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Price's Mill Surgery, Newmarket Road, Nailsworth, Stroud, GL6 0DQTel: 01453 832424
MBBS (University of London 1986) DRCOG
Dr Latter trained at Charing Cross & Westminster Medical School. After qualifying, he worked in many different fields including Psychiatry, Old Age Medicine, Accident & Emergency and Orthopaedics.
Dr Latter spent six months working in Northern Queensland before returning to the UK to complete his General Practice Training in Obstetrics & Gynaecology and Paediatrics. His interests are Dermatology and Minor Operations.
Dr Latter is married to Debbie, a Radiologist and has three grown up children.
Dr Latter now consults at the surgery three days a week.
MB BS (University of London 1984) BSc DRCOG
Dr Ginny Meikle was born and grew up in London. She studied medicine at University College London Medical School and subsequently graduated as a Bachelor of Science in Human Genetics. Her GP training was based in Swindon at Princess Margaret Hospital, and then as a GP trainee with the Church Street practice in Nailsworth.
Since 1987, Dr Meikle has lived and worked as a GP in the Nailsworth community. She has a special interest in diabetes and child health. She became a partner in Prices Mill Surgery in 2010.
In her spare time, Dr Meikle has spent many hours watching her sons playing rugby and football and enjoys cooking dishes inspired those she learned from her French Basque mother.
Dr Meikle consults at the surgery four days a week.
MB BCh (University of Wales 1987)
After qualification as a doctor in Cardiff in 1987, Dr Yerburgh carried out her hospital training in Gloucester. She subsequently completed her vocational training as a GP in Nailsworth, and has worked here on a part-time basis since then, becoming a partner in 2010. She has four children, and is an enthusiastic gardener.
Dr Yerburgh currently consults at the surgery two half day sessions a week, having been elected by local GPs to a position with in the local Clinical Commissioning Group.
BMBS (University of Nottingham 1999) MRCEM MRCGP BMedSci DFSRH DOccMed PGCert(ClinEd)
Dr Sampson is originally from Northamptonshire, and having qualified in 1999, worked in hospitals in the East Midlands, Sydney and Truro. He completed his training as a GP in 2009 in Penzance, Cornwall, and moved to Gloucestershire in 2010. He has interests in occupational and musculoskeletal medicine and urgent care.
Dr Sampson loves cooking and spending time in the great outdoors. He is married and has two young boys.
He consults at the surgery four days a week.
MBChB (University of Bristol 1995) DCH DFSRH MRCGP DPD
After graduating from Bristol University Dr Cooper spent several years working in a range of specialties in hospitals across South West England and Australia and time as an expedition doctor in Namibia before completing her GP registrar training in Cheltenham in 2001. She has since developed a keen interest in Dermatology. She completed the Diploma of Practical Dermatology (Cardiff University) in 2009 and the Certificate of Dermoscopy (Cardiff University) in 2012. She has been a Clinical Supervisor to Foundation Doctors since 2015 and has recently been accredited as a GP trainer.
MBChB (University of Bristol 2009) MRCGP
Dr Herbert joined the surgery in January 2015 so has now been part of the team for over 5 years. He has particular interests in care for those with learning disabilities as well as dermatology and men’s health. He is also our lead for research. This involves working with our research nurse and looking at involving the practice and its population in medical research. Dr Herbert is a GP trainer. This means he is responsible for the supervision and education of doctors during their training to become a GP.
Dr Herbert consults at the surgery on four days of the week.
MB ChB (University of Leicester 2007) MRCGP
Dr Malins is originally from Herefordshire. He trained in Leicester and graduated in 2007. Following this, he did his house jobs in Leicester and Northamptonshire before going to work in New Zealand, where he gained more experience of emergency medicine in Christchurch and Nelson. He returned to train as a GP in Gloucestershire, which he completed in 2015. After a spell of working in Cornwall, he returned to Gloucestershire to settle with his young family.
Dr Malins’ medical interests include musculoskeletal medicine, minor procedures, joint injections and lifestyle and preventative medicine amongst others.
Outside of work, Dr Malins enjoys any form of cycling, has competed in triathlon and adventure racing. He is enjoys gardening and is keen on anything involving time spent outdoors.
Dr Malins consults at the surgery four days a week.
Dr Philips is a fully qualified GP returning to daytime general practice after a long stint working with out-of-hours. She is now with us for the foreseeable future and consults three days per week.
Dr Wade joined us as a full-time GP trainee in 2020. She is a fully qualified doctor in her final year of General Practice training.
Dr Seaman joined us as a full-time GP trainee in 2021. He is a fully qualified doctor training to be a General Practitioner.
All GP practices are required to declare the mean net earnings (eg. Average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice. This is required in the interests of the greater public accountability recognising GP pay is ultimately funded from tax paid by the public.
The average pay for GPs working at Price's Mill Surgery in the last financial year was £54,571 before tax and national insurance. This is for 2 full time GP’s and 5 part time GP’s.
RGN 2007 BSc (Hons)
RGN 2014 BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing (Independent Prescriber V300 2018)
RGN 1991 BSc Hons. Nursing
Our team is led by our Management Partner, Suzi Colley, who has overall responsibility for all aspects of the management and development of the practice.Sara Eckersall, our Operational Manager is responsible for dealing with the day to day management of the administration of the practice.
We employ a team of administration staff, who are responsible for clinical correspondence and ensuring the smooth day to day running of the practice.
The reception team is headed up by our Reception Supervisor Michaela Noble who manages the day to day organisation of reception services, and is responsible for training and development of reception staff.
The receptionists have a difficult job to do, especially at busy times, so your patience is welcomed. They have been trained to ask particular questions to assist us in determining who it is you need to see, so please be prepared to give a few details. Anything you tell them is treated in the strictest confidence.
The community midwives are involved in all aspects of maternity care, holding Ante Natal and Booking Clinics at the surgery. A community midwife will also visit you and your baby at home, usually until your baby is 10 days old - longer if necessary and then they will transfer your and your baby's care to the health visitor.
The Community Midwives can be contacted at the Stroud Maternity Hospital on 01453 562140.
A Community Nurse is a registered nurse with an extra qualification in specialist community practice. Community Nurses lead a team of community registered nurses and healthcare assistants visiting housebound patients with nursing needs. They provide:
The Community Nursing team can be contacted on 0300 421 6073 from 8:00am to 4:00pm Monday to Friday. Outside of these hours please call 0300 421 0555.
A Health Visitor is a qualified nurse who has taken further training in child development and community health. Health Visitors work within the local community and focus particularly on supporting expectant mothers, young families and children with special needs. The Health Visitors at Price's Mill Surgery work closely with a qualified nursery nurse, and run a weekly baby clinic.
The Health Visitors can be contacted on 0300 421 8960 or 0300 421 8946 (for Stroud) or 0300 421 8433 (for Dursley).