Practice Staff

The Doctors | The Nurses | Other Medical Staff | Administrative Staff

The Doctors

Dr Bob Mortimer
MBBCh (Wales 1983) DRCOG FRCGP Dip. Med. Ed.
Dr Mortimer joined the practice in 1993 having previously been a GP in Gorseinon for 5 years.  He has interests in minor surgery, medical education and assessment of doctors in training.  He is the lead tutor in the practice for medical students from both Swansea and Cardiff Universities and teaches trainee GPs within the practice.

Dr Cathryn Bevan
MBBCh (Wales 1991) MRCGP DFSRH
Dr Bevan grew up in Swansea and trained as a doctor in Cardiff.  She joined the practice in 1996.  Dr Bevan has an interest in female health issues and genito-urinary medicine.  She is also a GP trainer.

Dr Martin Sullivan

BM (Soton 1994) DRCOG FRCGP MSc.Med.Ed
After training in Southhampton, Dr Sullivan returned to his home town of Swansea and joined the practice in 1999.  Dr Sullivan has an interest in cardiovascular disease.  Dr Sullivan also helped establish the Swansea Out of Hours Service, of which he is a former Director. He is interested in training new GPs and has completed a Masters Degree in Medical Education; he is presently a Course Organiser for the Swansea Training Scheme.  His hobbies include golf & The Swans.

Dr Richard Thomas
MA (Hons 1991) MBBChir MRCP MRCGP
Dr Thomas grew up in Swansea before moving to Cambridge to train as a doctor.  Since then he has worked in the Midlands, New Zealand and Southampton before returning to Swansea in 2000 to train as a GP.  He joined the surgery in 2003.  He is interested in rheumatology and will at times inject certain joints with steroids.  He is also interested in recruiting patients into research trials in General Practice (since most trials are only carried out on hospital patients and do not tell us what works in the wider community).

Mae Dr Thomas wedi dysgu i siarad y Gymraeg ac yn eitha rugl. Mae’i blant yn mynd i ysgolion Cymraeg.

Dr Charlotte Green
Dr Green trained in Cardiff Medical School in 2001.  Dr Green joined the practice in 2010 and currently works 3 and a half days at the Kingsway Surgery.  Dr Green has an interest in female health and implanon insertion.

Dr Shirley Sinha
BM (Soton 1986) MRCGP DGM DFFP
Dr Sinha was born and raised in London to German/Indian parents. She trained in Southampton and gradually worked her way west before settling in Swansea in 1996. Dr Sinha joined the practice in 2004. She has an interest in contraception and fits coils and contraceptive implants.

Dr Nicola Gorst
MBBCh (Wales 2004) MRCGP DRCOG
Dr Gorst grew up in the North West of England and moved to Wales to attend Cardiff Medical School in 1999.  In 2005 she moved to Swansea to embark on GP training, which she completed in 2008 here at the Kingsway Surgery.  After completing her training she worked in and around Swansea as a sessional GP before returning back to the Kingsway Surgery in April 2014.  Dr Gorst works 3 mornings and 1 afternoon a week.

Dr Sara Perman
MBBCh (Cardiff 2009) MRCGP DFSRH
Dr Perman trained in Cardiff Medical School.  She completed her GP training here at the Kingsway Surgery in 2014 and returned as a salaried GP in 2015.  She has an interest in contraception and fits coils and implants.  Dr Perman is also the prescribing lead in the practice.

Dr Rebecca Jenkinson
MA (Hons 2003) MBBChir (2008) MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH PGDip.Med.Ed
Dr Jenkinson grew up in Swansea before moving to Cambridge to study medicine.  She then worked as a junior doctor in London before moving back to Swansea to train as a GP.  Dr Jenkinson completed her training at the Kingsway Surgery and now works here as a fully qualified GP since August 2015.  She has an interest in Medical Education and helps with medical student teaching.  She also fits implants and coils and will do certain joint injections.

General Practitioner Trainees
Our practice is a training/teaching practice. Our trainees are fully qualified doctors with hospital experience. Trainees are attached to our practice for up to 12 months and usually become general practitioners after completing their training.

As part of the training and examination process, there is a requirement to video a number of consultations. Your written permission will always be sought for this.

