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Meet the Team

Dr Greg Miles (male)

Qualifications MA MB BChir (1981) DA DRCOG MRCGP FPA Cert
Trained at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge University & St Thomas' Hospital, London
Joined Practice 1986
Working Days Monday, Tuesday and Wednesdays
Hours Full Time Partner
Family 4 children
Leisure Interests Rugby, Travel, Skiing, RSPB, Badminton, Walking

Dr Robert Lewis (male)

Qualifications BM (1992) DRCOG MRCGP
Trained at Southampton University Medical College
Joined Practice 1998
Other Appointments School Doctor – St Anthonys Leweston School
Hours Full Time Partner - Practice Caldicott Guardian
Family Married, 2 sons
Leisure Interests Archery and Cycling

Dr Angela Tweedie (female)

Qualifications MA MB BChir MRCP DFFP MRCGP
Trained at Cambridge University Kings College
Joined Practice June 2014
Other Appointments School Doctor - St Anthony's Leweston School
Working Days
Monday and Thursday - Practice Safeguarding Lead
Family Married, 2 children
Leisure Interests Diving, underwater photography, skiing, netball

Dr Dominic Parsons (male)

Qualifications MRCGP MRCP(UK) MB ChB
Trained at University of Manchester
Joined Practice 2020
Working Days Wednesday and Thursday
Family Four children
Family Married, 2 children
Leisure Interests Professional standard singer – Grade 8 Distinction – Sport very keen supporter of most sports especially Bath & England rugby, Somerset & English cricket and Arsenal football.

Dr Christopher Minton (male)

Qualifications MBChB 2001, MRCGP 2005, PGDipSEM 2010 Bath University, West Midlands Trainers Course 2011, DFFP 2004, Advanced Trauma and Medical Management in Football FA 2018, Faculty of pre-hospital care sports events and crowd doctor course 2015
Trained at University of Birmingham
Joined Practice 2020
Working Days
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
Hours Partner
Family Three Children
Leisure Interests Keen runner, I enjoy off road running and have done several marathons

Practice Nurses

Our practice nurses hold surgeries each morning and afternoon Monday to Friday. They can treat or advise on:

Dressings, injections, blood tests, ear syringing, blood pressure checks, weight checks and travel advice and vaccinations. They can also carry out chronic disease management and full health promotion screening. Please make an appointment at the surgery or by phone.

District Nurses

Our district nurses work closely with the doctors at the Apples and are able to provide treatment at home. The nurses can advise about care and convalescence after discharge from hospital. They can also advise on general health care and give help, information and support to carers. Messages for the district nurses can be left at reception or by telephoning their office at the Yeatman Hospital on number 01935 813991 and asking for the District Nurses.

Health Visiting Team

Our health visitors are located at the surgery, they can be reached by telephoning 01935 816 790. The best time to contact them is Monday - Wednesday between 8.00am -10.00am. Our receptionist can help if there is no reply, or a message can be left on their answer phone, 01935 816 790.

The health visitor's role is that of "The Family Visitor" concentrating mainly on the under 5's, but she is also available to see patients in all groups if needed.


Antenatal clinics are held on every other Tuesday afternoons.

The midwife cares for all expectant mothers, both before and after the birth of their babies. In some cases she may be involved with the births in Yeovil Maternity and at home as part of Oak Tree team.

Call the office on 01935 384808 and ask for a booking appointment.

Held at the Yeatman Hospital

Community Mental Health Team

The team members work closely with us to care for patients with psychiatric problems, enabling them to live in the community. They also help with the treatment of various problems such as depression, anxiety, stress-related illnesses, confusion and memory difficulties, and bereavement. They can also give support and advice to carers and family members. The team can be contacted on their own telephone number 01935 813991.

Cancer Care Nurse

The Cancer Care nurse works alongside the doctors and nurses to give advice, support and care to patients living with cancer. This help is offered either when cancer is diagnosed or at any time during the illness and extends to the whole family, if needed. The nurse helps the patient, their carers and any family to achieve the best quality of life. The nurse can be contacted via the Yeatman Hospital (01935 813991) or a message can be left for her at the practice reception.

Practice Manager

Philippa Cannings is responsible for the day-to-day running and general management of the practice. Telephone contact number 01935 812633.

Practice Nurses

  • Jo Ralph - Lead Practice Nurse
  • Sarah Sutcliffe - Practice Nurse
  • Trudy Silk - Practice Nurse
  • Ruth King - Health Care Assistant
  • Zoe Macolm - Health Care Assistant


  • Tracy King - Head Receptionist
  • Tracey Watson
  • Nikki O'Lauglin
  • Laura Jones

Dispensary Staff

  • Gemma Smalley - Dispensary Manager
  • Sarah Kelly - Dispenser
  • Lily Charters - Dispenser

Medical Secretary

  • Lesley Hiscock
  • Laura Jones

ICT Administrator/Workflow Administrator

  • Michelle Reilly

Administration & Clerical


  • Vanessa Monk

Health Visitor

  • Nicky Bouffler
  • Hannah Winter

District Nurses

  • Hayley Stainton
  • Julie Corner HCA


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