Dr Roger Morris (M)
MB BS FRCGP DGM
Dr Roger Morris qualified from Kings College Hospital in London in 1988 and has worked at Llanedeyrn Health Centre since 1993. He works 6 sessions a week at the practice and is also the Community Director for the Cardiff East cluster and works 1 day a week for Cardiff University.
He has a particular interest in patients with cardiac problems, respiratory problems, palliative care and patients with alcohol or drug problems.
Dr. John Shewring (M)
MBBch FRCGP DRCOG
Dr John Shewring qualified from University of Wales College of Medicine in 1991 and has worked at Llanedeyrn Health Centre since 1996. He works 6 sessions a week at the practice. He has an interest in GP education and training and is a GP trainer. He is also a GP Appraiser for Cardiff University.
He has a clinical interest in Dermatology (skin lesions), ENT, minor surgery and joint injections, and managing patients with drug and alcohol problems.
Dr Amanda Faulkner (F)
Dr Amanda Faulkner qualified from the University of Wales College of Medicine in 1993 and has worked at Llanedeyrn Health Centre since 2000. She works 6 sessions a week at the practice splitting her time between the Llanedeyrn and Llanrumney sites.
She has particular interests in Women’s Health, Sexual Health, Mental Health, Prescribing and is involved in the training of new GPs.
Dr George Brand (M)
MBChB MRCPCH MRCGP
George qualified from The University of Bristol in 2010. He has been working in Wales since then and before starting his training in General Practice spent some time working in Paediatrics.
He started at Llan Healthcare as a registrar in August 2017 and since completing his training has stayed on working 4 days a week across both sites.
He has a particular interest in Paediatrics and Child Health.
Dr Gareth Powell (M)
Dr Gareth Powell qualified from University of Wales College of Medicine in 2004 and has worked at Llan Healthcare since 2019. He works 4 days a week at the practice and one day a week in the dermatology department of the Royal Gwent Hospital. His other clinical interests include skin surgery, musculoskeletal problems and joint injections.
Dr Susan Williams (F)
BM, DRCOG, FRCGP
Dr Sue Williams qualified from Southampton University in 1989. She has been a GP in Cardiff for over 20 years and joined Llan Health care in 2018, working 4 sessions per week. She has a special interest in medical education, being a GP trainer and an examiner for the Royal College of GPs. She has undertaken international work for the Royal College. She is a GP appraiser.
Dr Emily Burgoyne (F)
MBBCh, DFFP, MRCGP
Dr Burgoyne qualified from the University of Wales College of Medicine, Cardiff in 2002 and has worked at Llanedeyrn Health Centre since 2006. She has a particular interest in women’s health, dementia and patients with drug and alcohol problems.
Dr Burgoyne currently works 2 days a week at the practice. She also works for the Tribunal service at appeal hearings, and sessions for the local memory team.
Dr Kate Hale (F)
MBChB MRes MRCGP
Kate graduated from the University of Manchester Medical School in 2009. She spent some time after graduating working in Manchester as part of a surgical team before returning to Wales to start her GP training.
Kate started working as a registrar at Llan Healthcare in 2015 and she now works as a GP at both sites 3 days a week.
She has a special interest in minor surgery and aims to develop her interest in substance misuse.
Dr Lucy Lazarus (F)
MBBCH MRCGP DFSRH
Dr Lucy Lazarus qualified from Cardiff University in 2013. She did her Foundation and GP training in South Wales and joined Llan Healthcare in August 2018. She works 6 sessions per week and has particular interests in women’s health, sexual health and care of the elderly.
Dr Matthew Jones (M)
MBBch, MRCP, PGCert Med Ed. MRCGP
Dr Matthew Jones qualified from Cardiff University in 2011 and has worked as a GP in Llan Healthcare since 2019. He has had placements in Geriatrics, Urology, Acute Medicine, General Surgery, Thoracic Medicine, Trauma & Orthopaedics, Neurorehabilitation, Orthogeriatrics, Intensive Care, Emergency Medicine, Endocrinology and Paediatrics. He completed his MRCP in 2014 and gained his MRCGP in 2019. He is an Honorary Clinical Teacher for Cardiff University. He has a particular interest in Diabetes and Asthmas/COPD.
