Dr Maryam S Sabir (f)
GP Partner – MB., ChB., BSc Hons. (Leicester 1994) DRCOG, MRCGP, Postgraduate Diploma in Gynaecology
GMC 4112099
I graduated in medicine from Leicester University in 1994. I worked at the Leeds General Infirmary, Pinderfields, York and Halifax in Obstetrics and Gynaecology until 2002.
I returned to Bradford to train in General practice and joined Sunnybank as a trainee and subsequently became a partner in 2004.
I have a special interest in women’s health, contraception, cognitive behavioural therapy and joint injections. I am also interested in postgraduate education and am a GP trainer.

Dr Danielle C Hann (f)
GP Partner- BSc(hons) Genetics, MBBS (St George’s Hospital Medical School, London 2004) MRCGP DRCOG
GMC 6102475
I moved to Yorkshire from the “South” in 2006 to start my training as a GP and have not looked back. I completed my final year of registrar training at Sunnybank and loved it so much I have stayed on and have been a partner here since 2012. I enjoy the variety of general practice and have an interest in anticoagulation and diabetes. Outside of work I spend all my time running around after my two children!

Dr Nikki A Barnett (f)
GP Partner – MBChB MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH (Leeds 2006)
GMC 6146634
Coming from Hull I am Yorkshire born and bred. I completed my medical training at Leeds University in 2006. I worked at both Calderdale Royal Hospital and Bradford Royal Infirmary for my junior house jobs and then completed my GP training through the Pennine VTS scheme. I joined Sunnybank in August 2011 as a salaried GP and became a Partner in 2013.
My interests are women’s health, minor surgery, pain management & musculoskeletal medicine (including joint injections). I am also Safeguarding lead for the practice. Outside of work I enjoy spending time with my family, exploring the surrounding countryside with my dogs as well as playing netball.

Dr Alistair P Jones (m)
GP Partner – MB ChB (Leeds 2007)
GMC 6158701
I have been a GP Partner at Sunnybank for the past 4 years having completed my undergraduate training in Leeds.
I work 4 days a week with interests in Anti-coagulation and Men’s Health.
I am the Practice lead for Prescribing and supervise our fantastic Practice Pharmacist team.
My other interests lie in teaching and I am an Honorary Lecturer at Leeds University. As well as coordinating our medical students, I am about to embark on a two year programme to become a GP trainer.

Dr Catherine Hart (f)
GP Partner – BSc (Hons) MBCHB MRCGP (Leeds 2006)
GMC 6146766
I moved to Leeds from East Sussex, following a four year excursion to Dundee for my first degree in Anatomical Studies. I graduated from Leeds University in 2006 and completed my GP training in Bradford in 2012.
I have recently taken a keen interest in the non-medical management of chronic pain. I am the lead for the pain clinic at the practice and am looking forward to improving our patients’ lives in regards to their pain in the future, without the need for dependency on medication.

Dr Rich Holbrough (m)
GP Partner – MB BS (Newcastle 2006)
GMC 6134911
I attended Newcastle University before returning to Yorkshire and working in Halifax, Huddersfield and Bradford hospitals. I then completed my GP training in Wakefield and worked in a GP practice there before coming to Sunnybank.
I have a specific interest in Ear, Nose and Throat as well as joint injections.

Dr Laura McCarthy (f)
Salaried GP – MB ChB (Leeds 2007)
GMC 6158725

Dr Rabia Khan (f)
Salaried GP – MBChB (Manchester 2012)
GMC 7266718

GP Registrars

As a training practice, we will often have a GP Registrar working with us as they complete their GP Registrar training programme to become a GP.

A GP Registrar will normally be with us for a minimum of six months.