Our doctors work in a partnership and as a group. Although you are registered with the practice, you may see any of the doctors in the partnership. Having made a choice it is advisable to see the same doctor whenever possible, especially for follow up of a continuing problem.
Please click on each image to see Qualifications, General Medical Council (GMC) Numbers etc
Dr Rebecca Hall
Female Salaried GP. GMC Number 7419554
Dr Prasanna Nayuni
Male Salaried GP. GMC Number 6073891
GMC Number refers to the General Medical Council Medical Register
Dr Olusola Ojogbede
Dr Sneha Rathod
Dr Muhammad Salman Zeb
Wolstanton Medical Centre is a training practice for General Practitioner Registrars and doctors in training. These are fully trained doctors with a wealth of hospital experience who are being trained for the Primary Care setting.
Training may involve shared surgeries with another doctor and video surgeries. The reception staff will inform you if the consultations are being filmed. Please say if you would prefer not to be filmed.
Julia Nixon RGN
Karen Smith. Specialising in Long term conditions
Advanced Nurse Practitioners & Nurse Practitioners are highly experienced nurses who have undergone additional training to manage certain problems without the need to see a doctor. They are able to prescribe certain drugs, and are always able to seek further advice from one of the doctors immediately, if necessary.
Physician Associates support GPs to assess, diagnose and manage patients.
HCAs have a supportive role in the medical centre, and work under the guidance of a qualified healthcare professional.
The District Nurses are based at a number of centres. They may be contacted by telephone on 0300 124 0092.
For more information please see District Nursing
The Health Visitors can be contacted on 0300 303 3923. They run a number of drop clinics at different centres. For more information see Newcastle Health Visitors Clinics.
The practice has an attached Midwife who is based at Bradwell Hospital and can be contacted on 0300 123 0905 ext 6161.
If you feel you may benefit from seeing a CPN, it will be necessary to see one of the doctors first to identify how you may best be helped.
The role of First Contact Physiotherapists (FCPs) in Primary Care is to assess patients with soft tissue, muscle and joint pain and to decide on the most appropriate management pathway. FCPs are physiotherapists with expertise in the assessment and management of Musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions. Please ask at Reception for an appointment.
Your Link Worker, Mandi works alongside GPs and other staff in your Doctors Surgery.
Find our more about Social Prescribing.
Carrie is responsible for the day to day running and organisation of the Practice.
- Charlene (Senior Receptionist and Secretary)
Laura, Debbie, Amelia, Rebecca and Natasha