Important - We are changing our clinical IT system in June 2024, and we want to explain why we are doing this and what impact this will have on the service we provide to you. For more information search "we-are-changing-our-clinical-it-system" in latest news.

Peverell Park Surgery & University Medical Centre

Peverell Park Surgery | 01752 766644 |

University Medical Centre | 01752 222341 |

IMPORTANT: Online consultation will not be available until Monday 24th June while we transition to our new patient record system.

Important - Due to our clinical system change this month we can only deal with urgent requests between the 5th and 13th June, and from the 14th onwards, we ask that you please be patient with us. Please view we-are-changing-our-clinical-it-system for information regarding non-urgent requests .

Practice Staff

Mrs Teresa Nation
Managing Partner DPCHM

Teresa joined the practice in 2010 as Deputy Manager. She became Practice Manager in 2011, and Managing Partner in 2014. Teresa started her management career working in retail management for Plymouth Co-operative Society as a trainee manager in 1990, progressing to store manager by 1993. Teresa changed to health management in 1998, after the birth of her 2nd child having taken a role within Mount Gould Hospital within the facilities department, this lead to a promotional move to Derriford Hospital as Facilities Support Manager.


Mrs Kerry Heveran
Operations Manager

Kerry completed her Business and Administration Apprenticeship within the Neurophysiology Department at Derriford Hospital in 2007 and then went on to work at Hyde Park Surgery as a Receptionist, progressing to Practice Manager. Kerry worked at Hyde Park Surgery until she joined the practice in February 2016 as our Operations Manager.


Jacqui Hopkins
Reception Manager

Jacqui worked at the Inland Revenue as a Tax Officer for 18years before relocating to Plymouth in 2007.
She started employment as a receptionist at Peverell Park Surgery In June 2009 and became Reception manager in October 2017.


Care Advisors

In the past, many patients have booked appointments to see a GP for a range of issues that could have been better dealt with by other services (for example: pharmacy, physiotherapy, minor injuries unit).

In order to better serve our patients, we have been training our reception staff in the services available so that, where appropriate, they can highlight these to patients when they phone. For them to be able to help you, they do need to ask for a brief outline of why you’ve called. In recognition of this enhanced role and improved service, we have decided to change the receptionists job title to “Care Advisor” to better reflect what they actually do.

So please help us to help you: if you can give a brief outline of why you’re asking to see a GP, they may be able to draw your attention to a better solution.

Administration Team

We have an administrative team managing the day to day admin within the practice such as Econsult administration, scanning and coding, emails, note summarisation, medical reports and subject access requests, arranging a variety of clinics and referrals.