Roni Wood – Lead Nurse
Roni joined the practice in 2003. She qualified as an RGN in 1991 and completed a BSc degree through the Open University in 2005. Her professional interests include respiratory medicine, diabetes and elderly care.
Roni has diplomas in the management of COPD, asthma, diabetes and intensive management of type 2 diabetes (meaning she can start and manage patients on insulin). She is also an independent and supplementary prescriber.
Roni has two children and an energetic Doberman. Outside of work, she enjoys travel, cooking and as well as hosting mystery dinner parties she is never without her Kindle with a few books!
Jayne McKeon – Practice Nurse
Jayne qualified as a nurse in 1996 from University College of St Martin, Lancaster University.
Although she joined the practice as a Practice Nurse in November 2016, she already knew many of the patients and staff from her previous job as a Community Matron.
Jayne enjoys all aspects of her role and strives to give a high standard of care to the patients she sees. Jayne’s interests are chronic disease management including diabetes, asthma, hypertension and COPD.
Outside of work, Jayne enjoys socialising with friends and spending time with her family.
Priya Philip – Treatment Room Nurse
I joined the practice in May 2015. I trained as a nurse, completed Bsc nursing From MGR University India. Previous experience is in teaching student nurses, palliative care and caring for elderly with dementia.
I am enjoying the role of practice nurse including treatment room care, helping doctors to deliver nursing and medical care and giving advice to patients on long-term medical and nursing needs. I enjoy music and reading.
Suzanne Martin – Treatment Room Nurse
Suzanne has worked in the treatment room at the health centre for many years but joined the practice in 2011.
I have been lucky enough to work at fishponds for 19 years and joined the practice in 2011, I enjoy every aspect of my job and the variety it brings. I live with my husband and three children and two dogs. My spare time is taken up predominantly with walking the dogs and supporting my three children in their local football team.
Mandy Hunt – Health Care Assistant
Having previously worked in the treatment room at the health centre, Mandy joined the practice as a phlebotomist in 2011.
Marie Baker – Health Care Assistant
Marie joined the practice as an HCA in December 2016. She works full time and enjoys all aspects of her job, including working with a great team. In her spare time, she enjoys socialising with friends and spending time with her family.