It was one of only 48 awarded nationwide.

Hidden Heroes Award

Practice Management

Mrs Ann Curnow (f)

Ann Curnow is our Practice Manager who is responsible for managing all of the business aspects of the practice, such as making sure that the right systems are in place to provide a high quality of patient care, human resources, finance, patient safety, premises and equipment and information technology. The practice manager supports the GPs and other medical professionals with delivering patient services and also helps to develop extended services to enhance patient care.

Frances Norcott (f)

Frances is the Assistant Practice Manager.  She works alongside the Practice Manager in ensuring the smooth day-to-day running of Nuffield House Surgery


Suzanne (f)

Prescription / Records Administrator

Susan (f)

Susan is responsible for the recalling of our long-term condition patients for their annual screening.  She also supports the work of the Data Records team

Julie (f)

Julie is one of our Administrators

Theresa (f)

Theresa is responsible for the scanning of data into patient records and is part of the Data Records team

Melissa (f)

Melissa is responsible for appointment rotas and monitoring access

Chelsea (f)

Chelsea is one of the team responsible for the scanning and coding of incoming data into patient records.

Tracey (f)

Prescription / Records Administrator


Victoria (f)

Viki is the Head Receptionist and is responsible for the day-to-day running of the reception team

Linda (f)

Member of the reception team

Jacqueline (f)

Member of the reception team


Member of the  reception team

Sam (f)

Member of the reception team

Angela (f)

Member of the reception team

Aylis (f)

Member of the reception team

Victoria (f)

Part of the Reception team


Lindsey (f)

Lindsey is our Medico-Legal Secretary.

Sue (f)

Sue is part of the Medical Secretary team who are responsible for patient referrals to hospital etc

Kate (f)

Kate part of the  Medical Secretary team who are responsible for patient referrals to hospitals etc

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