Our Practice Team
Here you can find more information about the teams that work here at the practice. To learn more, click on a heading below.
Please view the booklet, as it gives you more information about the team that makes up your GP practice and their different job roles.
The practice manager looks after the day to day administration, planning and development of the practice as well as dealing with personnel management and customer service issues. We hope that you will always be satisfied with our service.
However, if you have any concerns, comments, suggestions or complaints, the practice manager is your first point of contact. She is also responsible for IT and electronic records and system support.
Diane Moylan and Carole Pashley
The Assistant Managers assist the Practice Manager and deputise in their absence.
All our reception and administrative staff have formal training and their work is reviewed by annual appraisal.
You will be asked the reason for your visit. This information will help them make sure that you see the most appropriate member of the primary care team.
They are bound by strict rules of confidentiality so you may rest assured that anything you say to them will be treated with the appropriate respect.
Dr Carolien Lino (f)
Artsexamen 1996 Amsterdam, DRCOG 1999, Certificate in Practical Palliative Care for GP's (Teeside) 2006, Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education (HYMS) 2012, Fellow of Higher Education Academy 2012
Involved as Clinical Tutor and Educational Supervisor. Undergraduate Year 3 HYMS since 2006, accredited for GP training May 2016.
Dr Sergio Raise (m)
MRCGP, DFFP, ATLS, ALS
Dr Raise studied medicine in Rotterdam and graduated in 1988. He completed his GP training in Hull and East Riding and qualified as a GP in 1999. He worked as the GP Prescribing Lead for the East Riding of Yorkshire CCG, and is now the GP Prescribing Lead for the Integrated Care System of the Humber Area. Dr Raise also works as an Honorary Lecturer for the Hull York Medical School. Dr Raise joined the practice in May 2001.
Dr Geoffrey Ritho Luhunga (m)
Dr Laura Salmon (f)
MPharm 2007 ( University of Nottingham), PGDip Medicines Management 2010 (University of Derby) , BMBS 2014( University of Nottingham), Post graduate certificate in medical education 2019 Hull York Medical School, MRCGP 2022. Mum of toddler enjoys jumping in puddles.
Dr Albert Twinomugisha (m)
Dr Vivienne Mankarious (f)
MBBS, MRCPCH, PGCert, MRCGP
Dr Mankarious studied medicine at HYMS, graduating in 2010. She worked in paediatrics and neonates for several years in Yorkshire and Manchester hospitals, obtaining MRCPCH in 2016. Dr Mankarious then switched to GP training, obtained PGCert HYMS in 2020 and qualified as a GP in 2023. Dr Mankarious joined the practice in August 2023. She enjoys travelling and taking long walks in her free time.
Sister Emma Shann (f)
Emma qualified with a BSc Hons in Adult Nursing at The University of Hull in 2016. She gained further qualifications to become a Practice Nurse. These include: Asthma, COPD, Diabetes, Chronic Heart Disease, Cytology Screening, Hypertension, Learning Disability Reviews, Dementia Reviews and Childhood Immunisations. Emma has a keen interest in Respiratory Conditions.
Emma joined the practice in 2019, and is our Lead Nurse.
Sister Patricia Bigger (f)
Tricia is a Practice Nurse with an interest in Hypertension, Chronic Kidney Disease, Women's health, Childhood immunisations, Travel and Long Term Conditions.
She joined the practice in 2015.
Karen Eckersley (f)
Sarah Mead (f)
Diane Mixture (f)
Diane has worked for many years as a Practice Nurse and School Nurse. She undertakes Long Term Condition annual reviews (asthma / COPD / Diabetes / CHD), and works as part of the practice Nursing Team. Diane also undertakes baby immunisations, injections, smears and wound care. Diane joined Humber Primary Care in September 2023 after moving to the area earlier that year, and has a keen interest in Diabetes and physical health and wellbeing.
Advanced Clinical Practitioners
Kirsty Thompson (f)
Michelle Harding (f)
RN, BSc, MSc
Musculoskeletal (MSK) First Contact Practitioners
As part of the wider team in general practice, GP Assistants provide a support role, carrying our administrative tasks, combined in some areas with clinical duties. They help to free up GP's time and contribute to the smooth running of appointments, improving patients experience in the surgery.
Health Care Assistants
Healthcare assistants support practice nurses and are able to do things like blood tests, blood pressure checks, ECGs, wound care, and some injections.
Danielle has worked for the NHS for the last nine years. Two years ago, Danielle wanted to develop her role and become more clinical. Humber Primary Care provided the training for Danielle to complete her clinical skills in becoming a Health Care Assistant. Danielle has recently become part of the research team and strives to provide gold standard care for patients and their families.
Danielle is also one of our Infection Control leads at Humber Primary Care.
Pharmacy Technicians prepare and supply medicines for prescriptions under the supervision of the Pharmacists.