Meet the Team

As a Training Practice we are committed to providing medical students from Manchester University the opportunity to learn about general practice and, hopefully, encourage them to want to be GPs in the future.

We are delighted to confirm that we have received Gold Awards for Excellence in teaching Medical Students in years 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2022.

We very much appreciate all the patients who have been kind enough to assist the practice with this


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 removals.

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 has additional medical roles as GP Appraiser, GP Mentor and Medical Examiner

Dr Mather’s main interest is the great outdoors, including running (very slowly) and triathlons. 

Dr Meenal Gor (f)

MBChB (Manchester 1997), MRCGP (2004)

Dr Gor joined the practice as a Partner in 2005.

Dr Gor offers later appointments on a Thursday 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)

MBChB 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 Helen Flynn (f)

MBChB Sheffield 2013, DRCOG, MRCGP

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

She has a specialist interest in teaching and women’s health.

Dr Rachel Dullehan (f)

Dr Dullehan trained as a GP in Birmingham.

Lives in Derbyshire. Enjoys travelling and skiing with her family

Dr Christopher Page (m)

Dr Page qualified as a Dr in Sheffield and then trained to be a GP in Stockport.

Dr Page has a special interest in older people and palliative care.

When he is not working he loves reading and travelling. He is also an excellent baker!!

Dr Vicky La-Borde (f)

Dr La-Borde qualified from University of Nottingham Medical school in 2015 and moved to Manchester after graduating. Prior to starting GP training in South Manchester she worked in Christchurch, New Zealand for a year.

She has a varied working week with clinical work at Chadsfield, medical student teaching at Manchester University and the GP fellowship. She has particular interests in Women’s’ health, teaching and greener General Practice. Her sessions at Chadsfield are Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursday mornings.

In her spare time Dr La-Borde enjoys keeping active by running and cycling and improving my crochet skills. 

Dr Rangel (m)

Nursing Team

Fiona Roscoe

Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Fiona has 25 years of experience in primary care settings in different nursing roles based in surgeries, hospitals, and home visiting.

She is experienced with acute and chronic illnesses, palliative care, and sees patients with Diabetes. Fiona is qualified to see patients from age 3 months to 100 plus.

Sister Michelle Adshead (f)


Sr. Adshead is a very experienced qualified Registered Practice Nurse. Trained in 1987,  She has previously worked in areas including Accident and Emergency and as a District Nurse.

Sr. Adshead runs clinics for long term health conditions such as asthma, COPD, travel and diabetes. She gives vaccinations including baby immunisations, smears, health checks, family planning and healthy living.

When she isnt working Michelle is busy looking after her family, she has two children and three dogs and loves walking in the countryside

Miss Emma McConnell (f)

Nurse Associate

Miss Sue Cripps (f)

Healthcare Assistant

24hr BP

B12 Injection

BP Check


COPD Review

Diabetic Foot Check

Pre-diabetes Talk


Fit for Surgery 

General Health Checks

HRT Check

PARIS Referral

Pill Check

Pneumonia Injection



Practice Team

Mrs Sarah Griffiths (f)

Practice Manager

Sarah worked in the NHS as a Midwife for 12 years before training and working as a Health Visitor for 7 years.

This was followed by 7 years in the private sector working for a recruitment business. Outside of work she spends most of her time walking and running with her dog, or on the sides of a lacrosse pitch cheering on her 3 children.

Mrs Hayley Whitehead (f)

Reception Manager

Hayley joined the practice in August 2002 as a receptionist, taking up the post as Reception Supervisor in December 2008.

Hayley lives locally and is married with 3 school aged children, she enjoys spending her free time with her family, especially watching her boys playing football. Hayley is an animal lover, who loves long walks with her dog.

Mrs Valerie Morris (f)

Prescription Clerk


Receptionists provide an important link for patients with the practice and are your initial contact point for general enquiries. They can provide basic information on services and results and direct you to the right person depending on your health issue or query. Receptionists make most of the patient appointments with the GPs and nurses. They also perform other important tasks such as issuing repeat prescriptions and dealing with prescription enquiries, dealing with financial claims, dealing with patient records and carrying out searches and practice audits. 

We want Chadsfield Medical Practice to be a safe, calm and healthy environment for our patients and staff at all times. Our committed and dedicated staff are our most valuable asset. Verbal and physical abuse or harassment of them is totally unacceptable. We encourage staff and our patients and visitors to report all incidents of harassment and violence.

Police assistance will always be requested when violent incidents occur and Chadsfield Medical Practice will support staff who wish to bring private prosecutions against the perpetrators of abuse or harassment.

Mrs Karen Yates (f)


Mrs Julia Mellor (f)


Mrs Julie Thompson (f)


Mrs Julie Johnson (f)


Mrs Debbie Collins (f)


Mr Liam Needham (m)


Miss Jess Robinson (f)


Miss Olivia Rowles (f)


Mrs Janet Willis (f)


Mrs Catherine Berry (f)



Mrs Jo Higginbottom (f)


Additional Staff

Community Midwives

Sister Eleana Howard (f)

Community Midwife

Eleana is available at the antenatal clinic on Mondays for help and advice during pregnancy.

Community Nurses

The District Nurses are based at Woodley Health Centre and work closely with our clinical staff when patients have been referred for continuing care in the community.