Our Staff

Practice Management

The practice manager is responsible for the administration, organisation and management of the practice. They are responsible for the financial management of the practice, as well as ensuring the wellbeing of patients, doctors and staff.
  • CIAR MUNN - PRACTICE MANAGER

  • ANNA ELSON - OPERATIONS MANAGER

Doctors

All of our doctors are generalists but each has developed areas of special interest. Patients are free to choose between the doctors in the practice and you may consult different doctors for specific problems. It will be helpful, however, if you try to see the same doctor as much as possible.
  • DR MARK HOWCUTT - SENIOR PARTNER

    MA, BM BCh, DCH, FRCGP, PGCert Med Ed

    Qualified at Oxford University in 1997. Worked at Stoke Mandeville Hospital before joining the practice in 2000 as GP trainee. He returned as a GP partner in 2002. He has special interests in child and adolescent health, respiratory disease and rheumatology. He is one of the practice’s GP trainers. He is also a Senior GP Appraiser, occasionally sits on the local Performance Advisory Group for NHS England and is a local representative on the Buckinghamshire Local Medical Committee (LMC)

  • DR NICOLA WELLS - PARTNER

    MB BS, FRCGP, DRCOG, DCH, Cert Med Ed

    Qualified at University College, London, in 1997. Became partner at Haddenham in May 2004, having previously worked as a full-time salaried GP. She has special interests in diabetes, palliative care and women's health. She is one of the practice’s GP trainers. She also is a Lead Examiner for the Royal College of General Practitioners.

  • DR KAREN WEST - PARTNER

    MB ChB, MRCGP

    Qualified at Manchester University in 1999. Became partner at Haddenham in July 2008. She is married with three children. Special interests are children’s health and women’s health, particularly menopause. Outside the practice, she is an LMC member and Clinical Director for Quality and Integration at the Buckinghamshire, Berkshire and Oxfordshire (BOB) Integrated Care Board (ICB).

  • DR KAISER MUNIR - PARTNER

    MBBS, BSc (Hons), MRCGP, DipSEM

    Qualified at University College, London in 2005. Worked in London before joining the practice in 2012 as a partner. He is married and has three children. His special interests include minor surgery, cardiology, dermatology and sports medicine. He is also fluent in British Sign Language. He is responsible for our medical student training. He continues to work for the Out of Hours service.

  • DR BRIONY RIXON – SALARIED GP

    MBBCH, MRCGP (2013), DRCOG, DFSRH, LoC SDI, LoC IUT

    Briony graduated from medical school in Cardiff (2007) and worked for 2 years in hospital jobs in Bath. She then spent a year in Australia working in A&E and ITU. Having completed her GP training in Cheltenham, she became a member of The Royal College of GPs in 2013. She has worked at the practice since 2015, and has a special interest in women’s health, gynaecology and sexual health. Briony is a trained fitter of Nexplanons and contraceptive coils.

GP Trainee

We are a Training Practice and so from time to time we are joined by a GP Trainee. He or she is a fully qualified doctor having already completed at several years of hospital training who may join us for an attachment of several months between hospital jobs before joining us for a final year to complete their specialist GP training. In our role as a Training Practice we are regularly inspected to ensure a high quality of care and efficient administration.
  • DR CHRISTOPHER DAVIDSON

    Dr. Davidson, originally from South Africa, moved to the UK in 2004. After training at Bristol Medical School, they completed foundation training in Kent and Surrey. Subsequently, Dr. Davidson gained valuable experience by working in Australia for three years in A&E and ICU settings. In August 2024, they will complete their GP training in Buckinghamshire. Their interests span medical education, acute medicine, and paediatrics.

