Dr Ian Pace MB ChB BSc DCH DRCOG DFSRH (Senior Partner)
Born in the North of England, I grew up in Malta and graduated in medicine from the University of Birmingham in 1985 after intercalating a degree in Physiology in 1982. I did my vocational training in the Royal Air Force and worked in a number of RAF locations in the UK and abroad before joining the Galletly Practice in 1993.
My medical interests encompass most areas of General Practice but particularly chronic disease management including diabetes, heart failure, and asthma, minor surgery and medical computing.
I am responsible for the IT infrastructure in the practice and Information Management and I am the Caldicott Guardian. I have two grown-up children and have lived locally since 1988.
Dr Antony Wright MB BS BMedSci, MRCGP (Partner)
I graduated from Newcastle University in 1992 (MBBS, BMedSci). After 12 months of teaching undergraduate medical students, I embarked on a career in surgery. However, in 1995, I decided that General Practice was the career for me.
Interests: I trained to be a General Practitioner in Newcastle and Grantham (MRCGP, 1997) before moving to Bourne in 1997. I have an interest in hypertension, ischaemic heart disease, atrial fibrillation, heart failure and anticoagulation. I am the Practice lead GP for prescribing and the Dispensary.
I am married with three grown-up children and still live locally in Bourne.
Dr Paul Cregor MB ChB MRCGP DGM DoccMed (Partner)
I’m originally from Southend on Sea in Essex. I read Medicine at Sheffield University and qualified in 2002. I worked as a Junior Doctor in Sheffield before joining the Galletly Practice in 2006 and we moved down from Yorkshire.
I’m very interested in GP education. In 2010 I became a GP Trainer and the Practice was awarded GP Training Practice status. We supervise and help Doctors during their GP training so that they can complete their training program and become independent GP’s. In 2017 I became a GP tutor for Cambridge University and we now have medical students at the practice doing their GP training. I’m also a GP appraiser and visit GP’s in their own practice to assess their work.
My medical special interests include Geriatric Medicine, Respiratory Medicine and helping patients
Mr Ian Robinson
Born in Todmorden West Yorkshire, I joined the Practice in March 2006 following a career outside of the health sector. Living locally with my wife and Great Dane “Alfie” I am a life-long support, or is it sufferer, of Burnley Football Club spending more time than I should (according to my wife) following them. Keen in most sports I am also a PADI diver, especially in warm water!
Responsible for all Business and Administrative aspects of the Practice my function as Business Partner is to ensure the smooth and efficient running of services so that my GP colleagues may concentrate on their clinical roles. Additionally I look to develop the Practice ensuring that we are fit for purpose and at the front edge of service delivery to ensure the people of Bourne and surrounding areas have the best possible care. In March 2015 I became the founding Chair of Allied Health South Lincolnshire Ltd. This organisation comprises 15 local practices that have come together to deliver Primary Care Services at scale within South Lincolnshire and we are working closely with local NHS agencies to expand and fully integrate care into our communities.
Dr Rebecca Mitchell MBBS BSc DRCOG MRCGP DFSRH Pg Cert (Partner)
I grew up in Stamford and then moved to London where I studied at Guy’s, Kings and St Thomas’ Medical School. I qualified in 2007 and returned to the area in 2011 to complete my GP training.
I joined the practice in 2012 and recently completed my postgraduate certificate in Medical Education. I have joined Dr Paul Cregor in supervising and helping fully qualified doctors become GPs. My specialist areas include women’s health, sexual health and contraception, rheumatology and palliative care.
I live locally with my children and love spending free time with them.
Dr Jo Sacks MBBS MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH
Originally from Leeds, I moved to London to study at St Bartholomew’s Hospital Medical College. I qualified in 1996 and worked around the London area until I moved to Stamford in 2005.
I joined the Galletly Practice in 2015. My areas of special interest include women’s health and contraception (including implant fitting); and minor surgery.
I live near Stamford with my husband Tim and our son Henry. Outside work, I love to run, both road and trail, all kinds of distances. I’m also a volunteer coach at my son’s junior triathlon club.
Dr Cathy Fawcett BMBS, BMedSci, DRCOG, MRCGP DFSRH
I’m originally from London and studied Medicine at the University of Nottingham. Whilst there I met my husband who is Lincolnshire born and bred, and on completing my degree, I moved to Lincoln. I trained as a GP there, then worked my first few years as a fully qualified GP in Grantham, before joining the Galletly Practice in January 2018.
I’m particularly interested in paediatrics and family planning.
I work part-time and enjoy my days off looking after three young children.
Dr Caroline Manners MBChB DA DCH MRCGP
I graduated from Birmingham University in 1987. I trained in General Practice in Manchester and Cheshire and I have worked as a General Practitioner in Lincolnshire for over
I enjoy all of General Practice but particularly anticoagulation, atrial fibrillation, diabetes, sexual health, women’s health and palliative care.
Dr Alex Mickleburgh MRCGP MBChB BSc(Hons) DCH DfSRH
After doing a degree in Physiology at Newcastle University, I then went on to study Medicine at the University of Warwick. When I qualified in 2009 I moved to north London to start work and it was there that I trained to become a GP. I enjoy all aspects of General Practice and love the variety that the job brings.
I grew up locally, and after 9 years living in London, it’s a real pleasure to be back in the area and working at The Galletly Practice!
Dr Daniela Margaritescu
I graduated from ‘Carol Davilla‘ University Bucharest, Romania in 1994 and after three years of training, I qualified as a GP. Soon after that, I opened my own practice where I worked continuously until moving to the UK in August 2017.
I joined the Galletly Medical practice in May 2019 after working for more than one year in Spalding.
