If you need urgent medical advice during practice opening hours, please phone the surgery on 01623 550254.

If you need to see a doctor urgently when we are closed, please phone 111.  An operator will take some details and pass you through to our local out of hours GP service.


Check here using our "Ready Reckoner" which gives you the "earliest" date you can receive your Booster vaccine. click here, look at your 2nd vaccination date not highlighted, then look at the orange "booster" date for the earliest to receive your jab

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You DO NOT NEED TO CALL AT 8 o'clock in the morning for routine appointments.  If your problem is urgent, please call reception as early as you are able to and you will be seen in our Urgent Care Clinic.  Routine appointments can be booked up to 4 weeks in advance.  Some appointments can be booked online - please speak to reception to obtain a username and password.


If you no longer need your appointment, it helps us and other patients if you can cancel your appointment as soon as possible.  This way, we can make sure the appointment can be offered to another patient.  You can cancel at reception, by telephone (01623 550254) or online.


The practice will be closed on the 3rd Wednesday of the month for essential staff training.



Dr Lucy Genillard (f)

BMedSci, BM BS Nottingham 2001, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP

Personal Profile:

I qualified in Nottingham in 2001 and initially worked in hospital medicine and A&E in Derby for some years. I finished my GP training in 2007 and joined the practice at the beginning of 2008. I live in Nottingham.

My special interests include Cardiovascular disease and Diabetes. I run our minor surgery service alongside Dr Lunn and also our family planning with Dr Skelton. We are able to offer the contraceptive coil as well as implant fitting and removal.  I am an established GP trainer and along with Dr Lovelock and Dr Lunn, I help to train the GPs of the future. I have recently been appointed as the named GP for safeguarding children across the whole of Nottinghamshire.

I am also responsible for your newsletter (which I hope you enjoy but please let me know of any suggestions you may have!) and helped to set up our Patient Participation Group (which I would love to see more of you get involved with!) which I continue to support.

In my spare time I like to spend time with my 3 young children. I am also a keen runner and am currently training for the Robin Hood half marathon.

Dr Gavin Lunn (m)


Personal Profile:

Originally from the rural Fens of East Anglia, my first degrees were in Plant Science. I moved to the East Midlands in the 1990s to work for the University of Nottingham, researching the effects of climate change on crops. I retrained in medicine at Derby in 2003 and completed Foundation training at Boston and Derby before starting GP training at Mansfield in 2009. I did hospital jobs in ENT, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Emergency Department and Psychiatry. During my GP training I completed diplomas in Obstetrics & Gynaecology and Family Planning & Sexual Health. My interests within the practice include Palliative Care, Mental Health, Men’s Health and Minor Surgery & Injections.

Dr Vibhore Prasad (m)


Personal profile:

I grew up in West Yorkshire in the 80's and 90's. I lived close to mining communities from the earliest years of my life. Later I attended medical school in Leeds and graduated as a doctor in 2001.

Prior to becoming a GP, I worked all over England, doing a lot of work with children and young people. I was struck by how important general practitioners' work is in preventing illness. So I decided to become one!!

I am also a part-time academic GP and I undertaking teaching and research in that role. I am especially interested in improving the health of children and young people through my research.

I have undertaken diplomas in child health, sexual and reproductive health and fellowship of the Royal College of General Practitioners. I have other academic qualifications that have helped me as an academic, including a PhD.

Dr Louise Gardner (f)

MBBS 2013, PG Cert Medical Education, MRCGP  

Born and raised in Nottingham, I completed my Medical degree at York University in 2013; then moved back to Nottingham to be closer to family. I enjoyed a range of hospital jobs at Kings Mill Hospital including A&E, Paediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Mental health, among others. I completed my General Practice training in 2018. I chose to stay at Brierley Park Medical Centre because I felt we were patient centred and put the care and wellbeing of our patient’s first. After an adventurous year working in Australia in A&E in 2019 and some travelling I have returned back to Brierley Park where I have recently completed my GP trainer’s course to hopefully help shape the future of General Practice.  

Dr Rachel Skelton (f)

MSci (Hons) Nottingham 2004, BMBS (Hons) Nottingham 2009, MRCGP, DFSRH

Personal profile:

Born and bred in Nottingham, I completed my first degree in Biochemistry and Biological Chemistry in 2004 at Nottingham University. Following this I worked in the care industry for a year before joining the graduate entry medicine scheme at Derby. I completed my medical training in 2009 and since then have worked in hospitals in Nottingham and Mansfield, with jobs in surgery, medicine, gynaecology, ENT, oncology, psychiatry, emergency medicine and paediatrics. I have worked in a number of surgeries in the Mansfield area during my GP training and am happy to be staying on to work at Brierley Park as a salaried GP following my qualification.

I have a diploma in family planning and sexual health and I am currently completing my training to enable me to fit coils and implants in the near future.   


Dr Hannah Larvin (f)

Dr Hannah Larvin MBBS MRCGP York 2014

Originally from Nottingham, I qualified as a doctor at the University of York in 2014. Following this I moved back closer to home and completed several years of hospital jobs around Nottingham before starting GP training in Mansfield. After completing my training I chose to stay local to work as a salaried GP. More recently I have completed the GP trainer course so that I can be involved in training future GPs. 

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