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General Practitioner Registrar and Students

Our practice is a training/teaching practice. Our GP registrars are fully qualified and have a great deal of hospital experience. GP registrars are usually attached to our practice for 12 months. They are at all times encouraged to seek advice when required from the practice partners. The practice also has Foundation Year (FY2) doctors attached for 4-month periods, who are supervised in the same way as registrars. 

We are also fortunate to have medical students attached to our practice for short periods. If you do not wish to have the student present during your consultation please inform the reception staff prior to seeing the doctor.

When booking an appointment you may be offered an appointment with one of our GP registrars/FY doctors.


Nurse Jane Manning (f)

Lead Nurse (RGN)

Jane previously worked in A&E. She is able to undertake general nursing duties including wound care travel vaccinations, smears and family planning advice. Jane also manages a childhood vaccination clinic and works at Swanscombe, Bean and Greenhithe surgeries.

Nurse Sandra Porter (f)

Practice Nurse (RGN)

Nurse Shindi Panesar (f)

Practice Nurse (RGN)

Shindi is an experienced practice nurse who works between Bean and Swanscombe surgeries. She undertakes general practice nursing duties at Bean surgery on a Tuesday, including travel vaccinations, women’s health and wound care. Shindi’s specialism is diabetes care and she manages a clinic at Swanscombe surgery every Thursday.

Nurse Alice Tyrrell (f)

Practice Nurse (RGN)

Nurse Emma Dawes (f)

Health Practitioners

Mrs Sarah Catchpole (f)

Paramedic Practitioner

Healthcare Assistants

Christine Parker (f)
Mr John Perry (m)

Health Care Assistant (NVQ Level 3)

John is an enthusiastic member of the nursing team. His role is to support the trained nurses and GP’s by undertaking agreed tasks such as wound care and health promotion, providing a high level of patient care. John assists with anticoagulation monitoring and minor operations. He also performs spirometry.

Mrs Rachael Fry (f)

Health Care Assistant (NVQ Level 3)

Miss Zoe Corrigan (f)

Health Care Assistant

Ms Lorraine Rozier (f)
Mrs Sharon Burke (f)
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