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Spend Your Christmas With Crisis!

From the 25-26th at 10:00am until 5:30pm of December Crisis UK are hosting two fun filled days packed with 'Festive Cheer' and Christmas activities. Everything is completely free of charge and open to the homeless, vulnerably housed and isolated people which are 16 and over! Transport and delicious food are also provided. If you would like to find out more or arrange transport please contact the centre on 0191 222 0622, email them on, or just turn up on the days at Crisis Skylight Newcastle, 1-3 City Road, NE1 2AF. Merry Christmas to everyone!

ALL of the Practice staff are bound by the same rules of confidentiality as doctors

Reception Team

 reception staff


Dr Dietrich Reimold (m)

Clinical Director

Dr Naseem Shakir (f)

Nurse Practitioners

Jacquie Watts (f)
Michelle Hails (f)
Mr Colin Rasmussen


Miss Wendy Lowther (f)

Healthcare Assistants

Miss Alex Collins (f)

Practice Management

Miss Victoria Westgate

Practice Manager


Rachel Vincent (f)

Lead Clinical Pharmacist Prescriber

Rachel joined the practice in September 2016 from Leeds Teaching Hospitals where she was Lead Pharmacist for Infectious diseases and HIV.  Clinical pharmacists are highly qualified health professionals who train for many years to become specialists in medicines and how they work.  Our Clinical Pharmacist is part of the general practice clinical team and has a big role to play to make sure your medicines help you get better and stay well.

Rachel is a prescribing pharmacist, who reviews patients with long term conditions such as COPD, diabetes, asthma and hypertension to help them manage their conditions. She also sees all patients who take repeat medication for their medication review, discusses side effects with patients and supports the practice with all aspects of medicines management and prescribing.


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