|Dr Patrick Ward
||MBBS MRCGP DRCOG
(King's College London 1992)
|Dr Sarah Neill
(University of Glasgow 1991)
|Dr Sapna Subhani
||BA MBBChir DCH DRCOG MRCGP
(University of Cambridge 1988)
|Dr Kajan Kanagasabai
||BSc MBBS MRCGP DRCOG DFFP
(Bart's & The Royal London 1998)
|Dr Natalia Iriso
(University of Zaragoza 1997)
|Dr Dinesh De Silva
(Imperial College London 2002)
Dr Bhavna George
(University of Mysore 1996)
Ms Tijana Kricka is the practice manager and she is responsible for the administration and overall running of the surgery in support of the doctors.
There is a team of receptionists whose job it is to make appointments, answer questions, deal with the many telephone calls and repeat prescriptions, and ensure the smooth running of the surgeries. This is a difficult and demanding task and your patience and co-operation is greatly appreciated.
There is also a small team of administrative staff who are responsible for ensuring that all relevant and timely information is recorded on both the computerised medical records and in the patient's paper notes. As you would expect, we increasingly record information on the computerised records.
Mrs Sarah Morris and Mrs Jane Clark are the practice secretaries and their time is spent preparing referral letters and following up queries.
Claire Holland RGN
Vivienne Devlin RGN
Marie Warner RGN
Stephanie Lal RGN
Karen Smith RGN
Amanda Stirling RGN
Our senior nurse is Mrs Claire Holland. The practice nurse role includes immunisations, cervical smears, blood pressure monitoring, leg ulcer care, dressings and removal of stitches, minor injuries and ear syringing, in addition to providing support for minor operations. Separate nurse appointments are available for these services.
In addition there are several nurse-led clinics covering specialist areas, for example: coronary heart disease, asthma, diabetes etc for which an appointment is also required.
TravelHealthUK is the clinic operated for up-to-date advice and immunisations for travellers, both for registered and unregistered patients. The clinic is managed and led by Ms Amanda Stirling - services currently suspended
Social Prescriber Link Worker
Social Prescribing is a non-medical referral option for patients:
- With one or more long term conditions
- Who need support with their mental health
- Who are lonely and isolated
- Who have complex social needs which affect their wellbeing
During Covid 19 SPLW are also making Welfare Calls to vulnerable patients, arranging food shopping and medication delivery, offering emotional support and more.
Bones, joints, muscle pain? Appointments available.
First contact physiotherapist is Mr Sarang Kale and he can:
· Assess you and diagnose what’s happening
· Give expert advice on how best to manage your condition
· Recommend exercises and other approaches to deal with the issue
· Refer you on to specialist services if necessary
District Nurses & Health Visitors
The District Nurse and Health Visitor teams work in co-operation with the surgery to provide Community Care to patients.
The District Nurses provide home nursing services mainly for the elderly, the housebound and chronically sick.
The Health Visitors usually work with families and young children.