Our people


Practice Manager

Charlotte Stroud

Senior GP

Dr M Kebbeh
MD, MRCP(UK) , DFFP( London)
Qualified: 1988- Aleppo University

Additional languages: Arabic

Special interest: Respiratory Medicine, Mental Health

Practice nurse

Our practice nurse is on duty for pre-booked appointments and sees patients for routine procedures such as dressings, ear syringing and general advice. 

Please book appointments through reception. 

Charley Pick and Nichola Batt.

Spalding GP Surgery is managed by Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust.

Management and administrative team

Our GPs are supported by an excellent administration team.  

The team includes a practice manager, admin team and a team of receptionists.  

The receptionists are often your first contact with the practice:

  • making appointments
  • delivering messages
  • receiving requests for repeat prescriptions and generally looking after you

They have a difficult job but are always trying to help. All our staff are trained in confidentiality and the patient medical computer system.


The practice manager ensures the smooth running of the practice. They liaise with members of staff, listen to your suggestions and generally oversee the day to day running of the practice. Please speak directly to the practice manager if you have any queries, suggestions or complaints.

Attached staff

Attached staff work at the practice, increasing the services available to our patients, but are not directly employed by us. They are valuable members of our team and include the following:

  • District nurses: Our District Nursing Team is responsible for the provision of continuing care for all patient groups, especially the elderly, chronically sick and disabled within their home environment. Messages can be left on the answer phone number 01775 652163. Please note referrals have to be initiated by the surgery. Patients are not able to self refer into this service.
  • Health visitors: The health visitors take a special interest in children 0-6 years and their mothers.  Usually they will visit all new-born children at ten days and will contact all newly registered families with children under six years of age within one week.  They can be contacted on 01522 843000.
  • Midwife: Are you planning to have a baby? Care of your child begins before you get pregnant. Make sure that your immunisations and cervical smear are up to date. Take extra folic acid (available as Pre-Conceive from your chemist) to help to prevent spina bifida. If you think you are pregnant, please make an early appointment with the midwife directly to discuss your pregnancy. When under the care of the midwife you will be given a number to contact giving direct access to them rather than having to contact the surgery.
  • Associate Physician - medically trained, generalist healthcare professionals, who work alongside doctors and provide medical care as an integral part of the multidisciplinary team.

  • First Contact Physio - The vast majority of musculoskeletal first contact practitioners are physiotherapists with enhanced skills. They can help patients with musculoskeletal issues such as back, neck and joint pain

  • Clinical Pharmacist - Clinical pharmacists are increasingly working as part of general practice teams. They are highly qualified experts in medicines and can help people in a range of ways. This includes carrying out structured medication reviews for patients with ongoing health problems and improving patient safety, outcomes and value through a person-centred approach.

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