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Partner, BA MA MB BChir Cambridge 2003 MRCGP
Dr. Snowden qualified in Medicine at Cambridge university in 2003. He trained as a GP in Suffolk, before relocating to Chester 2008 where he join The Elms Medical Practice.
His Special Interest are, Dermatology, Minor Surgery and Mental Health.
In his spare time Dr. Snowden enjoys Football, Running and Hiking.
Partner, MB ChB Liverpool 2006, MRCGP, MRCP
Dr. Magrath graduated from Liverpool University in 2006, he then joined the Elms Medical Practice as GP in 2014.
He has a Special Interest in; General Medicine and Cardiology
Dr. Magrath is also newly qualified GP Trainer and a Joint Clinical Director for our local Primary Care Network.
Outside of work as well as having a young family, he also enjoys the outdoors, especially riding bikes.
Partner, MBBS Newcastle 2008, MRCGP, PGDipSEM
Salaried GP, Manchester 1988 MbChB
Dr. Cleeton qualified form Manchester University in 1988, Completed GP training in Wrexham, she then set up a surgery from new in Borras Park in the 90's.
She has spent 7 years as a GP in a rural town in New Zealand. on her return to the UK Dr.Cleeton has worked in Chirk & Oswestry the joined the Elms in 2018.
Special interests are in women's health, nutrition & encouraging a physical and healthy lifestyle.
She practices what she preaches and participates in a very healthy and active lifestyle attending Zumba & HITT classes, as well a weekend walking. Enjoys the theatre & live performances.
Other interest include being a keyboard playing in a Jazz band who play all over Chester/North west, raising money for charities.
Salaried GP, MBChB Liverpool 2014, MRCGP 2020
Salaried GP MBChB Liverpool 2013, MRCGP, DRCOG
Dr. Hughes qualified at Liverpool University in 2013 and also did her training in Liverpool too. She Joined the Elms Medical Practice as a Locum in 2020 and is now one of our GP's.
Her special area of interest is Women's Health.
Interests outside work are Running and Gardening.
Advanced Nurse Practitioner
David qualified in 2009 and went on to work at the Countess of Chester Hospital in AMU then worked in WiCs and Primary Care Unit in A & E,
Before starting here at The Elms Medical Practice in 2016. David has a Masters Degree in Advance Clinical Practice which allows him to prescribe medication.
Outside work David enjoys spending time with his family and Rock Climbing.
The healthcare assistant's role is to assist the GP and nurses to provide care. They can do a number of tasks, such as, taking blood, ECGs, BPs, Health Checks.
We have healthcare clinics every day of the week at Fountains.
Assistant to the Practice Manager
Our Reception Team do a fantastic job in keeping the practice running smoothly and looking after the interests of the patients. The phones and reception desk can be very busy so if you have to wait we would welcome your patience.
The reception/Admin Team don't just answer the phone and book appointments they have a wide range of duties like;
Prescription requests for GP's
Action results, when GP's have reviewed them.
Invite patients in for reviews.
Request Fit for Work notes and send to patients
Accept incoming samples
Liase with Pharmacies, hospitals and other GP practices.
Register new patients
incoming and outgoing post
We have District Nurses attached to the practice who provide nursing care for patients confined to their homes, Wendy Williams, Lisa Latham, Anne Carter and Lowri Evans. They can be contacted on Tel: 01244 319189, Fax: 01244 347940.
Health Visitors can be contacted on 01244 381366. If you are unable to contact them on this number, please leave a message with one of the Receptionists