It has come to our attention that certain comments have been posted on social media concerning White House Farm Medical Centre.

There is always a GP available on the premises and the comment stating there was "no Doctor" is incorrect.

We have a self service machine available in the reception area for you to record weight and Blood pressure.

Please ask our reception staff for a token to use this.

NHS APP for Covid Pass

A letter with the QR code can be requested by ringing 119.

The Covid pass is on the NHS App. 

If you require the QR code  for your children 12 years and over via the NHS App, they need to have the App in their own name. This means assessment of the child and an appointment with a GP is necessary. Please arrange this well in advance of your planned holiday. Thank you.

We are now offering telephone appointments which can be booked either through online services or the NHS App.

If you are coming to the surgery for a face to face appointment, please attend on your own and wear a face mask. Adults who require physical or emotional support can have one carer or relative attend with them if not having someone present would cause distress or difficulty.

Children can be accompanied by one parent or legal guardian.

 We are actively looking to secure a new GP but at the moment we have a selection of regular locum Gp's working with us. We believe that continuity of care is important to patients so we are trying to keep the change of staff to a minimum but hope you can bear with us on this matter.

White House Farm Medical Centre is a training practice and we regularly have medical students at the practice. Some of these are on short rotations of 7 weeks (3rd and  4th year students), but we also currently have two 3rd year students coming to the practice once a week for a year.

We also have three registrars at the practice. These are qualified doctors who are doing their GP training and they see patients during this time. They are supported by the practice and Dr Thullimalli is their trainer.

Nurse Practitioners

Mrs Eleanor Haywood - Advanced Nurse Practitioner (f)

RGN BMedsci(Hons) Msc Hons

Mrs Haywood is our Advanced Nurse Practitioner (ANP). She has over 18 years experience in both the Acute and the Primary Care sector. She is a registered Nurse who has completed extra training and holds academic qualifications to degree and Masters level.

To undertake this role she is able to clinically assess, diagnose, refer and treat many patients who present with previously undiagnosed or undifferentiated problems.

ANPs are highly trained health professionals that can undertake complex reviews of patients, similar to GPs. 

Mrs Haywood can see children from 2 years upwards.

At this time, due to NMC legislation , ANPs cannot see pregnant ladies.


Practice nurses are qualified and registered nurses. They can help with health issues such as family planning, healthy living advice, blood pressure checks and dressings. The practice nurses run clinics for long-term health conditions such as asthma or diabetes, minor ailment clinics and carry out cervical smears.
Nurse Fiona Moscardini - Practice Nurse


Fiona has a wealth of Nursing experience which she brings to her routine treatment room work.  She has worked at the practice since 1997 and has developed a good knowledge and relationship with many of the patients registered with the practice. 

She undertook additional training in 2006 to provide a Minor Illness service at the practice.  Fiona also runs clinics for patients who require annual review of chronic diseases such as Asthma, Coronary Heart Disease, Hypertension.  She runs the Child Immunisation clinic for our babies and young children.

Mrs Jodie Moore - Practice Nurse (f)
Mrs Julie Crosby - Practice Nurse (f)
Mrs Susan Henry - Practice Nurse (f)

Healthcare Assistants

Ann Marie Gullett - HCA

Ann has worked at the practice since 1991 doing various administration duties but in 2002 she decided to train as a Health Care Assistant.  Her main duties as HCA are taking blood samples(phlebotomy), blood pressure monitoring, ECG, and Spirometry.    

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