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DURING THE   MONTH OF

February  2020

  137

PATIENTS DID NOT ATTEND

FOR THEIR APPOINTMENT

THIS IS EQUIVALENT TO 25.5 HRS

GP & NURSE TIME WASTED

IF YOU CANNOT ATTEND

 

FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT

PLEASE LET US KNOW

SOMEONE ELSE MAY NEED IT!

						

The practice consists of 7

All doctors provide contraception services. Dr Hammond and Dr Asfand-E-Yar also do coil fittings.

All doctors provide some level of minor surgery services including joint injections; incisions / excisions.

Dr Hammond,  Dr Ring and Dr Sowden  together with the Health Visitors, see children for Health Screening. 

Doctors

Dr Erika L Hammond (f)

MB ChB  MRCGP (Leeds 1990)

Dr Fawad Azam (m)
MB ChB  MRCGP (Manchester 2006)
Dr Sabah Asfand-E-Yar (f)

MBBS, MRCGP, MRCP, DFSRH (Punjab 1991)

Dr Matthew Sowden (m)

MB ChB  (Manchester 1993)

Dr Jonathan Ring (m)

MB ChB(Leicester 2000) BSc(Hons), MRCGP, DFRSH, DCH, PG Cert primary Care 

Dr Anna Williams (f)

MB ChB(Hons) MRCGP BA(Hons)

Dr Charlotte Parker (f)

MBChB Leeds, MRCGP, PGDipDerm

GP Registrars

What is a GP Registrar?

A GP Registrar is a qualified doctor who has chosen to undertake speciality training in general practice. It takes a minimum of 5 years to qualify as a GP and involves working both in hospital and in general practice posts. Whilst in general practice registrars are supervised by an experienced GP trainer.

What does this mean for my consultation?

Usually nothing. GP registrars undertake a “debrief” after their clinic where they discuss all cases with an experienced GP. Occasionally a registrar may contact you after the surgery when they have discussed your case further. Please ensure your contact details with the surgery are up to date.

Sometimes GP Registrars will video their consultations or have another GP sitting with them for training purposes. You will be notified prior to your consultation if this is the case.

Dr Mahwish Mahmood (f)
Dr Mohamed Mousa (m)
Dr Siyad Jimale (m)
Dr Sairah Khalid (f)
Dr Henna Anwar (f)
 
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