Meet the Team


Dr A M M Kazi


I qualified from Aberdeen, Scotland in 1989 and completed my training in Halifax in 1994.

I joined the partnership at Station Road Surgery in 1996 and became a GP Trainer in 2004 and then GP Training Programme Director from 2009 to date.

My interests are in medical education, musculoskeletal medicine, diabetes, minor surgery and joint injections.

Dr Q Chaudhry


Dr Sophie Newton


Dr Stefanie Winfield (F)

Sessional GP


Dr Ali Malik (M)

Sessional GP

Dr Safiya Gajra (F)

GP Registrar

Dr Saimah Ali (F)

GP Registrar

Dr Mazhar Mohammad (M)


Dr Shoaib Iqbal (M)

GP Registrar


M.B.Ch.B – Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
M.R.C.G.P – Member, (by examination), of the Royal College of General Practitioners.
D.R.C.O.G – Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. 
J.C.P.G.T – Joint Committee of Post Graduate Training
M.B.B.S – Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery

Training Practice

We have been a training practice since 1985 and so often have registrar doctors working at the practice. These are junior doctors whose previous experience has been largely confined to hospitals. They are attached to the practice for 12 months at a time

Nursing Staff

Jill Tattersley

Sexual Health Nurse Specialist 

I have been a Sexual Health Nurse for 8 years. I have provided a successful nurse-led clinic, alongside the Doctors at Station Road for 6 years.

The service I provide is a non-judgemental service, helping patients choose effective and safe contraception choices which meets the patients needs.

I am qualified in implanon and coil fitting/removal alongside a Diploma in Sexual Health.

Penny Bottomley

Practice Nurse

I joined the surgery in November 2017. For the past five years I have worked as a Practice Nurse in General Practice. Prior to this I worked in A&E, Walk in Centre & Urgent Care Centre. 

I have a specialist interest in Diabetes.

Olivia Milburn

Nurse Associate

My employment at Station Road Surgery started in November 2017. Prior to joining the surgery I worked in a hospital setting for 5 years.

I have now commenced my training to for a Nursing associate, this will enhance my skills and knowledge to extend further services to patients.

I aim to provide a high standard of care to all patients.


Joanne Atherton

Healthcare Assistant

I joined the surgery in August 2018. For the past two years I worked at Calderdale Royal Hospital on the Day Procedures/Admission Unit. Prior to this I worked with Dementia patients for 8 years.

I am excited to now be part of Station Road’s Team and will always aim to do my very best to work to the high standards of care that is provided.

Our Practice Team

Practice Management

Linda Sulich – Manager

Charleen Scott – Admin Manager

The practice management team are involved in managing all of the business aspects of the practice, ensuring that the right systems are in place to provide high quality patient care. They are responsible for human resources, finance, patient safety, premises and information technology.

The management team support the GPs and other medical professionals with delivering patient services to the highest degree.


The Administration team are responsible for all clerical and secretarial aspects of the surgery. They deal with the post, the referrals and clinical correspondence from secondary care. They also ensure that the patient’s clinical records are correct.


Our reception team are our first point of call for our patients: they are responsible for making appointments and making sure the patient is seen by the correct health professional. They liaise with hospital staff, district nurses and a wide range of both our secondary care partners and our community partners. They strive to be professional, polite and helpful at all times.

Healthcare Team

Community Midwives

Midwives from the Calderdale Royal Hospital are responsible for the care of pregnant women, new mothers and babies up to the age of 14 days. They can be contacted via the Community Midwives Office 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 01422 224417 or via Valley Medical Centre Monday to Friday 9:00 am until 5:00pm.

Community Nurses

The District Nursing Team can be contacted via Allen House Clinic, Sowerby Bridge, Monday to Friday 9:00 until 5:00pm on 01422 832063. The out of hours number for the District Nursing Team is 0345 6050206.

Health Visitors

Health Visitors are attached to the Practice by the Health Authority. The role of the Health Visitor is to assess the health needs of her client and plan, implement and evaluate the care she provides. Health Visitors work primarily within the homes of families who have pre-school children but can also undertake work with other age groups.

The Health Visitors can be contacted on 030 0304 5076.

School Nurses

We also have school nurses attached to the practice, each covering different schools in the area. They are primarily concerned with the health needs of school aged children. 

The school Nurses can be contacted on 030 0304 5076.