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Practice Management

Ms Debbie Nimblette (f)

Debbie has been the Practice Manager since 1999. In 2007 she became a Managing Partner. Having worked in the NHS since the 1980's later returning the late nineties, her experience spans the dramatic changes within general practice and the role of administration and management. 

She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the practice and manages all aspects of patient services, facilities management, financial probity, audits and services, computer system management (software & hardware), team supervision, patient liaison, strategic planning of service provision, complaints management, as well as in the past, Chaired and coordinated the Brent Borough-wide Practice Managers Forum for over nine years as well as participant of the CCG IT sub-committee for four years.

Debbie supports the GPs and other medical professionals with delivering strategies which help to develop and extend services to enhance patient care. Debbie manages a small but efficient team.


Ms Amanda Rose (f)

Mandy joined the practice on the 3rd July as our Senior Receptionist. She has a wealth of experience and knowledge which will help to improve our front office and patient facing services as well as another friendly face! 

Ms Jacqueline Phillips (f)

Jacqueline has been with the practice for over ten years. As receptionist, Jacqueline books appointments, deals with telephone and face to face queries, liaising with hospitals, recording prescriptions, ordering leaflets and clinical forms and equipment. Her adminstrative role includes monthly recalls of patients with long term conditions and smear recalls.

Mrs Natalie Nyack (f)

Natalie is the newest member of the team joining the practice in July 2018 she is a locum receptionist. Natalie brings a wealth of past experience in general practice and a warm and friendly smile.

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