Meet the Team

Our Doctors

Dr Sheetal Majevadia (m)
MB BS DCH DRCOG London 1995 MRCGP D.Occ.Med (Senior partner)

Dr Monica Green (f)
MB ChB Edinburgh 1994 DGM MRCGP (partner)

Dr Andrew Bancroft (m)
MB ChB Leicester-Warwick 2005 MRCGP DRCOG DPD (partner)

Dr Bryony Straw (f)
BMedSci BMBS (Nottingham 2003) MRCGP DFSRH DRCOG (2008) (partner)

Dr Rachel Tindale (f)
MB ChB Leicester-Warwick 2004, MRCGP, DCH, DRCOG, DFSRH, BSc

Dr Majella O’Brien (f)
MB ChB Leicester 2008, MRCGP, BSc Hons, RGN, DipN, CTLLS

Dr Rebecca Cooke (f)
MB ChB Warwick 2011 MRCGP (2019) BSc hons

Dr Peter Whidborne (m)
MB ChB Birmingham 1987 MRCGP

Our Nursing Team

Marie White (f)
Practice Nurse
RGN, BSc (Hons)

Marie White, is a registered nurse who has undertaken a specific nurse practitioner course of study to 1st degree level (honours). She offers a complementary source of care to that offered by the GPs. She will be able to assess your problem and treat minor illnesses which may otherwise have been seen by the GP eg. upper respiratory, eye, skin, abdomen illnesses and gynaecology, to name but a few. She is able to issue prescriptions for minor illnesses but cannot issue sick notes.

Carol Foster
Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Carol is a registered nurse with a master’s degree in advanced clinical Practice. She joined our team in 2022 and has 20yrs experience in secondary care At UHCW working in renal dialysis and acute medicine. Her role enables her to independently assess and treat patients with minor illnesses as well as acute and chronic problems that would otherwise be seen by a GP. These include respiratory, ear, nose and throat, eye, skin and abdominal conditions. She has a special interest in Blood pressure control, Cholesterol management and Diabetes. Carol is able to prescribe medication and issues sick notes.

Kirsty Darling (f)
Practice Nurse
RN, BSc (Hons)

Kirsty completed her nurse training at Coventry University and qualified in 2008. She started off on the dialysis unit at UHCW until July 2016 where she came and joined Broomfield park medical centre as a practice nurse.

Kirsty really enjoys her role as a practice nurse and is dedicated to health promotion and educating patients on how to lead healthier lives. Kirsty has specialist interests in wound care, ear wax removal and the cervical screening programme.

She likes new challenges, learning new skills and broadening her knowledge in all aspects of nursing.

Jessica Reay (f)
Apprentice Health Care Assistant

Jessica holds a Level 2 in Health & Social Care and is currently on the Chamber of Commerce Apprenticeship Programme to complete a Level3 in Health and Social Care with a Care Certificate. Jessica will have completed this training by Summer 2023.

Our Practice Team

Mr Nathan Moore (m)
Practice Manager

Our practice manager will be pleased to receive any sort of feedback on services. We pride ourselves in offering first class care for our patients and utilise relevant feedback to continually improve patient service and processes.


Our team of receptionists are your first point of contact with our practice. They will try to meet all your requirements. Please note Reception have policies and procedure’s to follow to ensure the services provided by the practice run smoothly. This may lead to you being asked several questions when making an enquiry. Please be patient with them and help them to deal with all patient requests.


The secretarial team deal with the day to day referrals into secondary care (hospitals) and private appointments. If you have any queries relating to a referral then please ring the practice to speak to one of the secretaries. The secretarial team are generally available between 8.30am and 3.30pm each working day.

Administration Team

Behind the scenes our administration team work tirelessly to ensure the surgery ticks, these are often staff patients will never see unlike our front facing receptionists. The administration team undertake a huge range of tasks behind the scenes that support our clinical team and the practice manager with;

  • Recalling of patients with long term conditions, requiring Immunisations, smears, repeat blood tests
  • Ensuring Quality of Care for patients
  • Health and Safety of patients and staff
  • Registrations and changes of patients personal details
  • Issuing of medical records requests
  • Summarising of patients clinical records and clinical coding of letters from the hospital, 111 and other agencies
  • Building Maintenance

Our Attached Staff

Community Midwives

There is a community midwife attached to the practice offering Mums advice and support during pregnancy.

Health Visitors

There is a health visitor attached to the practice to give advice and monitor the health and development of children and families


As a patient, relative or carer sometimes you may need to turn to someone for help, advice or support.  The Patient Advice and Liaison Service act independently when handling concerns regarding hospital care.  They sort out problems quickly and can guide you through the different NHS services available.  They can also refer you and your family to specific local or national-based support agencies where appropriate.  The telephone number is 024 7624 6002.


There are many additional support staff that come into the practice in order to provide additional services to our patients. For instance: health visitors, midwives, district nurses, community psychiatric nurses etc. These clinicians work closely with practice staff. Everyone working for the NHS has a legal duty to keep information about you confidential.