Dr. Harnaik Johal
MBBS BSc MRCGP
Dr. Pooja Goel
MBBS BSC MRCGP DRCOG
Dr. Mary Crowe
Dr. Zakar Rafiq
The practice Nurse assists the doctor in the surgery and is qualified to carry out:
a. Immunisations (children and adults)
b. Blood pressure checks & chronic disease clinics.
c. Cervical smears
d. Advice on Diet, Weight & Smoking
e. New registration, health promotion, and NHS health checks.
The receptionists are your link to the doctors and nurses and as such play an important part in ensuring that you receive the best possible service.
They are there to help you, the more information you can give with regard to your needs the better they will be able to do this.
The administrative staff are responsible for the many tasks that need to be carried out on a daily basis to ensure the smooth running of the practice.
District Nurse, ICM Team, Community Respiratory Nurse and Rapid Response Team
work closely with practice as a multidisciplinary team to offer comprehensive care to patients with Long Term Conditions.
The Health Visitor gives advice relating to growth, feeding, and behavioural problems and helps in child health surveillance.
Community Midwife looks after pregnant mothers in the antenatal clinic and visits all women at home after the birth of the baby.