Our receptionists provide an important link for patients with the practice and are your initial contact point for general enquiries. They can provide basic information on services and results and direct you to the right person depending on your health issue or query. Receptionists make the most of the patient appointments with the GP's and nurses. They also perform other important tasks such as issuing repeat prescriptions and dealing with prescription enquiries, financial claims, patient records and carrying out searches and practice audits.

Doctors

Dr Nishan Boteju (m)

MBBS PG Cert in Medical Education. FRCGP 

GP trainer / Educational Superviser

Registered, North Colombo Private Medical College - Sri Lanka, 2002.
Dr Eng Ong (m)

MBChB DRCOG DFFP. 

Tutor for Warwick Medical Students

Registered, University of Dundee, 1997.
Dr Muralidhar Narra (m)

MBBS. MRCGP

Clinical Supervisor for GP trainees

Registered, NTR University of Health Sciences, 2007.
Dr Beej Shah (f)

MbChB

Birmingham 2011

MRCGP

Trainer for medical students from Warwick University.

Provides clinical supervision for qualified Doctors who are training to become GP's.

Dr Hem Lata Rai (f)

MB BS 2005 Xian Jiaotong University

Dr Omodolapo Jaji (f)

GP registrars,  are fully qualified and registered doctors, ie they have passed out of medical school and completed their 2 years of preregistration in hospital and been admitted as fully registered doctors on to the GMC list.


They are currently on a 3 year GP registration course, this involves further hospital medical training in specialities which may include paediatrics, geriatrics, psychiatry, dermatology and general medicine etc. and an attachment to a practice under a supervising qualified GP. All GPs must undergo this training before they can become fully qualified GPs in their own right.


Dr Jaji is an ST1.  She is in the first year of the three year course.  To ensure patients receive the best standard of care and support Dr Jaji in her learning she may discuss the patients she sees with a qualified GP at the surgery. 

Dr Zahra Syed (f)

Dr Syed is a Foundation Doctor. This is a two year training programme immediately following graduation from medical school. On completion of the Foundation Programme she will be able to apply for a Specialty or further GP Training.

Dr Adam Mohammad (m)

Dr Mohammad is a Foundation Doctor (F2). This is a two year training programme immediately following graduation from medical school. On completion of the Foundation Programme he will be able to apply for a Specialty or further GP Training.

Dr Mohamed Abdula (m)

GP registrars,  are fully qualified and registered doctors, ie they have passed out of medical school and completed their 2 years of preregistration in hospital and been admitted as fully registered doctors on to the GMC list.


They are currently on a 3 year GP registration course, this involves further hospital medical training in specialities which may include paediatrics, geriatrics, psychiatry, dermatology and general medicine etc. and an attachment to a practice under a supervising qualified GP. All GPs must undergo this training before they can become fully qualified GPs in their own right.


Dr Abdula is an ST2.  He is in the second year of the three year course.  To ensure patients receive the best standard of care and support Dr Abdula in his learning may discuss the patients he sees with a qualified GP at the surgery. 

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