|Dr Pratima Khunti (f)|
MB ChB DRCOG MRCGP
Dr Khunti trained in Dundee and registered in 1985. Her interests include: general medicine, diabetes, asthma, paediatrics, child health, gynaecology, sexual health and family planning.
|Dr Linda Browne (f)|
MB ChB DFSRH DOcc MedDr Browne trained in Leicester and registered in 1990. Her interests include general medicine, paediatrics, asthma, gynaecology, family planning and minor surgery.
|Dr Aruna Garcea (f)|
MB ChB BSc MRCOG MRCGP DFSRH
Dr Garcea trained in Manchester and registered in 1997. Her interests include: general medicine, gynaecology, obstetrics, sexual health, family planning and mental health.
|Dr Julie Andrews (f)|
MB ChB (only available during term time)
Dr Andrews trained in Leicester and registered in 1993. Her interests include: general medicine, paediatrics, ophthalmology and dermatology.
|Dr Sarbjit Raja (f)|
MB ChB DFSRH
Dr Raja trained in Leicester and registered in 1997. Her interests include: general medicine, paediatrics, mental health, dermatology and family planning.
|Dr Uma Mahalingappa (f)|
MB BS nMRCGP DRCOG DFSRH
Dr Mahalingappa trained in India and registered in 2000. Her interests include: general medicine, women’s & sexual health and child health.
|Dr Jaylata Shah|
|Dr Unnatiben Patel (f)|
|Dr Natasha Fernando (f)|
|Dr Faraz Anjum (m)|
|Dr Charita Mandalia (f)|
|GP Speciality Registrars|
Dr Bhavin Doshi (m)
Dr Mithun Unadkat (m)
Dr Maha Osman (f)
We have a number of Registrars who are all here on a short term placement. They are fully qualified GP's and are here to gain supported experience in a GP practice setting. This is essential before they are allowed to work unsupported in a GP practice of their own or as a GP in a bigger team.
Mrs Caroline Needham
A clinical pharmacist is an expert in medicines; a pharmacist is trained for 5 years at university and also during work based placements. Some pharmacists complete further clinical training after qualifying and this may include training to prescribe medicines.
Our clinical pharmacists will work with individual patients to make sure the medicines they have been prescribed continue to be of benefit to each patient, taking in to account any changes in symptoms or clinical circumstances. This will be a medication review appointment, patients are encouraged to ask questions about medicines they are prescribed and also those they purchase when they meet with the clinical pharmacist.
As well as seeing patients to discuss their individual medicines the clinical pharmacist will form part of the multidisciplinary practice team providing advice to the doctors and nurses about the best medicines to prescribe for patients who have complex medication needs.