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  • Flu Vaccination is open to all patients

  • New online appointments are available for Mr Rafiq Clinical Pharmacist

  • New sessional GPs, Dr Hitesh Rana (Male) is covering two sessions a week and Dr Bushra Bi (Female) will be starting regular sessions from February 2018.


Dr Gerard D’Cruz

Senior Partner, MBBS (London) BSc (Pharm) graduated St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, London, in 1981, fully registered by the General Medical Council in 1982, and has been a principal in General Practice since 1985. Interests include minor surgery, diagnostic ultrasound & service development.

Currently supported by two regular locum GPs, Dr Hitesh Rana (Male) with a specialist interest in Orthopaedics and Dr Bushra Bi (Female) will be joining us from February 2018.


Supporting GPs

Our full time GP is assisted by a team of nurses led by Kim Frewin, a nurse prescriber with a background in paediatrics and health visiting.  Nurse Leah is a qualified prescribing Nurse Practitioner with a background in acute and tropical medicine. We currently also utilise a small number of doctors, to cover additional sessions.

To help us manage the demand for appointments, we have developed a triage system to ensure patients are seen in a timely manner which reflects their clinical need. In early October 2014 we also started utilising the services of a qualified Prescribing Pharmacist Mr Mohammed Rafiq to continue to help us manage patient demand appropriately. In January 2016 we will joined by another Prescribing Pharmacist Mr Jaffer Rashid.

Mr Rafiq specialises in all medication reviews for patients on repeat medications, minor ailments management, Long-term condition support (e.g. diabetes, asthma and hypertension medication management).

Mr Rashid specialises in mental health and depression management as well as minor ailments management, long term condition reviews and he is also qualified to cover smoking cessation courses with our patients.

Modern General Practice must demonstrate how it supports the public health agenda. While our clinicians rely on an experienced team of admin and community staff to help them do so, we depend on you to respond to invites for periodic check ups, cancer screening tests, and vaccinations. We also have staff trained to help patients review critical life style choices so as to improve the chances of enjoying good health for longer (stop smoking, weight management, curb excess alcohol consumption and commit to regular exercising).
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