Unity Health

Kimberlow Hill Surgery | Wenlock Terrace Surgery

Staff Profiles

Personal profiles on each of the GP’s at the Practice, including details of their clinical interests and qualifications.

GPs



 Dr Richard Wilcox

Dr Richard Wilcox (MBChB, DRCOG, MRCGP) studied at Birmingham University and joined the Practice as a Partner in April 2010.  Dr Wilcox had previously been a locum to the Practice before joining as a Partner.

Dr Wilcox has a special clinical interest in Palliative Care.

Outside of clinic hours, Dr Wilcox enjoys outdoor pursuits and horse riding.


Cathie-Dunn Dr Cathie Dunn

Dr Cathie Dunn (MBChB, DRCOG, MRCGP) studied at Sheffield University and joined the Practice as a Salaried GP in 2012.

Dr Dunn has worked in practices in the Midlands, Harrogate and York and is passionate about providing person centred care.

Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her family, especially when they get chance to explore new places with their touring caravan!


Sirvart-Yerestian Dr Sirvart Yeretsian

Dr. Sirvart Yeretsian (MBChB(Hons) BSc(Int Health) MRCGP) studied at the University of Leeds and since graduating has worked at several practices across Leeds and York.

Dr Yeretsian joined the Unity Health team as a salaried GP in Spring 2014.

In her spare time Dr Yeretsian can usually been found cooking, travelling or walking in the country.


  Dr Helen Scammell

Dr Helen Scammell (MBChB, MRCGP, DFSRH) Studied at Sheffield University and completed her GP training in surgeries across Rotherham and York.

Dr Scammell joined the Unity Health team as a salaried GP in July 2016.

Outside of work she enjoys baking, travelling and running.


Dr Wendy Wong

Dr Wendy Wong (MBChB, MRCGP, DRCOG) studied at Leeds Teaching University and completed her GP training in West Yorkshire.

Dr Wong joined the Unity Health team as a salaried GP in July 2017. Prior to joining Unity she spent 18 months working as a Doctor in New Zealand.

Outside of work she enjoys playing tennis, running and spending time with family and friends.


Dr Lizzie Pickles

(MBBS, MRCGP, DRCOG) studied at Hull York medical school, based at the University of York, and completed her GP training in Harrogate.

She joined the Unity team in September 2017.

In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her  young family, mountain biking and attempting triathlons.


Dr Amy Micklethwaite

(MBBS MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH) Studied at Newcastle-upon-Tyne medical school. She previously worked for 12 years in a practice in Middlesbrough and joined the Unity team in 2020.

She is passionate about teaching and training and works as a Training programme director for the Durham Tees Valley training programme.  Her other clinical interests are in women’s health.

Outside of work, she enjoys time with the family, caravan holidays and running.


Dr Anthony Butterfield

Dr. Butterfield (MBBS) studied medicine at HYMS and completed his GP training on the east coast in Scarborough and Whitby.

He has been a life long cricket fan and has been playing for Osbaldwick for 15 years. He joined Unity in January 2019 and also works in the oncology unit at York District.


Nursing Team

The Nurse Team have a wealth of knowledge and skills that spans many years of training and experience. They can deal with many medical problems, which may eradicate the need for a Doctors appointment. They also run specific clinics on services including Contraception and Travel Advice.

Practice Nurses

Debra Brabbs

Bridget Dawton

Llinos Connolly

Louise Sissons

Helen Miles

Jem Butler

Health Care Assistants

Laura Harrison

Lauren Smith

Charis Bodden

Phlebotomists

Bethanie Cartwright

Clinical Pharmacists

Gosia Parker

Rachel Burn


Management Team

Managing Partner


Louise Johnston

 Managers

Catherine Dalby

Lucy Hakings


The Unity Health Reception Team

Our team of receptionists are highly skilled and trained individuals who are there to help you make the most of your appointment experience.

Please be willing to answer questions that they have to ask you – they are trying to direct you to the correct clinician.

If you would like a confidential discussion – please ask the receptionist.

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