Dr Samantha Lonsdale (F)
BMedSci, MBchB, MRCGP, DTM&H, DRCOG
Dr Sam Lonsdale qualified from the University of Birmingham Medical School in 2008, and moved to work in Wales in 2012. She works 5 sessions a week across both sites and takes a particular interest our nursing home and elderly population. She also has an interests in mental health, women’s health and medical education. She is a Welsh speaker.
Dr Bethan Williams (F)
Dr Bethan Williams qualified in 1987 from St Bartholomew’s Hospital In London, followed by GP training in Cirencester. Dr Williams is originally from Anglesey and is a Welsh speaker. Dr Williams has been a GP partner in Sussex followed by a move to become a GP partner in Cardiff in 2006. Two Years ago, Dr Williams became a Salaried GP and works four sessions over both Llanrumney and Llanedeyrn sites. Dr Williams also works some locum sessions at other surgeries across Cardiff and the Vale. Dr Williams main interests are Women’s Health and Mental health.
Dr Helen Kemp (F)
MBChB DCH MRCGP DFFP
Dr Anisha Champaneri (F)
Dr Jayne Forrester-Paton (F)
Practice Nurse RGN
Shirley has worked in a variety of health care settings in both Primary and Secondary Care, including Emergency Nursing and Acute Medicine. She has worked at Llanedeyrn Health Centre for the past 5 years as a General Practice Nurse.
Shirley’s role includes Minor Illness clinics, contraception clinics, including fitting implants and coils and assessment of patients with chronic health needs, taking a special interest in patients with respiratory problems.
Shirley is the nursing lead for Research studies within the Practice.
Shirley is also responsible for undertaking home visits on for all our housebound patients to ensure that they receive an annual health review.
RN, DN, BSc (Hons), Independent Prescriber
Lisa qualified in 1995 and has worked at Llanedeyrn Health Centre since 2003. She works 8 sessions a week at the practice and also undertakes 2 sessions a month at the Integrated Sexual Health service at the Royal Gwent Hospital. She has a particular interest in women’s health, sexual health and minor illnesses.
RGN, SPQ Bsc Hons
Nicola qualified from Cardiff University in 2000. She has worked at Llanedeyrn Health Centre since 2009. Her role includes chronic disease management, Minor illness, women’s health and family planning, child health, travel and treatment room duties. She has a particular interest in Diabetes and Cardiovascular disease.
Practice Nurse RGN
Victoria has worked as a practice nurse for 16 years and prior to this has a background in A&E where she gained a further qualification as a children’s nurse. Victoria’s role includes minor illness clinics, contraception clinics including being an implant fitter, diabetic and asthma clinics. Victoria is also responsible for annual reviews of our housebound and nursing home patients.
RGN MSc Nurse Practitioner, Independent Prescriber
Gaynor qualified in 1986 and has worked in Llanedeyrn since 2001. She left to spend three and a half years living and working as a Practice Nurse in New Zealand from 2013 until 2016 before returning back to Llanedeyrn.
Her particular interests are dealing with Minor illnesses, Chronic Disease Management and Women’s Health
Bsc. Nursing. Independent Prescriber
Anna qualified in 1976. She became a practice nurse in 1990 and has worked in Llanrumney since then.
She has a particular interest in Respiratory problem, Diabetes and Minor Illness.
RGN, RM, BSc Clinical Practice
Janice Rees completed her nurse training in April 1988 in Cardiff before completing her Midwifery diploma. She worked for 7 years as a midwife at The Royal Gwent Hospital and UHW before moving to General Practice.
She joined the Llanrumney team 12 years ago and undertakes general clinics as well as Minor illness and all Chronic diseases. She enjoys the continuity of care with my regular patients.
Practice Nurse RGN
Alison Spiller qualified as a nurse at Westminster Hospital London in 1983. She has worked as a Practice Nurse since 1999 and has worked at Llanrumney surgery for 10 years. She works two days a week and specialises in Asthma and COPD, also in Travel Health.
Clinical Support Staff
The Midwife will attend to the needs of expectant and newly delivered mothers and their babies.
Health Visitors also offer advice and support on all health issues, and home visits can be arranged for patients who are housebound.
Our Community Nurses provide home nursing to housebound patients and those patients who are recently discharged from hospital.
Patients can be referred to the Practice-Based Counsellor via the doctor for this service.