Tadcaster Medical Centre
NHS England requires that the net earnings of doctors engaged in the practice is publicised, and the required disclosure is shown below.
However, it should be noted that the prescribed method for calculating earning is potentially misleading because it takes no account of how much time doctors spend working in the practice, and should not be used to form any judgment about GP earnings, nor to make any comparison with any other practice.
All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (e.g. average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.
The average pay for GPs working in Tadcaster Medical Centre practice in the last financial year was £108,441 before tax and National Insurance. This is for 2 full time GPs, 4 part time GPs and zero locums who worked in the practice for more than six months.
|Dr Wendy Reeves|
I joined the practice in 1991, one week before we moved to the current building. I qualified at the University of Sheffield.
In the practice I continue to enjoy consultations and I am usually available to see patients on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays and Saturday mornings on a rota. In addition to normal consultation work I carry out joint injections and some minor surgery.
I am also involved in the management of the Medical Centre with Sarah Botherway, the Practice Manager. This includes being the registered manager with the Care Quality Commission, meeting quarterly with our Patient Participation Group and being on the board of our Primary Care Network.
I have been a GP trainer at the practice since 2003. This has the benefit of bringing young GPs to the surgery and supervising their training increases the knowledge of all the doctors at the Medical Centre.
Outside the practice I plan and organise the education programme for GP Trainees as a Training Programme Director for the Harrogate GP Vocational Training Scheme. This includes attending (and sometimes delivering) the weekly educational sessions at the Harrogate hospital education centre. I also mentor new GP Trainers.
In my spare time I enjoy exercise as it makes me feel well. I regularly run, swim, cycle, walk and do pilates. I take part in triathlons and I am a member of both the Tadcaster Triathlon Club and Wetherby Runners.
Exercise has so many benefits that I have encouraged this by linking the practice with the Wetherby Park Run (a free 5k run or walk every Saturday morning) where I volunteer when I can. I have also facilitated the setting up of the 'Walking for Health' walks in Tadcaster.
|Dr Andrew Inglis|
I trained at Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School, University of London, and qualified in 1990. I completed my GP training in Chichester and Middlesbrough before joining the practice as a partner on 1st February 1995.
I enjoy the breadth of knowledge and experience that is required to be a General Practitioner but I also have special interests in the management of Diabetes and Substance Misuse problems. I perform some kinds of joint injections.
Away from work I enjoy keeping fit (through a combination of cycling, swimming, rowing and hill walking). I play the piano in a Jazz/Swing trio. I am a bell-ringer. I enjoy spending time at home maintaining my house and garden.
I am married with two sons and I live near York. My father was an NHS GP and my younger son is a medical student at Edinburgh University.
Dr Inglis is not usually available on a Tuesday.
|Dr Katy Turton|
I qualified from Leeds University School of Medicine in 1994 and completed my GP training in hospitals and practices around the Yorkshire region.
I joined the practice in August 1998 as a three quarter time partner and now work four sessions a week. My medical interests include women's, teenage and children's issues.
Dr Turton is usually available on a Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.
|Dr Kate Langridge|
I completed my medical degree in Leicester and graduated in 1999. I have worked in hospital medicine for several years and obtained my MRCGP before finally training as a GP in the York region. I have been a partner at Tadcaster since 2005.
Dr Langridge usually sees patients on a Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.
|Dr Alison Pitt|
I qualified in 1997 from University College London. I initially trained in paediatrics in London, Oxford and Bristol before training as a GP in York. I have been a partner at Tadcaster since 2005.
Dr Pitt is not usually available to see patients on a Monday.
|Dr James Reynolds|
Dr Reynolds joined us as a Salaried GP in September 2014 and became a partner in 2016.
He is not usually available on a Tuesday.
|Dr Rhea Dayal (f)|
Dr Dayal is our GP Registrar, she will be with us until late 2021.