Normal working days of the clinicians
The below are subject to change when covering for sickness or holiday
Mon = Dr Young, Dr Manby, Dr Lord, Dr Isaacson
Tues = Dr Young, Dr Manby, Dr Swinney, Dr Wright, Dr Lord, Dr Isaacson
Weds = Dr Young, Dr Manby, Dr Swinney, Dr Wright, Dr Isaacson
Thurs = Dr Young, Dr Manby, Dr Swinney, Dr Wright
Fri = Dr Young, Dr Manby, Dr Wright, Dr Drinkwater
|Dr Donald Young (m)|
BSc Medical Sciences (1995 St. Andrews), MB ChB (1998 Manchester)
Interests: Joint injections, Contraceptive Implant Fitting/Removal, Musculoskeletal Medicine
|Dr Christian Manby (m)|
MBBS, MRCGP (2001 London)
I started at Rooley Lane in 2008 having previously worked in Leeds and Hampshire. I am a GP trainer and supervise our GP trainees in the practice. I enjoy all aspects of general practice but am particularly interested in joint injections, dermatology and vertigo.
Outside of the practice I enjoy running, triathlons, camping and smoking my own food.
|Dr Caroline Swinney (f)|
MBBS, (passed the MRCGP exam)
I work Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at Rooley Lane. I am the practice lead for children's and adult's safeguarding and as such have a particular interest in the health and wellbeing of both our younger and older populations.
|Dr Jess Drinkwater (f)|
MBChB, MRCGP, BSc, MRes, DFSRH (2013)
I work at the Rooley Lane Medical Centre on Fridays. I am happy to see any patients with any health problems.
The rest of the week I work at the University of Leeds researching how general practice works. I am currently doing a PhD investigating how patients can get involved in decisions about general practice services through Patient Participation Groups (the link to my website is https://medicinehealth.leeds.ac.uk/medicine/staff/292/jess-drinkwater)
I help run the Patient Participation Group at Rooley Lane Medical Centre. You can join by asking at reception for a sign up form, we are always looking for new members.
|Dr Helen Wright (f)|
MBChB, MRCGP, (2016)
Having qualified at Manchester University, I went on to complete my GP training on the Bradford VTS scheme. I have worked at the practice as a salaried GP from August 2016, and work Tuesday-Friday
|Dr Paul Lord (m)|
MRes (2008), MB ChB (2008), MRCGP (2015), FRACGP (2017)
I trained in Manchester and Bradford and have been working as a GP since 2015. I joined the surgery in 2019 and work on Mondays and Tuesdays. I perform a range of joint injections and have a particular interests in Rheumatology and in Ear, Nose and Throat medicine.
|Dr Victoria Isaacson (f)|