

Practice Counsellor

We have a Practice Counselling Service within our practice offering up to 8 sessions. Counselling gives you the opportunity to talk about matters which are worrying or distressing you in a completely confidential setting. Sessions last an hour and are generally weekly at an agreed time. There may be a waiting list but you will be contacted as soon as there is a vacancy. Please speak to your G.P. If you feel this service may be of some benefit to you.  At the moment, our practice counsellor has quite a waiting list, you can also self refer to My Wellbeing College by emailing them or by phoning them directly.  Further information please visit,


We have a physiotherapist on a Monday afternoon at the surgery and a Tuesday evening at Ilkley Medical Practice.  She provides a 30 minute assessment and initial treatment session for symptoms such as muscle and joint pains (including arthritis).  You do not need a referral from the GP.  To book an appointment please speak to reception.

Social Prescriber

Social prescriber, Sue offers 1 hour sessions and 30 minute follow up appointments of phone calls, to support with general well-being. Her remit is very broad.  She is here to offer a service to patients who may need help with their general well-being rather than a specific medical problem, or who may just need to get out of the house or want someone to talk to.  Her role is to listen to people to find out a bit about them and discover what areas they may need support in. To book an appointment please speak to reception.

District Nurses (Tel. 01535 292764)

The District Nurses provide general nursing care and advice to patients who are ill at home or housebound. Ring the above number if you are referred into their services. If the District Nurses are not available please leave a message on their answer machine and they will return your call as soon as they are able.

Midwives (Tel. 01535 292411)

To book an appointment with the Midwives, please contact them on the number above. Parentcraft classes - contact the Midwives for information.

 Book early

How to find us

Location Map

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Contact details

01943 862108 - 8am to 6pm on weekdays

The telephone lines are closed for routine telephone enquires on weekdays between 12.30pm and 1.30pm - if you need a Doctor urgently between these times, please phone 01943 862108 and you will be directed to an emergency contact number.

Out-of-hours call NHS free on 111

Opening times

Monday         08:00 - 18:00
Tuesday        08:00 - 18:00
Wednesday   08:00 -18:00
Thursday       08:00 - 18:00
Friday            08:00 - 18:00

For Doctor availability outside these hours please see the Appointments section.

We are closed Bank Holiday Monday 28th August 2023. 

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Training Days

On the following dates the surgery will be closed from 1pm for training
and will re-open the following day at normal hours:

Wednesday 24th January 2024
Thursday 22nd February 2024
Tuesday 19th March 2024
Wednesday 24th April 2024
Thursday 23rd May 2024
Tuesday 18th June 2024
Wednesday 24th July 2024
Tuesday 17th September 2024
Wednesday 16th October 2024
Thursday 21st November 2024