Attached Staff

Thornbrook Surgery is also used by other healthcare staff that are not associated with our practice but use our rooms to consult patients in the Chapel-en-le-Frith area. All of the healthcare professionals below manage their own patients and are best contacted through the channels below.


Zoe Golden – Zoe is a member of the High Peak Maternity Team and is the midwife for patients registered at Thornbrook Surgery. She works here every Tuesday. If you are newly pregnant, please fill in the form and read the information found on the Antenatal Care page of the website which you will find under Our services. If you have returned your form and are awaiting your first appointment, please wait for Zoe to contact you.

Clinical Pharmacist

Mr Riaz Ahmed

Riaz is a clinical pharmacist working for High Peak PCN and is based primarily at Thornbrook Surgery. He gained his expertise working in community pharmacy before he made the decision to move sector to work for the High peak PCN in 2020. He has a special interest in supporting patients with Long Term Conditions, as well as Deprescribing of medicines. He feels privileged to bring his medicines expertise to benefit patients at Thornbrook surgery. There is nothing Riaz enjoys more than spending time keeping active with his young family in the High Peak.


Stephen Davidson  is the physiotherapist at Chapel he is a Mobile Physio and works in the community.

To contact Stephen call 07401424685



3VHealthcare LTD provides consultant led outpatient clinics and diagnostic services in Chapel-en-le-Frith. Although some consultants from 3VH see patients at out surgery, they are a separate organisation to our Practice.

To contact 3VH phone 01298 600 850 or visit their website:


District Nurses

District nurses visit housebound patients at home. For patients who are mobile, they also provide a range of services at Chapel Health Centre.

Please contact the district nurses on 01298 815116.


Health Visitors

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.

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