How we work

Our Doctors and Nurses work in Clinical Teams to provide continuity of care to patients. They are supported by Care Coordinators who provide administrative support to the teams and, are a point of contact and support for patients as well as ensuring proactive care by scheduling in activity and patient contact for the clinical teams.

All our doctors take part in our Same Day Team rota. Each day we have a GP on call from 8.00am -18.00pm and they are there to filter requests for same day appointments, provide telephone advice, provide face-to-face appointments for those who need to be seen, oversee home visit requests and deal with any patients who need an appointment soon, yet are having difficulty accessing this through our system. Sometimes they can be very busy but please be assured that they will get back to you and will not go home until they have safely managed your care.

The staff at The Lakeside Practice work hard to ensure only the best quality care is provided to all our patients. You can find out more about the different members of our team below.


Dr Patricia Marquez Mezquita (f)

Senior GP Partner

Dr Marquez Mezquita special interests include diabetes, women’s health and palliative care. First registered in February 2005 and P._Mezquita.JPGjoined the practice April 2006 as a sessional GP. She studied medicine at the Universidad Compluterse de Madrid (Spain).


Dr Anna De Bolos (f)

GP Partner

Dr De Bolos joined the practice in 2012 . She studied medicine in Barcelona & Madrid and continued studies in England.  Before joining the practice she worked in the Leeds and Wakefield area as a locum and in their Out of Hours Service, but took a small two months out to work in Ethiopia in the Gambo Hospital for a study.  Before joining Lakeside, Dr De Bolos was a partner at a surgery in Mexborough.  Dr De Bolos specialist interests are in Women's Health, Family Planning, Baby Clinic and Diabetes.  She is our Diabetic Lead at the Practice.  Dr De Bolos is also the GP Lead for phase 3a student Doctors who are on placement from Sheffield Medical School at the surgery.


Dr Stephanie Teanby-Clark (f)

GP Partner

Dr Teanby-Clark BHSc (Hons) MB ChB, DFSRH MRCGP, is a GP Partner at the surgery.  She joined the practice in February 2015. Dr Teanby-Clark qualified from Sheffield University Medical School in 2009 and worked in South Yorkshire as a junior doctor before joining the Doncaster GP Training Scheme.   As part of her training, she worked in hospital specialities including general medicine, care of the elderly, surgery, accident and emergency, psychiatry, rheumatology, dermatology, paediatrics and palliative care.  During her GP training she completed a diploma in Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare with the faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare.  Prior to working at the surgery, Dr Teanby-Clark worked at the contraception and sexual health clinic in Doncaster for 14 years.

She is a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners and is currently GP Lead for the first 5 Doncaster young GPs.  Dr Teanby- Clark has enjoyed leadership roles within Doncaster; Clinical Lead at Primary Care Doncaster 2018-2019 and, Clinical Director of the Doncaster North Primary Care Network May2019 to March 2021.  Dr Teanby-Clark is currently an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer in the Academic Unit of Medical Education at The University of Sheffield.  She has taught at Sheffield Medical School since September 2016.  She teaches both on the Early Years Scheme and Planned Educational Activities Scheme (PEAS).  She recently completed her PGCME through Sheffield University and was successful in becoming a GP Trainer in October 2020.  Her specialist interests are elderly medicine, palliative care, contraception and sexual health, child health, minor surgery and teaching.

Dr Melanie Hinchcliffe (f)

GP Partner

Melanie Hinchcliffe MbChB MECGP PGCME, began working at the practice as a locum and then salaried GP.  She became a GP Partner in September 2016.  Dr Hinchcliffe leads on Medical Education here at the practice.  She also has an interest in mental Health and has a specialist interest in cancer having worked as a Macmillan GP for Doncaster for 2 years.  Dr Hinchcliffe is currently the Mental Health Lead for Doncaster Clinical Commissioning group.

Dr Ade Eribake (m)

Salaried GP

Dr Adeniyi Eribake MbChB, MRCGP, has been working at The Lakeside Practice since August 2019 when he commenced his ST3 training.  He successfully became a salaried GP at the surgery in August 2020.  Dr Eribake is the GP lead for phase 3b student Doctors who are on placement from Sheffield Medical School at the surgery.

Dr Olabode Ifabiyi (m)

Dr Olabode Ifabiyi commenced his ST3 training with us here at The Lakeside Practice, becoming a salaried GP at the practice in December 2021.

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