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High Street, Arnold, Nottingham, NG5 7BQTel: 0115 883 2330
MSc, BMBCh, MRCGP, Dip, IMC, RCSEd, DFFP
Full Time GP Partner
GMC No. 3267510
Dr McKeating has been at the practice since October 2000. Prior to this he served in the Royal Navy as a Medical Officer.
As a GP Trainer, Dr McKeating supervises and trains Doctors who are completing their post-graduate qualification in General Practice. Also as a Clinical Tutor with The University of Nottingham, Dr McKeating supervises final year medical students' who are gaining experience in General Practice. He is also on the Governing Council of the British Medical Association.
Dr McKeating has particular interests in Minor Surgery, Joint Injections and Men's Health.
Dr McKeating is the registered manager & lead partner for teaching, HR & clinical governance and is also the Educational Supervisor for GP trainee doctors
GMC No. 2915458
Dr Jobling is the Child Safeguarding Lead for the practice and is the GP Tutor for medical students from University of Nottingham Medical School
Dr Jobling is the clinical manager & lead partner for financial management of the practice and represents the practice at CCG and Primary Care Network meetings.
MBBS, MRCGP, DA, MRCA, DFSRH
GMC No. 5208230
Dr Alurwar qualified in 2000 and spent the formative postgraduate period as an Anaesthetic & Intensive Care trainee in Leicester and Shrewsbury rotations before completing General Practice training in the Mersey region. Dr Alurwar enjoys the wide and varied work in General Practice and has particular interests in Pain management, Respiratory, Musculoskeletal Conditions and Men's health.
Dr Alurwar is the clinical manager & lead partner for IT, Clinical systems & Information governance and is also the Clinical Supervisor for Foundation & GP Trainee doctors.
BM BS, MRCGP
GMC No. 7285013
Dr Whitehorn qualified from the University of Nottingham in 2012 and spent her postgraduate period working in the Nottingham City and QMC hospitals doing rotations in General Surgery, Stroke Medicine, Respiratory Medicine, Paediatrics and A&E. Originally from Birmingham, Dr Whitehorn returned to Birmingham and completed her General Practice training. During this time she worked in Obstertrics and Gynaecology. Having missed Nottingham, in August 2017 Dr Whitehorn returned to Nottingham and has now joined us here at Highcroft Surgery.
Dr Whitehorn is the GP Tutor for medical students from University of Nottingham Medical School and Clinical Supervisor for GP trainee doctors.
MB ChB DipSEM MRCGP
GMC No 7528239
Dr Shah read medicine from the University of Manchester and graduated in 2016. He has spent his postgraduate training in Nottingham City and QMC hospital in various specialities such as Urology, Stroke medicine, Oncology, Trauma & Orthopaedic, Elderly care, Obstetric and Gynaecology as well as a combined year experience of Emergency Medicine. He completed General Practice training in Nottingham and during this also developed an interest in Sports and Exercise Medicine.
An Advanced Nurse Practitioner, (ANP), is a very highly trained Prescribing Nurse who is able to see and treat a wide range of medical problems. Advanced Nurse Practitioners work alongside Doctors and can refer patients' to hospital or for further tests as needed.
BSc, PGDip, PGCert, DipHE, RGN
Julieann Gray is an Advanced Nurse Practitioner and Partner at Highcroft Surgery.
Julieann Gray is the clinical manager and lead Partner for care homes, elderly, frail & palliative patients management. She also leads the practice QoF & GPEDS programme.
A highly experienced Nurse spanning 19 years in various acute Hospital specialities and General Practice. Julieann Gray has developed a specialist role in the Care of Elderly, managing Advanced Complex Multi-Morbidities and Palliative Care. She has specific interest in Heart Failure, Chronic Lung Conditions and Dementia. Julieann Gray is the Lead Nurse for Palliative Care as well as the Lead Nurse for Care Homes and is highly passionate about improving care in these areas. Julieann Gray is an active member of the CCG and her influence has driven improvements for care of elderly patients' in the Arnold locality.
The Practice Nurses see patients' with minor injuries, minor illnesses, run child vaccination clinics; provide cervical smears, travel vaccinations, contraceptive injections and offer reviews for patients' with long term conditions such as asthma and diabetes, as well as a number of other services.
Lead Practice Nurse
Nurse Immunisations Lead
Nurse Diabetic Lead
Julie Corrigan is one of our Health Care Assistants. She is also our Carer Champion.
Amanda Clifford is one of our Health Care Assistants.
Jessica Miller is one of our Health Care Assistants.
Kathy Thomas is one of our Health Care Assistants.
Alicia Garcia is the Practice Manager.
Georgina Waldron is our Financial Administrator and is the assistant to Dr Jobling.
Amy Singleton is our Prescription Clerk Lead.
The reception team are here to help you. They will assist you in making urgent and routine appointments to see your Doctor, arrange repeat prescriptions and will attempt to assist you in whatever ways they are able and trained.
Please note that the confidentiality of patients’ records will be maintained at the highest level by all staff.
The receptionists are trained to take essential details sympathetically and in complete confidence.
Their job is very demanding so please be patient.
Lorraine Smith is one of our Reception Supervisors.
Beverley Press is one of our Reception Supervisors.
Our secretaries will be pleased to assist you with any queries you may have regarding referrals, hospital enquiries and any non-NHS work correspondence
Jo Croft is one of our Secretaries and is the Personal Assistant to Dr McKeating. She is also one of our Workflow Optimisers.
Francesca Lynch is one of our Secretaries and Workflow Optimiser.
Mary McKeating is part of our Workflow correspondence management team.
First Contact Physiotherapist