We have a unique opportunity to join the clinical team at Snaefell Surgery 

Salaried GP post 

We are looking for an enthusiastic and dedicated GP to join our friendly and inclusive team, to support us in delivering high quality holistic care to our diverse practice population.


Our practice is supportive, friendly and innovative and we have a clear vision for care delivery. We pride ourselves on being the first alternative model of general practice here on the Isle of Man and we strive for continuous quality improvement.


We believe in a healthy work-life balance and work hard to achieve this by looking at new ways of working and to streamline workload. Our open and honest culture underpins effective team working and we invest in and value all our staff.


We are seeking someone who shares our vision, is driven, committed, and excited to join a cohesive, mutually supportive work environment. We would be happy to consider flexible working and part-time or job share arrangements.


We fully welcome informal discussion and visits to the practice.


Should you wish for further information please contact :-


Mrs Carole Johnson (Practice Manager) -


Dr Ruth Peacock (f)

Salaried GP

Nurse Practitioners

Mrs Mary-Rose Pritchard (f)

Mary-Rose is one of our Advanced Nurse Practitioner Partners, having entered into partnership with Dr Osbelt on 1 October 2021.

Mrs Janette Qualtrough (f)

Janette is one of our Advanced Nurse Practitioner Partners who entered into partnership with Dr Osbelt on 1 October 2021.

Mrs Joleen Crellin (f)

Joleen is an Advanced Nurse Practitioner who holds a Masters' Degree (Distinction) in Advanced Practice.


The Practice Nurses are available throughout the day by appointment.  Our nurses help with the day to day running of the Practice in the form of:

  • Chronic disease management including prescriptions (diabetes, asthma, BP, raised cholesterol)
  • Dressings
  • Immunisations and Vaccinations
  • Ear Syringing
  • Dietary Advice/Weight Checks
  • Health Checks
  • Blood Pressure Management
  • Contraceptive Services
  • Cervical Smears
  • As our nurses are qualified Nurse Prescribers, they are able to prescribe medication to you under the supervision of the GPs.

Healthcare Assistants

Healthcare assistants support practice nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as phlebotomy (drawing blood), blood pressure measurement and new patient checks. They may act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor requests one.

Practice Management

Mr Robin Hynes (m)

Robin is our Business Manager and has responsibility for the day to day financial management of the Surgery.He is contactable on 686961 or by

Carole Johnson (f)

Carole is our Practice Manager and is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Practice.  She is also available to help answer any specific queries that you may have or to assist in the solution of any problems and complaints that may arise.  Carole is contactable on 686960 or by


Yvonne Sayle
Vivienne Corlett
Katie Smith
Linzi Carvin
Emma Daugherty

They are your first point of contact with our practice and they will try and meet all your requirements efficiently and courteously.  They have a busy and difficult job so we would appreciate your co-operation in providing them with the information they request. 

We will not tolerate any abusive, aggressive or threatening behaviour to any of our staff and this will result in the patient being removed from the Surgery list with immediate effect.

Community Nurses

The Practice has a team of District Nurses who are contactable by telephoning 656033.  If they are not available, you may leave a message on their answerphone and they will return your call as soon as possible.  It is helpful if you are requesting a visit from the District Nurse to ensure that you contact them before 10:00.

Health Visitors

The Practice has an attached Health Visitor who has an office on the premises.  She can be contacted on 686962.  Our Health Visitor specialises in family health care, child care and health promotion.

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