We have a large number of Doctors, Nurses and Healthcare Assistants (HCAs). You can choose to see whichever clinician you wish, although obviously the waiting times may be different for each clinician depending on the demands of all patients to see certain clinicians and their working arrangements (some of our Doctors, Nurses and HCAs work part time). We also have a dedicated Reception, Administration and Management team, who all contribute to the running of our surgery. Information on all of the staff working for Bedworth Health Centre and can be found below, whilst appointment availability can be found on the Opening Hours page, underneath the Opening Hours tab on our website.


Nurse C Frost (f)

Prior to the merge with Dr. Singh & Partners, Carol joined the Dr. Reily & Partners practice in 1995. As our Senior Nurse, Carol conducts a variety of examinations and procedures, whilst overseeing the running of the Nursing service and team.

Nurse Beverley Green (f)

Bev was a member of Dr. Reily & Partners surgery, having joined them in 2016, prior to the merge with Dr. Singh & Partners. Bev runs our Open Clinic whilst carrying out a range of duties in conjunction with our other Nurses.

Nurse Justine Goodwin (f)

Justine joined the practice in August 2011. She provides a wide range of services and performs numerous different procedures of varying degrees of complexity.

Nurse Laura Nightingale (f)
Nurse Patricia Howard (f)

Healthcare Assistants

Pat Gazey (f)

Pat joined the practice in September 2004. She carries out a range of routine tasks that would previously have had to be done by Nurse and provides support to our Practice Nurses and GPs.

Helen Poultney (f)

Helen joined the practice in April 2004 and combined her work as a Practice Administrator whilst she studied for a healthcare qualification. Helen is now a qualified Assistant Practitioner and carries out a range of routine tasks further to the Healthcare Assistant, that would previously have had to be done by Nurse, and provides support to our Practice Nurses and GPs.

Harriett Evans (f)
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