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The NHS app

The NHS have asked surgeries to only promote the NHS app as a way to view your medical records online. This is because it is much safer and secure than other service providers. The Surgery is no longer promoting other apps such as Patient Access, or myGP.

If you haven't already, please complete an online access to medical records form, and hand it into Reception. This will enable you to have your records online. You can then register for the NHS app here: https://www.nhs.uk/nhs-app/nhs-app-help-and-support/getting-started-with-the-nhs-app/

Doctors

The Partners

Dr A Galloway (f)

MB BS 1983 FRCGP

Dr M Wells (m)

MB BS 1994 MRCGP

Dr S Saeed (m)

MBChB 1992 MRCGP

Dr C Keers (m)

MB BS 1999 MRCGP

Dr A Jacob (f)

MB BS B.Sc (Hons) MRCGP

The doctors above practice together as a non-limited partnership.

Associate GP’s

Dr J Rogers (f)

BM BCh MRCGP

Dr H Sheikh (f)

MB BS MRCGP

Dr P Senthilkumar (f)

MB BS MRCGP

Dr T Vijayaseelan (f)

MB BS MRCGP

Dr P Shah (f)

MBBS BSc MRCGP

Dr F Treacy (f)

MB BS MRCGP

Dr M Siva (f)

MBBS Bsc MRCGP 

Training Practice


Registrar GP (ST1/2/3 GP)


A Registrar GP (ST1/2 or ST3 GP) is a fully qualified doctor with several years’ postgraduate experience in hospitals who is attached to the practice prior to becoming a full-time principal in general practice. On some occasions their consultation is recorded on video with the patient’s agreement. This is for training purposes only.


SHO GP (F2 Doctor)


These are fully qualified doctors at an early stage of their general training who are attached to the practice as part of a rotation through various medical specialities.


Students


The surgery is a University-linked Training Practice. This means we take part in the training of medical and other students, who may be present during some consultations. They are bound by the same rules of confidentiality and ethical behaviour as qualified doctors. You have the right to refuse to have them present during your consultation if you so wish. Please inform the receptionist to this effect.

 
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