Belinda Pickett
Helen Thompson

Pharmacy Technician

Community Midwives

Midwives regularly monitor the health of mother and baby during pregnancy. Your midwife will discuss with you the different types of delivery that are available, including home delivery.

After the baby is born, the midwives have a professional responsibility for the wellbeing of both mother and baby, and will visit you at home regularly for up to 28 days.

The midwife team consider themselves privileged to ‘accompany’ you during such a special experience.

If you need to contact a midwife please telephone 07876 351682 (9-4) or the Community Midwives at Jessops Hospital on 0114 226 8301 (7:30 - 3:30pm), 24 hr contact number for Jessops Hospital 0114 226 8091 or the Practice on 0114 263 6100.

Diane Mitchell (f)
Pippa Ward

Midwife - based at Porter Brook Medical Centre

Community Nurses

Maureen Rogers

RN NDN Cert (Head of Team - Job Share)

Donna Harrison

(Head of Team - Job Share)

Health Visitors

Ann Knight
A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.

Attached Staff

Occupational Health Adviser

James Farmer (PB)


Mental Health Workers

Rachel Clarke (PB)

Daniel Duffy (PB)

Vivien Spencer-Grey (PB)

Sarah Batty (PB)

Sarah Glover (PB)

Samantha Montague (Student Health at SHU)

Louise Crawley (Student Health at SHU)

Vanya Chaprazova (Student Health at SHU)



Samia West (PB)


Health Trainer

Samia Masood (PB & Shipshape)

CITY Project Staff Members

Louise Clancy (Psychologist)

Steph Brown (Mental Health Support Worker)

Liz D'Arcy-Malone (Health Trainer)

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