Dr David Price (Partner)

D.C.H. MRCGP. MSc. in Sports Medicine

Dr Price qualified in 1988 and pursued a career in Orthopaedic Medicine before qualifying as a GP in 1993. In 1996 He joined Dr Roberts at Grove Medical Centre.He specialises in Musculoskeletal Medicine and Sports Injuries. He is the Musculoskeletal Lead for Wirral CCG.

Dr Sian Stokes (Partner)


Dr Sian Stokes qualified in 1998. She has an interest in Women’s and Children’s Health. She is the Clinical Lead for Long Term Conditions for Wirral CCG and is also a GP Trainer.

Dr Jane Fletcher (Partner)


Dr Fletcher qualified from Liverpool University in 1999 and joined the practice in August 2015. She has an interest in Elderly Care and is also a GP Trainer. She is the Clinical Director for our local Primary Care Network.

Dr Jamie Barfield (Partner)

BSc (Hons) MBChB MRCP (2013) MRCGP

Dr Barfield qualified from Liverpool University in 2009 and trained in general medicine and palliative care before joining The Village Medical Centre as a GP in 2018. Together with Dr. Price he performs joint injections in the surgery. He is also a Macmillan GP and the co-clinical director of Wallasey Wellbeing Primary Care Network

Dr Rachel Hemingway (Partner)

Dr Hemingway qualified from the University of Liverpool in 2014. She completed her GP training on the Wirral and joined the practice in 2019. She has an interest in Elderly care and Women’s and Children’s health.  ​

Dr Vicki Jennings (Partner)
Dr Judith Holley

Dr Judith Holley qualified from the Middlesex Hospital, London in 1985. She joined the Wallasey Village Group Practice in 1993 and has special interests in Dermatology Minor Surgery, Child Health and Contraceptive Coil and implant fitting.

Dr Emma Behan

Dr Behan qualified from Liverpool Medical School in 2011 and completed her foundation and GP training in Chester and Wirral. She has an interest in women's and children's medicine.She joined The Village Medical Centre January 2017.


Dr Sam Newton

Dr. Newton is our current final year GP registrar

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