Finch Hill Health Centre Level 2 Chester Street Car Park, Chester Street, Douglas, IM1 2PG | Tel: +44 (0) 1624 656050

Meet the Team

Our Doctors

Dr Helen Freer

BEng MBChB MRCGP –  GMC No 6115015

Our Nursing Staff

Mrs Colette Garvey


An appointment can be made via the receptionists without referral from a doctor.
She can offer a range of healthcare services from health promotion to lifestyle; adult and child vaccinations, suture removal and dressings, smear tests and ear irrigation.
Asthma, Diabetic reviews and Contraception appointments are all bookable with Nurse Colette.

Mrs Jan Ulyatt


Michelle Stephens


Yasmin Kelly


Our Practice Team

Rebecca Kelly
Practice Manager

The Practice Manager is in charge of practice administration, planning and development, information technology, personnel management and anything else that may arise. She would be happy to hear your views and suggestions about the services offered by the practice.

Katherine Wright

Katherine will resolve day-to-day medication issues and consult with and treat patients accordingly. She will also provide advice on those taking multiple medicines and carry out medication reviews for patients with ongoing health problems.

Louise Callister, Jo Abrahams, Louise Price, Jane Mooney, Michelle Stephens, Yasmin Kelly & Paula Looker

Our staff behind the desk will assist you in making appointments to see the doctor or nurse, take requests for repeat prescriptions; answer your questions and offer help and assistance.  You may also see Lynne, Carole & Lorraine, our Bank Receptionists, on duty.

Our Attached Staff

District Nurse

There is a district nursing team attached to the practice, which work very closely with the team at Finch Hill. The District Nurses deliver health care for non-mobile patients in their homes. They offer assessment , advice and care on all aspects of nursing needs, i.e. advice on incontinence and supply of pads and other aids; they apply dressings, remove stitches and give injections; including patients who are acutely or chronically sick or require palliative care.

Debbie Callister

A community midwife is attached to the practice to provide maternity services to patients. She runs a clinic on a Tuesday morning.