The patients on our list are cared for by a team of doctors and nurses, who are supported by a team of staff. Working alongside the Brook Square Team, but employed by the Local NHS Trusts are the District Nurses, Health Visitor, Midwife, Mental Health Care Worker and Child and Adolescent Mental Health Care Worker and Psychologist.


Dr Benjamin Claybrook (m)


Dr Claybrook graduated from Nottingham University in 1999. After completing a hospital medical training rotation in Barnsley he became a Member of the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP). He then worked in a hospital in New Zealand for a year before spending another two years as a ship's doctor for P&O Cruises. After 'seeing the world' he returned to the UK and completed his GP training in York, becoming a Member of the Royal College of GPs.

Has responsibility for training the GP registrar at the practice, also interested in general medicine and rheumatology. Performs minor surgery and joint injections. Joined the practice in 2008 and became a GP trainer in 2011 (WT).

Dr Sarah Livesey (f)


Dr Livesey qualified from Sheffield university in 1988. She completed her GP training in Chesterfield then worked in Sheffield Children's Hospital A&E department and Child Community Health before doing GP posts in Goole, Brough and Scarborough. She joined the practice in 2007 and works part time. She has an interest in contraceptive services and fits contraceptive implants. GP lead for learning disabilities.

Dr Matthew Neal (m)
Dr Hikari Yamaguchi (f)
Dr Stephen Marmion (m)

GP Registrar (f)

We are an accredited training practice for future GP’s. We have an attached GP Registrar working alongside the GP’s in the surgery for a period of 6 or 12 months. The registrar is a fully qualified medical practitioner who is now doing the extra training required for the speciality of General practice. Their training is supervised by the trainer Dr Claybrook. Part of the training involves making videos of consultations - if you are ever involved with this as a patient you are perfectly free to refuse and withhold your consent without any detriment to your medical care.


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