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Royal Primary Care has a diverse team of clinical and non clinical members all working to provide the best care we can. The Clinical Services are supported by our Management and Administration Teams.

Our Reception team provide face to face contact and handle the telephone calls. All of our reception staff are being trained as Care Navigators - this role is to get you to the person most able to help you with your problem.

The GP may well not be the most appropriate person for you to see.

We have Advanced Nurse Practitioners, Pharmacists, Mental Health Specialists, Physiotherapists, Practice Nurses and Health Care Assistants all with appointments available. Our entire team works closely with one another and the doctors are always available to support our team members in their decision making.

Doctors

Dr Peter Scriven

MBChB (Sheffield 1999) MRCS MPhil MRCGP

Divisional Director Royal Primary Care

I trained in medicine at the University of Sheffield, graduating in 1999. I initially trained as a Surgeon and undertook an extended period of research on how cancers become resistant to chemotherapy drugs.

I left surgery in 2011 to pursue a different work | life balance. I have been working as a GP in the Derbyshire and Yorkshire region for several years. I am happy to see any problems but my areas of interest are gastrointestinal disease (tummy and bowel problems), central sensitivity syndromes (fibromyalgia, CFS), mens health and minor surgery. I also have an interest in app based connected health care.

As Divisional Director I am responsible and accountable for the redevelopment and improvement of Royal Primary Care across Chesterfield and Clay Cross. Presently this means I usually see patient on 2 days of the week and spend the rest of the week leading the redevelopment of Royal Primary Care.

Dr Adrian Beltran Martinez

Licenciado en Medicina (Seville 2011) Equivalent to MBChB, Msc Rare Diseases , Msc Biochemistry, Msc Genomics (on going). Médico Especialista en Medicina Familiar y Comunitaria (GP specialist)

Works 4 days per week. Lead GP for Royal Primary Care Clay Cross

Genetics and Research Lead

I studied Medicine in Seville (Spain) where I am originally from and finished my degree in 2011. I started my training as a GP in 2012 in Seville, being awarded my full GP license in 2016. After becoming fully qualified, I started working in a small village as a rural doctor for 3 months. Then I left my country to move to the UK to pursue better working conditions and to be able to grow personally and academically. I have been practising as a GP in Chesterfield area since 2017 and I have been a part of Royal Primary Care since April 2018 as a Salaried GP.

I am really interested in Rare and Genetic diseases, which is why I am undertaking currently a MSc in Genetics to build up my skills in this area. I would like to become a GPwSI in Genetics and I am the Genetics / Research lead at RPC. As well, I really like paediatrics and respiratory diseases.

Johnathan Campton
Jeanette Lewis (f)
Jason Cameron
Mary Evans (f)
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