Here you can find more information about the teams that work here at the practice. To learn more, click on a heading below.
Please also see this booklet here, as it gives you more information about the team that makes up your GP practice and their different job roles.
Dr James Cooling
Dr Carolien Lino
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. Married with two children. Love to travel and play tennis.
Dr Sergio Raise
Artsexamen (Rotterdam 1988) MRCGP DFFP
Joined the practice in May 2001 and has three children.
Dr Paul Reed
Joined the practice in March 2014 following 15 years as a GP in York.
Sister Patricia Bigger
RGN Dip Asthma, Dip COPD, Dip Diabetes and Cert in Cytology.
Sister Bigger is a Practice nurse with an interest in Hypertension, Chronic Kidney Disease, Women's health, Childhood immunisations, Travel and Long Term Conditions.
BSc Hons in Adult Nursing. Dip in Asthma and Dip in COPD. Masters in Cervical Screening. Interested in Long Term Conditions, Hypertension, Cervical Screening, Women's Health, Immunisations, Asthma and COPD.
Advanced Clinical Practitioners
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.
Many other staff employed by a variety of services use our surgery premises. Each member of staff has individual arrangements for making contact with patients and this will be explained to you if ever you need their services.
All our reception and administrative staff have formal training and their work is reviewed by annual appraisal.
They will do everything they can to help you but please remember that they have a difficult job especially at busy times of the day when they are responding to telephone calls and queries coming at them from all directions.
At all times, they are under the instructions of the doctors.
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.
Healthcare assistants support practice nurses and are able to do things like blood tests, blood pressure checks, ECGs, wound care, and some injections.
01262 400565 - This number connects you to the community clinic (the Medical Centre) and will usually be answered by the health visitors between 9.00 - 10.00am Monday to Friday. If they are unavailable, a message can be left on their answerphone. Carol Pallant is our health visitor and are responsible for the care of the under fives and the elderly. She is based at the Medical Centre, Bridlington.
01482 247111 (Option 3) - This connects you to the District Nurses office. They are usually available to take your calls until 4.00pm. Monday to Friday. If they are unavailable, a message can be left on their answerphone.