Medical Students
We undertake a programme of teaching medical students and express our thanks to all our patients and staff for their co-operation in this process.

A strict protocol is followed and the receptionist will inform a patient that a medical student will be present during consultation and consent will always be sought before you see the doctor.

The Nurses
The surgery has an excellent nursing team providing a superb range of expertise. Within the practice, our nurses perform a number of roles and have many different abilities, some of which are detailed below. When booking an appointment with one of our nurses our reception team will be able to ensure that you see the most appropriate nurse for your needs

Sister Lynne Evans
B12 injections
Contraceptive pill renewals & contraceptive injections
Diabetic clinic
Prostap injections
Swabs (double appointment needed)
Vaccinations, including travel vaccinations
Wound care
Zoladex injections

Sister Teresa Davies
Asthma clinic
B12 injections
Contraceptive pill renewals & contraceptive injections
Prostap injections
Swabs (double appointment needed)
Vaccinations, including travel vaccinations
Wound care

Mr Jonathan Thomas
Jonathan is our Nurse Practitioner and in addition to running an afternoon clinic to see patients diagnosed with asthma, cardiovascular, COPD and diabetic, he is available for consultations in open access surgery on a Monday morning.

Mrs Nicola Probert
24 hour blood pressure monitoring
Assists with Minor Operations and Implanons 
Blood pressure
Blood tests (if phlebotomist unavailable)
Cardiovascular clinic
Ear syringing
Minor Dressings
New patient health checks
Removal of stitches
Weight & height measuring

The phlebotomist is available to take blood samples every Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 8.30am-10.00am.

Appointments are allocated on a “first come first served” basis.  Patients are required to bring their blood test request forms with them to enable the phlebtomist to perform the correct tests.  Please remember to observe any special instructions relating to your blood tests such as “fasting” tests, which means that you should not have anything to eat or drink except water from 8pm the evening before your test.

Patients who are not able to attend the surgery for blood tests can have their blood taken by the Pathology Department at Singleton Hospital, Morriston Hospital or Neath Port Talbot Hospital.

Other Medical Staff
Additionally, the practice has the services of:

District Nurses Sister Jayne Trew, Sister Donna Morgan and health care assistant Mrs Yvonne Jones are able to visit patients in their own home when necessary to attend to a wide range of nursing requirements.  The district nursing team can be contacted at the Central Hub on 01792 530790.

Health Visitors Ms Tania Eaton and Mrs Ann Flynn take a lead in child health surveillance and immunisation, as well as supporting parents & children in the community. They also have a role in assisting with the needs of the elderly.

Midwife Mrs Caroline Rees is responsible for the provision of antenatal care within the practice.

Exercise Therapist Mrs Gill Kelly has a background in cardiac rehabilitation and runs our gym on the second floor of the surgery.  She is responsible for fitness assessments and the devising and supervision of individual exercise plans for patients.

Mental Health Liaison Nurse Mrs Julie Healey works a Monday afternoon and all day on a Tuesday in the practice and provides mental health assessments and counselling.  Appointments are arranged by referral from the doctors.

These teams work closely with us here at the surgery and are integral to the high quality of care that we are able to deliver at the Kingsway Surgery.

Administrative Staff
We are delighted to have an excellent team of reception & clerical staff who work very hard to ensure the smooth running of the surgery – without them the surgery simply wouldn’t function. Our staff always endeavour to help patients as much as they feasibly can and to treat the practice’s patients with courtesy & respect. In return we respectfully ask that patients treat our staff in a similar fashion.

Practice Manager
Miss Karen Willett is a partner of the practice and is responsible for the day-to-day smooth running of the practice and the financial monitoring and organisation of health services. Any concerns, complaints or suggestions you may have should be addressed to the Practice Manager.

Medical Secretary
Miss Alison Foot is available to answer any queries you have in relation to referrals and you can contact her on the normal surgery telephone number.

Office Staff
Mrs Judith Bevan, Mrs Janet Wood, Mrs Nicola Margetts, Mrs Diana Cursio, Ms Lynsey Hughes, Miss Rebecca Godbeer, Miss Holly Cooper, Miss Leah Perry, Mr Luke Rees & Miss Carys Jones

Prescribing Clerks
Mrs Alison Davies, Miss Holly Cooper and Miss Leah Perry