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Central Park, Church Village, Pontypridd, RCT, CF38 1RJTel: 01443 203414
MB BCh, BAO, BA(TCD), MRCGP, MRCP, FRCOphth Dublin 1988 (Senior partner)
Dr Marsh joined the practice in 2000. Dr Marsh works 4 days a week in the practice. Dr Marsh carries out minor operations within the practice’s regular minor operations clinics. Dr Marsh is also a GP trainer, responsible for training the GP registrars, who work in the practice as part of their GP training. Dr Marsh's area of medical interest is in ophthalmology.
Dr Burkhardt (Partner)
MB BCh, MSc, MRCGP, DRCOG, Dip Ther, DPD, Dip Med Tox Cardiff 1984
Dr Burkhardt joined the practice in 1989 and was appointed senior partner of the practice in 2013. Dr Burkhardt works 4 days a week in the practice and also works as a Clinical Director for Cwm Taf health board for one day a week. He has a particular interest in therapeutics and liaises closely with the health board on medication issues. He is also the lead GP for diabetes and medical student education within the practice.
MB BS, MRCGP, DSM, DFFP London 1993 (Partner)
Dr Davies joined the practice in 2002. Dr Davies works 4 days a week in the practice. Dr Davies carries out minor operations within the practice’s regular minor operations clinics. Dr Davies is also a GP trainer, responsible for training the GP registrars, who work in the practice as part of their GP training. Dr Davies' area of medical interest is in orthopaedic medicine and he also runs a drug misuse clinic at the practice. He is an honorary tutor at the School of Pharmacy at University Hospital Wales. Dr Davies is happy to carry out consultations in Welsh so if you would like to have an appointment conducted in Welsh, please request an appointment with Dr Davies.
MB BCh MRCGP (GP partner)
Dr Harry Davies joined the practice in August 2016 as a partner having completed his GP training with the practice. Dr Davies works 4 days a week at the practice.
MB ChB Aberdeen 2007, MRCGP, DRCOG (Partner)
Dr Jessup joined the practice in April 2016 as a salaried GP. Dr Jessup works 8 sessions a week at the practice. He became a partner in October 2017.
State Exam Med Bonn, Germany 1991 (Salaried GP)
Dr Ueberhorst joined the practice in 2000, initially as a GP retainer, then as a salaried GP from 2010. Dr Ueberhorst works two and a half days at the practice.
Sister Youlden is the lead practice nurse and leads the team of practice nurses and health care assistants. She works full-time. She is a fluent Welsh speaker and is happy to conduct appointments in Welsh if patients wish. Sister Youlden specialises in the management of asthma and COPD in addition to carrying out general nursing appointments.
Sister Thomas is the practice nursing team's specialist in diabetes management. She also covers management of COPD as well as general nursing appointments.
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.
If you would like to have a nurse appointment conducted in Welsh, please ask to book your appointment with Sister Hawys Youlden.
Deb Radford, one of our healthcare assistants.
Lysha Owen, one of our healthcare assistants.
Donna Buckley is the practice phlebotomist.
The practice manager is responsible for managing all of the business aspects of the practice such as making sure that the right systems and procedures are in place to provide a high quality of patient care, human resources, finance, patient safety, premises, equipment and information technology. The practice manager supports the GPs and other medical professionals with delivering patient services and also helps to develop extended services to enhance patient care.
The practice Deputy manager is responsible for the day to day running of the reception team and appointments. They are also there to Deputise for the Practice Manager in their absence
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