Dr Marcus Jacobs qualified as a doctor in 2001. He trained at St Andrews then Manchester University. He became a GP in 2006 and joined the practice in 2009.
Dr Raffi B Baghdjian qualified in medicine from Manchester University in 1980. After initial hospital training he joined the Practice in 1986.
Vicky began her training as a Nurse in 1992 at Wigan Infirmary. In 1997, Vicky spent a few years in South Africa where she did voluntary work for the South African Red Cross and worked in a high dependency unit in Durban. In 2000 she undertook further training to become a Midwife and worked for 10 years at Bolton Royal Infirmary. Following this she worked 7 years as a Practice Nurse in Haydock. Vicky joined our Practice in January 2018 and qualified as a Nurse Prescriber in 2019. She is also responsible for the administrative work of medical reports.
In her spare time Vicky enjoys running to keep herself fit.
Mrs Jacci Rowley is in charge of the staff and responsible for the smooth running of the Practice and will deal with any problems or queries regarding the Practice.
Emma is responsible for the referrals to the various hospitals etc and deals with any queries appertaining to this. Emma is also responsible for the recalls for the chronic disease clinics (heart disease, diabetic, asthma etc).
The receptionists are here to help patients. They are responsible for answering the telephone, making appointments, booking in patients, dealing with patient queries, and printing prescriptions. Anything you share with them will be treated in confidence.
They are trained to assist you with any enquries you may have regarding the services which the Practice provides and help you with queries such as test results, or anything you are unsure about.
Elizabeth - Lead Receptionist
Michelle - Administrator
Mary - Receptionist
Susan - Receptionist
Emma C - Medicines Co-Ordinator / Health Care Assistant
Emma works in conjunction with the GP's to send out information to patients regarding medication changes, such as dose changes, names of medication etc.
GP Net Earnings
NHS England require that the net earning of Doctors in the Practice is published and the required disclosure is shown below. However, it should be noted that the prescribed method for calculating earnings is potentially misleading because it takes no account of how much time Doctors spend working in the Practice, and should not be used to form any judgement about GP earnings, nor to make any comparison with any other Practice.
All GP Practices are required to declare the mean (average) earnings for GPs working to deliver NHS services to Patients at each Practice. The average pay for GPs working at Dr Baghdjian & Dr Jacobs in the last financial year was £71,010.84 before tax and National Insurance. This is for 2 full time GPs and 1 Locum GP who worked at the Practice for more than 6 Months.