Manor Street, Berkhamsted, HP4 2DL
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Dr Helen Manton – MA, MBBS, DRCOG, MRCGP
Qualified via Cambridge University and Kings College, London. Qualified in 1986 and joined the Practice on 1st January 1991. Dr Manton is usually available in the Surgery Monday and Tuesday.
Dr Robert Loftus – MBBS, BSc, DRCOG, MRCGP
Qualified at St Georges Hospital Medical School, London in 2006 and joined the Practice in August 2011. Dr Loftus is usually available in the Surgery Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
Dr Sarah-Louise Brennan - MBChB, MRCGP, DRCOG
Qualified in 2010. Dr Brennan is usually available in the Surgery Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Dr Helena Pattinson - MB BCh 1999 University of Wales
Dr Pattinson is usually available in the Surgery Monday, Tuesday and Friday.
Dr Michael Cipparrone
Dr Cipparrone works on Wednesday and Friday.
Dr Kumaran Thanabalasingam - Dr Thanabalasingam works on Monday, Thursday and Friday.
Dr Eleanor Downey - Dr Downey works on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Dr Urvi Shah - Dr Shah works on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Kate Buckley – BSc (Hons)
Kate qualified as a Registered Nurse at Kingston-upon-Thames in 1987.
Helen completed her training at the University of Bedfordshire in 2013 and joined Manor Street Surgery in November 2016.
Kathy trained at Oxford and qualified as an RGN in 1985, subsequently completing her Paediatric nurse training at Nottingham in 1989.
Fiona started her nursing training at Guys Hospital in 1981. She joined the Surgery as a member of the Admin Team in 2003 and became a Healthcare Assistant in 2006.
Suzanne Joined the practice in 2015.
Angela Burnett - Practice Manager
Lesley MacDonald – Admin Lead
Lesley joined the Surgery in 2001 initially as an evening receptionist.
Emma Jones - CI Lead and Deputy Admin Lead
We have a few Carers Champions in the practice, they are here to help carers by providing advice and support more easily when carers are in the surgery, which is often the first port of call for many of our carers.