|Dr Jonathan Eastwood (m)|
BSc, MBChB, MRCGP (Senior Partner)
Dr Eastwood joined the practice in 1994. He is a full time partner with an interest in Ophthalmology and is the practice lead partner for Diabetes, Ischaemic Heart Disease, Hypertension and Epilepsy. He also performs Minor Surgery.
He is married and has two children. He is also a season ticket holder at Manchester City Football Club.
|Dr Lisa Yellop (f)|
BMedSci, BM BS, MRCGP, DFFP, DRCOG, Dip Practical Dermatology, Dip Cardiology (Partner)
Dr Yellop qualified from Nottingham University in 1994, aged 23. She spent 6 years working in hospital medicine both in Nottingham and Sheffield.
She then decided to train as a GP, completing this in 1999, when she initially joined College Lane Surgery as a salaried GP. She became a full time partner in November 2000. In recent years she has achieved diploma qualifications in Dermatology and Cardiology.
Dr Yellop now works part time to fulfill her non medical duties as wife and mother.
|Dr Jordache Myerscough (m)|
BSc, MBChB (Leeds), PGCert (Pall Care), PGCE (MedEd), MRCGP (Partner)
Dr Myerscough completed his medical degree at The University of Leeds in 2007. After working in Australia soon after qualification he completed his junior doctor training posts in West Yorkshire before entering the local GP training scheme, with his final year of GP training at College Lane Surgery in 2013-14.
He joined the surgery as a Salaried GP after completing his training and became a Partner in February 2015.
Dr Myerscough is the GP Lead in a number of areas including Prescribing, IT, the Patient Participation Group and has a part time role at Wakefield CCG. He is involved in undergraduate medical, nursing, physician's associate education and a GP trainer, bringing through the next generation of GP Registrars.
Dr Myerscough has a postgraduate certificate in Palliative Care and is currently undertaking a Diploma in Urology as Men’s Health is one of his special interests.
Outside of work, he enjoys food, drink, travel, triathlons, enjoying the outdoors with his dog and dusts off the rugby boots once a year as Vice President of Leeds Medic and Dentists Rugby Club.
|Dr Edward Platford (m)|
MB ChB, BSc Pharm, PGCert (EDPC), MRCGP Leeds, 2007 (Partner)
Dr Platford became a partner in April 2016. He worked initially as a Salaried GP from May 2015. Dr Platford has special interests in Minor Surgery, Musculoskeletal Medicine and Joint Injections. He is also the lead for adult safeguarding, learning disabilities and mental health.
Dr Platford is a GP Trainer at the practice and takes an active role in training GP registrars outside the practice. He is also the lead for our 1st and 2nd Year medical students. Outside of work he is an accomplished pianist and enjoys reading, gardening, golf, rugby and spending time with his family.
|Dr Adam Richardson (m)|
MBChB (Birmingham 2010), PgDip ENT, MRCGP (Partner)
Dr Richardson completed his medical degree at The University of Birmingham in 2010. He completed his junior doctor training posts in West Yorkshire before entering the local GP training scheme, with his final year of GP training at College Lane Surgery.
He joined the surgery as a Salaried GP in August 2015.
Dr Richardson is the Child Safeguarding Lead for the practice and is involved in undergraduate medial, nursing and physician's associate education. He assists in the training of the FY2 doctors and GP Registrars during their placements with us.
Dr Richardson has a postgraduate diploma in ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat) and this is one of his special interests.
Dr Richardson became a partner on the 1st September 2018.
|Dr Helen Ratcliffe (f)|
MBChB (Hons), MRCGP, DCH (Salaried GP)
Dr Ratcliffe graduated from Leeds University Medical School in 2011. She completed two years of paediatric training where she was awarded with a Diploma in Child Health in 2014. Dr Ratcliffe began GP training in West Yorkshire in 2015, spending her final year at College Lane Surgery. She joined the team as a full-time salaried GP in September 2018.
Dr Ratcliffe has a keen interest in paediatrics and women’s health. She is currently working towards a Diploma of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, and is qualified to fit intrauterine contraceptive devices.
Dr Ratcliffe is passionate about medical education and is regularly involved in teaching of medical undergraduates, as well as being an OSCE examiner.
Dr Ratcliffe keeps busy with various sporting challenges, including walking, running and playing tennis.
|Dr Ismail Salu (m)|
|Dr Hamzah Ahmed (m)|
GP Registrar - started February 2020.
|Dr Alice Cousins (f)|
GP Registrar - Started December 2019
|Dr Ben Lawrence (m)|
GP Registrar - started February 2020.