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Dr Melanie Mather (f)

MA Cantab, MB BCh Oxon, MRCGP, DFFP

Dr Mather joined Chadsfield Medical Practice in 2007. In addition to core services, she performs contraceptive fitting and removal, and minor surgery joint injections.

Dr Mather qualified from Oxford Medical School in 1995. After a year training in New Zealand, she returned home to work as a junior doctor. She completed further training in Anaesthetics and as a Registrar before changing tack to spend time as an Expedition Medic in Mongolia. She completed her training in General Practice in Sheffield and after a stint as medic for the Himalayan Rescue Association in Nepal, she settled down to married life.

Dr Mather’s main interest is the great outdoors, including running and cycling. She also enjoys reading as member of a local book club.

Dr Meenal Gor (f)

MBChB (Manchester 1997), MRCGP (2004)

Dr Gor joined the practice as a Partner in 2005.

In addition to the usual GP services, she offers joint injections and minor surgical procedures such as removal of minor skin lesions.

Dr Gor offers early appointments on a Thursday morning and later appointments on a Monday evening for patients who wish to attend at these times (because of work or care commitments).

She enjoys time with her family especially drawing or cooking with her two daughters, listening to music and relaxing by doing yoga.

Dr Rachel Kilroy (f)

RachelMBChB Manchester 1997, DCH, DRCOG, DFFP, MRCGP

Dr Rachel Kilroy joined the practice in 2008.

She has a keen interest in dermatology, having completed hospital posts in this speciality, women’s health , sexual health and paediatrics and enjoys Manchester University medical student teaching.

Dr Kilroy lives locally and enjoys her three children (and their activities), hiking, friends and travel.

Dr Sarah Cam (f)

Sarah CBSc(Hons) (2005, Durham), MBChB (2010, Warwick), MRCP(UK) (2013), DRCOG (2015), MRCGP (2017)

Dr Cam qualified as a doctor in 2010 and has worked in the Greater Manchester area since.  Dr Cam completed two years of training in hospital medicine before commencing GP

Her role at the practice involves teaching medical students. Areas of interest include respiratory medicine and chronic disease management.

Dr Helen Flynn (f)


MBChB Sheffield 2013, DRCOG, MRCGP

Dr Helen Flynn is a newly qualified GP. Trained as a Doctor at Sheffield University, qualifying in 2013.

Has a specialist interest in teaching and womens health

Mrs Cath Pierce (f)

CathRN BSc Hons, CSP

Advanced Practitioner

Many of our patients will already know Mrs Pierce , she has been with the practice since 2003 as an experienced senior Practice Nurse. However, Cath has successfully completed her MSc in Advanced Practice in 2013 and has since then been employed within Chadsfield Medical Practice as an Advanced Practitioner. This means that she is now able to deal with many of the problems you would normally take to a doctor.

Mrs Pierce is qualified to assess and examine patients, make a diagnosis and prescribe treatment. She can also make referrals to most hospital doctors or other health care professionals. She works closely with our GPs and liaises with them about patient care.

Mrs Fiona Roscoe (f)

FionaMrs Roscoe, MSC Advanced Practice,  qualified as an Advanced practitioner in 2010. She has expertise in, amongst others, dementia, womens and childrens health.

Mrs Roscoe can assess, diagnose, refer and prescribe for both children and adults, working closely with her GP Partners. 

What can the Advanced Practitioners help with?

On the day appointments are available with the ANPs. Below is a list of the types of problems our ANPs can assess and treat. If you are still unsure please contact reception about the nature of your problem and they will be able to advise you as to which of our clinicians is the most appropriate for you to see. Our reception staff all understand the need for confidentiality and discretion as part of their role, for which they are fully trained.

  • Tonsillitis
  • Chest infections
  • Ear infections
  • Sinusitis
  • Poorly controlled asthma
  • Hay fever
  • Exacerbations of COPD
  • Skin Infections / Impetigo
  • Skin rashes
  • Urine infections
  • Continence issues
  • Vaginal discharge
  • Contraception queries
  • Constipation
  • Persistent Diarrhoea / Vomiting
  • Haemorrhoids
  • Back pain, knee pain and hip pain

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