Meet the Team

Our Doctors

Dr Louise Cornwall (Female GP partner)

MBBS BSc DCH MRCGP, DFFP.Trained at Kings College Hospital, London and registered in 1989.

Dr Catriona Stephens (Female GP partner)

MBBS, Bsc, MRCGP, DCH, DRCOG DFFP. Cardiff DPD 2013 Trained at St Mary’s Hospital, London and registered in 1993.

Dr Sarah Lourenco (Female GP partner)

B Med Sci, BMBS, DCH, DFFP, DRCOG, MRCGP (merit)Trained at Nottingham and registered in 2000.

Dr Rachael Urquhart (Female GP partner)

MBchB, DRCOG, MRCGP, DFFPTrained at Liverpool University and registered in 1991.

Dr Afiniki (Niki) Akanet (Female GP partner)

MRCGP 2019BSc University of Liverpool 2006 MBChB University of Warwick 2012

Dr Kate Smith (Female salaried GP)

MBBCHir MRCGP DCH DRCOG DFSRHDegree at Girton College, Cambridge University 1999-2004. Banbury Vocational Training Scheme for GPVTS :CCT 2009.

Dr Sally Owen (Female salaried GP)

BSc (Liverpool 2008), MBChB (Warwick 2011), MRCGP(2019), DFSRH

Dr Catherine O’Leary (Female salaried GP)

MBChB, MRCP, MRCGP (Distinction)Trained at Birmingham University 1991-1996.

Dr Lindsey Muscroft (Female salaried GP)

Lindsey M

MB ChB 2011 The University of Warwick

Nursing Team


Practice nurses are qualified and registered nurses. They can help with health issues such as family planning, healthy living advice, blood pressure checks and dressings.

The practice nurses run clinics for long-term health conditions such as asthma or diabetes, minor ailment clinics and carry out cervical smears.

Caroline Boulton (Female)


Jane McKenna (Female)


Debbie Davies (Female)


Zoe Horne (Female)

PCN Nurse Associate

Bernice Acheampong (Female)


Healthcare Assistants

Healthcare assistants support practice nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as phlebotomy (drawing blood), blood pressure measurement and new patient checks. They may act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor requests one.

Natalie Chamberlain (Female)

Healthcare Assistant

Jo Carter (Female)

Healthcare Assistant

Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Jacqui Hayward (Female)

Advanced Nursing Practitioners (ANP) are nurses who have undertaken a master’s level in clinical practice. ANPs have authority in patient diagnosis and are trusted to independently assess, diagnose, manage and care for patients with complex clinical issues.

Physician Associate

Simren Jasal (Female)

Practice Team

Jenny Falkner

Acting Practice Manager

Suzy Woodward

Operations Manager

Jen Wells

IT & Finance Manager

Jo Rawbone

Data Team

Holly Harwood

Data Team

Catherine Nicholls

Data Team

Ella Harriss-Maguire

Data Team

Tracey Martin

Practice Administrator

Rachel James

Practice Administrator

Sue Harrington

Practice Administrator

Dawn Kite


Becci Selway


Sian Jones


Patient Services

Patient Service Navigators 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. Patient Service Navigators 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.

Bev Matin-Hamed

Senior Patient Service Navigator

Rebecca Sturmey

Deputy Patient Services Team Lead

Ella Harriss-Maguire

Patient Service Navigator

Katy Emms

Patient Service Navigator

Milindi Prinsloo

Patient Service Navigator

Izzy Andrews

Patient Service Navigator

Sam Devlin

Patient Service Navigator

Precious Kimani

Patient Service Navigator

Carina Mannion

Patient Service Navigator

Kerry Fawdry-Jefferies

Patient Service Navigator

Clare Millar

Patient Service Navigator

Community Services

District Nurses

Our team of district nurses are attached to the practice and look after housebound patients and those who have recently been discharged from hospital. They can be contacted on 01865 902377 (there is an answer phone service in operation if the nurses are not in their office).

Health Visitors

Health visitors are registered nurses/midwives who have additional training in community public health nursing. We provide a professional public health service based on best evidence of what works for individuals, families, groups and communities; enhancing health and reducing health inequalities through a proactive, universal service for all children 0-5 years and for vulnerable populations targeted according to need.

Hightown and Windrush Health Visiting teams have merged and are now called Orchard Health Visiting Team. They are based at Orchard Health Centre, Cope Road, Banbury, OX16 2EZ. For support or advice, please TEXT the Health Visiting messaging service, Chat Health on 07312263081. All questions about your child’s health and/or development are welcome and no question is too “basic”. We are here to support you.

Midwife Team

All pregnancy care in Oxon is now carried out by community midwives, supported by the hospital service where needed. Your GP remains available for any non pregnancy-related issues.

To self-refer please ring:

Community Midwifery Team

Pharmacy Team


Answering questions about your medicines for example if you are worried about a side effect or have a question about how to take the medicine you have been prescribed.

  • Help with more complicated repeat requests.
  • Review your medicines with you to make sure you are getting the best from the medicines you are prescribed.
  • Review medicines after discharge from hospital so that records are accurate.

Jane Campbell (Female)

Lead Pharmacist

Miguel Gomez (Male)


Sonam Kotecha (Female)

PCN Pharmacist

Sarah Hussain (Female)

Pharmacy Technician

Sarah Sharp (Female)

Pharmacy Technician

Catherine Tipper (Female)

Medicine Management Clerk

Rebecca Billing (Female)

Medicine Management Clerk

Carol Copp (Female)

Medicine Management Clerk

Wellbeing Team

Craig Acock (Male)

MIND Mental Health Link Worker

Annette Swash (Female)

Care Co-ordinator

Taer Lok (Female)

MIND Child and Young Persons Practitioner

Karen Heslop (Female)

MIND Wellbeing Worker


Anup Ranbhise (Male)

First contact physiotherapist

Low back and neck pain are the greatest cause of years lost to disability in the UK, with chronic joint pain or osteoarthritis affecting more than 8.75 million people. In addition, musculoskeletal conditions also account for 30% of all GP appointments.

By 2024, all adults in England will to be able to see a musculoskeletal first contact physiotherapist at their local GP practice without being referred by a GP.

The vast majority of musculoskeletal first contact practitioners are physiotherapists with enhanced skills.

They can help patients with musculoskeletal issues such as back, neck and joint pain by:

  • assessing and diagnosing issues
  • giving expert advice on how best to manage their conditions
  • referring them onto specialist services if necessary.

Patients with back and joint pain, including conditions such as arthritis, will now be able to contact their local physiotherapist directly, rather than waiting to see a GP or being referred to hospital. Patients can also see a physiotherapist by speaking to the GP practice receptionist or by being referred by their GP.

By making it easier for patients to access physiotherapist, patients will have quicker access to diagnosis and treatment, helping them to manage their conditions more effectively and recover faster, so they can get back to normal life quickly. They will help GPs to manage their workload more effectively, and reduce the need for onward referrals.