Dr S J Acey (m)


Born in Seaford on the south coast. He qualified from Manchester University in 1988. He trained in Burnley, Blackburn and Pontefract before moving to the North East in 1993. He is a GP Trainer and GP Tutor for Hartlepool. He is interested in medical education, child health and mental health problems. He has four children, is a keen supporter of Manchester United, enjoys reading and listening to a variety of music.

Dr A Din (m)

Joined the Practice in 2017.

Dr J McKenzie (f)


Born in Scarborough and moved to Teesside 23 years ago. She went to school in Redcar and trained at Newcastle University, qualifying in 2006. She has worked in hospitals in Teesside throughout her training and joined the local GP training scheme before joining the Practice in August 2011. She initially joined as a salaried doctor but became a partner in April 2012. She has an interest in sexual health and contraception, fits and removes coils and implants within the Practice.  She has twins- a boy and girl- born in January 2016.

Dr R F Roberts (f)


Joined the Practice in August 1999, having trained in our Practice on the Cleveland Vocational Training Scheme.  She has passed her MRCGP with a merit grade, was awarded the Ruth Dunlop award for GP Trainee of the year on the Cleveland GP Training Scheme and obtained the RCGP Certificate in Drug Addiction Treatment in 2002.  She is still an active member of the Cleveland Local Medical Committee and was in post as Chairman from 2006-2009. Dr Roberts is also an elected Director of Hartlepool and Stockton Health (H&SH) the GP federation (a group of local General Practices working together to lead happy, strong and sustainable out of hospital care. Our goal is to improve the health and wellbeing of local people and our healthcare teams.) As well as working part time in the practice she is married with two children and a dog. 

Dr A L Reeve (f)

Joined the Practice in 2018

Salaried GP

There are three salaried GP’s, all providing face to face and or telephone review appointments.

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