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Carlisle Network Integrated Care Community (CNICC) is looking to employ an Advanced Nurse Practitioner - please visit our job vacancies section for more information

January 2019 - we will offer weekly extended hours appointments every Monday on normal working days. We will not be providing this service on a Tuesday from January 2019.   

Patients are reminded that regular out of hours appointments provided by the Cumbria Health Extended Access (CHEA) service can be booked via our reception team.

We would like to inform our patients that

Dr Paul King will be retiring from Eden Medical Group at the end of December.

We would also like to inform our patients that Dr Mohammad Roshandel will be leaving his position as GP Partner at the end of November 2018. 

Dr Roshandel will provide a locum service at the practice for a short period immediately thereafter. 

The Partners and Staff would like to wish Dr King and Dr Roshandel their best wishes for the future.


Patients at our practice have a named GP who is responsible for their overall care. If patients wish to know who their named GP is, and if they have a preference as to which GP that is, the practice will make reasonable effort to accommodate this request.

Nurse Practitioners

Mrs Anne Hartley - ANP (f)
Mrs Wendy McManus - TRAINEE ANP
Mrs Alexa Taylor - Trainee ANP (f)
Miss Becky Denwood - Trainee ANP (f)
Mrs Amanda Henchliffe ANP (f)



Our Practice Nurses hold surgeries each day. Their duties include: management of heart disease, asthma and raised blood pressure, child and adult immunisations, blood tests, ear syringing, dressings, general health checks and much more.
Sister Barbara Oddie (f)
Nurse Rebecca Jones (f)
Nurse Elsepth Henderson (f)
Nurse Karen Hillary (f)
Nurse Mel Walker-Reid (f)
Nurse Jayne Mulraine (f)
Nurse Lesley Muir

Healthcare Assistants

Miss Hannah Carswell
Miss Bronte Armstrong (f)
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