I graduated in 1983 from Birmingham Medical School. I joined the Practice in 1988 after working at several local hospitals in Birmingham. Within the Practice I hold regular antenatal clinics as well as being responsible for running the regular Diabetic Clinics.
BM, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP
I graduated from Southampton University in 1992. I moved to York to work in the GP Training scheme and as a locum practitioner. Within the Practice I have a keen interest in ENT, elderly mental health care, chronic heart disease and prescribing.
MBChB, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP
I graduated from Bristol University in 1990. I joined the Practice in 1998 as the only female partner. My main areas of interest are women's health, paediatrics, dermatology, rhuematology and minor surgery. I also have a particular interest in using alternative methods of treatment such as relaxation therapy and acupuncture for treating certain conditions.
MBBS, MRCGP, MRCPCH, MPCS, FCPS
I graduated in 1994 from the University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan. I moved to the UK through the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health's International Paediatric training scheme and in 2006 became a member of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. I hold the Warwick University Certificate in Diabetes care. After working as a salaried GP in Sandwell & West Birmingham I joined the Practice in April 2016.
MBBS, MRCGP, DFFP, DCP, DGM, Fellow of Higher Education Academy
I graduated from Punjab Medical College in Pakistan in 2001. I have been working as a General Practitioner since 2010. I joined this practice only in September 2017. In addition to providing routine clinics, on call duties and home visits, I have special interest in Musculoskeletal and family planning. My procedural skills include joint injections for arthritic pain and sub-dermal implant insertion (Nexplanon) for contraception.
Practice Manager: Diane joined the Practice in April 2010. She is responsible for the management of both surgeries. She is always happy to speak to patients about the level of service received and equally welcomes your views and suggestions. She support's GPs and other medical professionals with delivering patient services and also help to develop extended services to enhance patient care The Practice manager’s role is diverse which includes reception duties, staff training and; development; dealing with complaints, devising and implementing practice policies and procedures, organising practice meeting, training sessions and courses,
Health Care Assistant
EDI Level 3 NVQ In Health & Social Care (Adults)
Health Care Assistant: Lisa can take bloods, give flu vaccines, pneumonia vaccination, Vitamin B12 injection, check blood pressure, well person check, NHS health check, ECG's, simple dressings, removal of stitches, one to one Smoking Cessation advice, ear syringing, spirometry. She also assists the doctors with any other requirements.
Alison is responsible for all the secretarial duties within the Practice. Typing of all referral letters, liaises with hospital secretraries and carries out administrative tasks as request by the clinicians. She processes choose & book referrals and deals with patient queries.
Emma is responsible for all the secretarial duties within the Practice. Typing of all referral letters, liaises with hospital secretaries and carries out administrative tasks as request by the clinicians. She processes choose & book referrals and deals with patient queries.
The Practice Administrator is responsible for much of the day to day paperwork which includes patient registration and deductions including updating patient information on records. Management of the appointment system and clinician's holidays as well as stock control of both travel and child immunisations.
All reception staff are required to work at both surgeries to provide reception cover and ensure the smooth running of reception. The ladies behind the counter will assist you in making appointments to see any of the clinicians, nurses, health care assistants and midwife. They will also help to process your repeat prescriptions, answer numerous and varied questions and offer help and assistance at all times. It is a legal requirement that confidentiality is maintained at the highest level by all staff. Should you require to speak to a receptionist (in confidence) please ask to do so.