Dr Chandra Kothari (M) MD (DSM 1978) DA DRCOG DFFP
Dr Deepak Nanda (M) MB BS (London 1987) DA MRCGP
Dr Beverley Hart (F) MB BS 1987 London
Dr Mark Metcalfe (M) MB BS (London 2004) BSc MRCGP MBBS DRCOG
Dr Preena Beegoo (F) MB BS (London 2010)
Dr Mazlan Kamarudin (M) MB BCh (Wales 2003)
Dr Thayalini Loganathan (F) MB BS 1999
Advance Nurse Practitioners
Diane Croft and Desdra Sarchet can assist with chest infections, diarrhoea & sickness, heartburn, arthritis, urinary tract infections, diabetes, anxiety & depression, neck & back pain.
Claire Boston, Ann Butcher, Anneliese Lazell, Sarah Mather, Jill Patrick, Nicki Sutton and Sue Walker can assist with asthma / COPD, cervical screening, travel advice & vaccinations, blocked ears & ear ache, minor injuries, conjunctivitis, childhood immunisations, family planning, wound dressing & suture removal, sore throat, minor rashes, eczema and insect bites.
Victoria Pearce and Cathy Norton support the nurses with blood pressure checks, dressings, smoking cessation, EGC's, NHS healthchecks and new patient health checks
Carol Marston, Cathy Norton and Linda Williams carry out the blood test clinic Monday to Friday from 0700 to 1200.
Emergency Care Practitioners
Deena Duce and Karen Frost support the doctors with home visits.
Bertha Fiador and Lisa Pickering support the doctors and clinical teams to ensure the medication prescribed is safe & clinically effective and that the surgery follows local and national prescribing guidelines.
The practice manager is responsible for all of the business aspects of the practice such as making sure that the right systems are in place to provide a high quality of patient care, human resources, finance, patient safety, premises and equipment and information technology. The practice manager supports the GPs and other medical professionals with delivering patient services and also helps to develop extended services to enhance patient care.
Assistant Practice Managers - Clare and Pauline
Our prescription clerks work closely with the pharmacist and doctors. They issue repeat prescriptions and deal with prescription enquiries,
Our receptionists are trained care navigators who try to do a very difficult job well. They may have to ask you some necessary questions, concerning your registration or the urgency of your request for medical assistance in order to help the practice run smoothly and safely. All our receptionists are bound by the same rules of confidentiality as the doctors and nurses.
The secretarial team play an essential part in the running of the practice. They make sure that all the referrals the doctors want to make get to the hospital/consultant concerned and they also make many appointments using the Choose and Book system.
The administration team deal with the "back room" work of the practice which is essential to the efficient working of the practice.