Riverside Surgery

525 New Chester Road, Rock Ferry, Wirral, CH42 2AG

Telephone: 0151 645 3464


We're open


Dr Kieran Grey (m) - MBChB (Hons) Liverpool, MRCGP

Dr Sam Lodge (m) - MBChB Liverpool, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP

Dr Rachel Hastings (f) - MBChB, MRCGP

Dr Swagatika Mohapatra (f) - MBBS, MRCGP, DFSRH, PG Diploma Diabetes, DRCOG

Dr Hasan Husein (m) - BMBS, MRCGP

Dr Ed Sargent (m) - MBChB, MRCGP

Our 6 GP’s work at the surgery on the following days:

Dr Grey Monday / Thursday / Friday
Dr Lodge Wednesday / Thursday / Friday
Dr Hastings Tuesday / Wednesday / Friday
Dr Mohapatra Monday AM / Tuesday AM / Wednesday AM
Dr Husein Monday / Tuesday
Dr Sargent Tuesday / Wednesday PM / Thursday

Nursing Team

Jenny Lewis (f) - ANP

Anna Kirke (f) - RGN

Jenni Stewart (f) - RGN

Carly Sweeney (f) - HCA

Julie Marshallsay (f) - Phlebotomist

Administration Team

Kerrie Draco - Business Practice Manager

Emma Bradburn - Deputy Practice Manager

Barbara Hall - Office Manager

Jacey Blackwell - Medicines Manager

Attached Staff

Other Clinical Personnel

We are a teaching Practice. Foundation Year Two (FY2) doctors work at the Surgery during a four month placement. FY2 doctors are qualified doctors in training working under supervision. We have placements for Junior FY2 GPs on rotation.

We teach third, fourth and fifth year Medical Students from the University of Liverpool, who may be present in a consultation. If you do not wish them to be present please tell Reception.

District Nurses and Health Visitors

Attached teams care for the housebound and under 5s. They are employed by Wirral Community NHS Trust.

District Nurses can be contacted on 0151 645 9646.
Health Visitors can be contacted on 0151 514 0219.


The Riverside Team of Midwives are based at Arrowe Park Hospital and attend the practice for surgeries once a week. They can be contacted on 0151 604 7682.


We have a team of in-house physiotherapists who attend the practice several times a week.

Social Prescribers

Social prescribing works for a wide range of people, including people:

  • with one or more long-term conditions
  • who need support with their mental health
  • who are lonely or isolated
  • who have complex social needs which affect their wellbeing.

Social prescribers can easily refer people to link workers from a wide range of local agencies, including general practice, pharmacies, multi-disciplinary teams, hospital discharge teams, allied health professionals, fire service, police, job centres, social care services, housing associations and voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations.

Health and Wellbeing Practitioners

Health coaches support people to self-identify existing issues and encourage proactive prevention of new and existing illnesses. They will predominately use health coaching skills to support people to develop the knowledge, skills, and confidence to become active participants in their care so that they can reach their own health and wellbeing goals.

How can a Health and Wellbeing Coach can help you?

Health and Wellbeing Coaches can help you by:

  • identifying factors that may be impacting your health and wellbeing.
  • coaching you to manage your condition or situation.
  • linking you to helpful resources and support groups.