  • DR JACKIE INGRAM

ANP

An Advanced Nurse Practitioner (ANP) is an experienced and highly educated Registered Nurse who manages the complete clinical care for their patient, not solely any specific condition. Advanced practice is a level of practice, rather than a type or speciality of practice. ANPs are educated at Masters Level in advanced practice and are assessed as competent in this level of practice. As a clinical leader they have the freedom and authority to act and accept the responsibility and accountability for those actions. This level of practice is characterised by high level autonomous decision making, including assessment, diagnosis, treatment including prescribing, of patients with complex multidimensional problems. Decisions are made using high level expert, knowledge and skills. This includes the authority to refer, admit and discharge within appropriate clinical areas. Working as part of the multidisciplinary team ANPs can work in or across all clinical settings, dependant on their area of expertise.
  • AMANDA MUNN

Nurse

  • CAROLINE HILL

Nurse Associates

  • LEANNE CRIPPS

Healthcare Assistants

To support the practice nursing team in the delivery of nursing services, working as part of the practice multidisciplinary team, delivering care within their scope of practice to the entitled patient population. The healthcare assistant will deliver and assist clinical staff in the provision of treatment, preventative care, health promotion and patient education.
  • JENNIFER PEACOCK

  • PAULINA ZOLYNIAK

Pharmacy Tech

Pharmacy Technicians are based in-practice and as per Health Education England pharmacy careers guidance, they support the delivery of safe, effective and efficient systems for medicines optimisation, repeat prescribing, reducing medicine waste and maximising patient outcomes
  • TRACEY BADRICK

Foundation Programme Doctor

As a training practice, we are sometimes joined by foundation programme doctors for four months. He or she is a fully qualified doctor having usually completed at least one year of hospital training. Foundation doctors are not training to be GPs but attached as part of their junior doctor training. They join us to learn general skills and gain a greater understanding of the practice of medicine in different settings.

Receptionists

Our Receptionist Staff are there to help you. They have extensive knowledge of the facilities and services available. When telephoning for medical attention the receptionist may ask for a few details, this will enable them to help you in the most appropriate way or to enable the clinical staff to prioritise patients. Please be assured that the rules of confidentiality apply equally to all practice staff. You will not need to see the doctor every time you require a repeat prescription. If you have any queries concerning your prescription, the receptionist will be more than happy to assist with any general enquires.
  • KATIE LITTLE - RECEPTION LEAD

  • EMMA RECEPTIONIST

  • TRACEY RECEPTIONIST

  • FREYA RECEPTIONIST

  • JENNY RECEPTIONIST

  • KATY RECEPTIONIST

  • SUZI RECEPTIONIST

  • JAKI RECEPTIONIST

Notes and Computer Clerk

Is responsible for maintaining the computer systems. They also supervises the electronic scanning of letters onto the computer systems. They deal with the registration of new patients and removal of patients who have transferred out of the practice area. The computer clerk is also responsible for the upkeep and summarising of medical records.
  • TRACY RECORDS CLERK

Secretaries

The secretary deals with all hospital referrals. They also manage any requests for insurance reports. They will not chase up referrals for the patient. The patient should contact the hospital direct. You can call between 10am - 11am Monday to Friday to speak directly with our secretary.
  • NATHAN DUNCAN

Health Visitors

The Health Visitor holds their clinics at the Children’s Centre in Thame. They are available to give advice and support on any matters affecting health, particularly for expectant mothers, families with young children and the elderly. As well as monitoring and advising on the growth and development of young children, they also run post-natal groups to support mothers and teach baby massage. Due to budgetary constraints in the NHS, the health visiting team may not be able to do everything they have previously done for our patients. If they are not able to assist then they will discuss alternative sources of help with you. If you have any concerns or would like to see a member of the team, please phone on 01844 212353.

Midwife

The Midwife is attached to the practice and is available to provide maternity services in practice. If you are pregnant, you can collect a maternity pack from reception. As well as providing useful information for the early stages of pregnancy, there is a form inside which we would ask you to complete and return to reception. This informs the midwife of your pregnancy and allows her to contact you to arrange the necessary tests and first appointment.