I enjoy being in the UK and living in Lincolnshire. In my spare time, I like to travel, see new places and enjoy the beautiful views which can be found around us.
Dr Helen Little MB ChB MRCGP DRCOG DipIMC(RCS)Ed DFFP PGCMedE
Born in Grantham, I grew up as a military child before settling in Scotland, graduating from the University of Aberdeen (MB ChB) in 1991. I joined the Royal Air Force as a medical student, completed my general practice training in 1995, and moved between various bases in UK and abroad before leaving the military in 1997. I have lived and worked locally as a GP for more than 25 years.
I am a GP trainer, with a long-established interest in medical education, supporting colleagues at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. I also have a specialist interest in women’ s health and contraception, fitting implants and coils.
I am married to a pilot, have 2 adult daughters and an ancient cocker spaniel.
Mrs Lisa Anderson ANP MSc
I was born in Stamford and then moved to Peterborough where I completed my nurse training in 1990. I have now been nursing for the past 31 years! I joined the Galletly Surgery in 2009 initially as a minor illness/practice nurse, I progressed to become a nurse prescriber and in July 2019 completed my studies at Lincoln university to gain my MSc in advanced clinical practice. I am the lead nurse at The Galletly Practice.
Sister Katherine Jordan
Originally from Saffron Walden in Essex, I studied Adult Nursing at the University of Hertfordshire and graduated with BSc (Hons) in the summer of 2016. I joined the Galletly Practice in August 2016 as a newly qualified nurse. I love all aspects of my role at the practice but have particular interest in Diabetes, Heart Disease and contraception. I am looking forward to starting a minor illness diploma later on in the year to further my knowledge and skills. I live in Spalding with my husband. When not at work I usually have a few books on the go and am constantly snapping away with my camera!
Sister Clare Bergner
I qualified as a nurse in September 2006. I have worked on a general medical ward when I first qualified and then went into Practice nursing for 5 years I completed my Diploma in Asthma and COPD . From there I then went back into working on an acute respiratory ward. My post before coming back in practice nursing was at The hospice in the hospital at Grantham which is the first hospice of its kind in the country. I really enjoyed my end of life care and I still work on the bank at times there at the weekend as I am still passionate about End Of Life Care.
I started working at The Galletly in January 2017 and am training in Acute illness alongside my other practice nurse work
I am married with 3 grown up children and 2 beautiful grandchildren.
In my spare time I do some crazy running challenges I enjoy running long distance and Yoga and keeping fit.
Sister Emma Jones RGN
I started my training in 2008 at Stoke Mandeville hospital in Buckinghamshire and qualified in 2011 moving on to work as a Paediatric Nurse on the Children’s ward in Peterborough Hospital. I worked between the ward and Paediatric assessment unit and High dependency care for six years. I also have experience in minor operations as part of a day surgery service for children.
I then took the leap into community and started working as a Practice Nurse at The Galletly Practice, and have done this for a year and a half now and haven’t looked back since!
Sister Caroline Clay
After two successful careers in the Royal Air Force and Information Technology, I decided to opt for a complete career change and become a Nurse. I graduated with a first class BSc (Hons) from the University of Lincoln in August 2018. I have worked as a Practice Nurse Ever since! I joined the Galletly Practice in February 2018 and I am slowly finding my feet as a Treatment Room Nurse. I am also developing my knowledge and experience of Chronic Disease Management.
Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my young family, wearing myself out at the gym and reading thriller novels.
Sister Michelle Morgan
After almost 13 years in the Ambulance Service, I decided I wanted a new challenge and in the summer off 2014 graduated from Buckinghamshire New University with a BSc (Hons) in Adult Nursing. After graduating I entered the Prison Service. This experience was challenging but provided me with a wealth of experience in providing healthcare often in demanding situations.
In 2015 I decided to build on my experience and made the change to become a General Practice Nurse. I have a keen interest in contraception, health promotion, and anticoagulation. I moved to Bourne 16 months ago with my fiancé Matt along without dog and two cats. I worked in Grantham before joining the Galletly practice in April 2019.
I am always looking to continue my professional development and improve my knowledge and skills and look forward to undertaking the minor illness diploma in the future.
Mrs Katrina Dawney
I have lived in the Stamford area all my life, currently living in a small village outside of Stamford with my husband, 2 children, 1 cat and a dog!
I have worked as a HCA since leaving college in various departments in the Peterborough and Stamford hospital gaining many skills and knowledge along the way, I have completed 2 separate NVQ level 3s during my time as a HCA alongside other various courses to help me further my career, which also benefits myself and patients within my job role. I joined the practice in 2015 and thoroughly enjoy my job, particularly Phlebotomy and Minor Ops.
In my spare time I enjoy spending time with family and friends, walking, cycling and chilling with a good book
Mrs Heidi Parkerwood
I grew up in Bourne and have remained local where I currently live with my Partner, children and Labrador! I recently joined the practice in May 2018 having previously worked with people with learning disabilities and at Peterborough City hospital in the Ambulatory Care Unit. In my spare time, I enjoy trips to the Peak District.
Mrs Terri Davies
I returned to work in healthcare in early 2018 following coming back to the UK after nearly 15 years living abroad. Before moving overseas I had previously worked as a midwife having originally qualified way back in 1987. I served eight years as a Nursing Officer in the RAF, and later worked in the NHS following the birth of my first son in 1995. I joined the Galletly Practice in January 2019 and thoroughly enjoy the variety of nursing care challenges that work here provides, as well as the opportunities to develop new skills.
I live locally with my husband and have two adult sons. I enjoy travelling, socialising and spending time with my family.