Our team pride themselves in delivering outstanding NHS medical care. If you’re looking for a GP surgery which values personal care and continuity then look no further.
“Helping you to Better Health”
Dr Reshmi Salam
Appointment availability: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday AM
Dr Salam is a Yorkshire lass who moved up to the North East in 2000. She qualified as a GP in 2011. She is a GP trainer with an interest in medical education, children’s and women’s health.
Dr Molly Griffiths
Appointment availability: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday AM
Dr Griffiths has diplomas in family planning, child health and obstetrics and gynaecology. She also has a passion for teaching medical students and is interested in mental health issues.
On the weekends Dr Griffiths enjoys running, yoga and looking after her children.
Dr Jennifer Rickard
Appointment availability: Tuesday, Thursday AM, Friday
Dr Rickard qualified as a doctor in 2009 and has worked at a number of hospitals in the region since then. After qualifying as a GP, she initially spent several years working in palliative care alongside general practice. Her interests include palliative care, managing long term illness, psychological problems and teaching.
In her free time Dr Rickard loves to bake.
Dr Andy Roberts
Appointment availability: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
Dr Roberts graduated from Liverpool University 1994. His cliinical interests include supporting people with mental health problems, palliative care and the wide variety of issues which present to GPs.
Dr Roberts likes to sing and go wild camping.
Dr Rebecca Hart
Appointment availability: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
Dr Hart qualified from Newcastle university in 2006. Her clinical interests include women’s health.
Dr Hart exercises regularly and loves to spend time with her family.
Dr Jon Sutton
Appointment availability: Wednesday, Friday
Dr Sutton qualified from Newcastle medical school in 2000. He worked for several years in General hospital medicine and anaesthetics before becoming a GP in 2009. He is the diabetic lead at the practice and also performs joint injections. Dr Sutton enjoys running, cycling, music and time with his family and friends on the weekends.
Dr Victoria Bastain
Appointment availability: Monday AM, Tuesday, Thursday
Dr Bastain’s interests include women’s health (coil and contraceptive implant fitting), palliative care, minor surgery, joint injections and teaching.
Dr Bastain enjoys exercise and spending time outdoors with her family in her spare time.
Dr Hannah Tomlin
Appointment availability: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
Dr Tam Ali – GPR Doctor
Dr Ali qualified from Newcastle University Medical School in 2017. She is currently a GP Registrar in her final year of GP training. She has previously worked in Stroke/Elderly care medicine; Old age psychiatry; Paediatrics and Emergency Medicine. Dr Ali enjoys fashion and painting.
The Nursing Team at Monkseaton Medical Centre consists of:
Health Care Assistant
Health Care Assistant
Between them, the Nursing Team can help with almost anything.
The Doctors often pass their patients over to our team after diagnosis of things like hypertension for ongoing care, medication management, and lifestyle advice. If you suddenly develop a high blood pressure you will find yourself under their management and being put through your paces.
Angela Auld, Jennifer Renney and Sam Erskine are Health Care Assistants and are not qualified nurses. They are the blood takers in the practice and look after most of our patients requiring dressings. They take routine blood pressures, take part in Health Checks and annual reviews. They also assist the GPs and the other members of the nursing team.
The Pharmacy Team at Monkseaton Medical Centre consists of:
- Eliza Hughes
- Michelle Collins
Our Pharmacy team are responsible for all patient medication reviews. They look at any changes in medication on behalf of our doctors.
GP Net Earnings Computation
NHS England require that the net earnings of doctors engaged in the practice is publicised, and the required disclosure is shown below. However it should be noted that the prescribed method for calculating earnings is potentially misleading because it takes no account of how much time doctors spend working in the practice, and should not be used to form any judgement about GP earnings, nor to make any comparison with any other practice. The average earnings for GPs working at Monkseaton Medical Centre in the last financial year was £30,062.