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PLEASE HELP  -If you receive a copy of the National GP survey between Jan-Oct 2017 PLEASE COMPLETE AND RETURN. This really helps our practice  to gauge how we are performing. THANK YOU  

Primary Medical Care Commissioning Strategy

 

 

 

Doctors

The TeamThe Team
Dr Derek ParkinsonDr Derek Parkinson

Senior Partner (MbChB Leeds 1985)

Dr Parkinson's practice merged with Dr Winn's practice in 1994. Dr Parkinson is Lead GP for Diabetes and Weight Management. Dr Parkinson is the Lead Cardiology GP, and is accredited to perform and analyse ECG's. Dr Parkinson achieved accreditation in Anticoagulation Monitoring in May 08, and runs our in-house Warfarin Clinic.

Dr Alice Gavin (f)Dr Alice Gavin (f)

Partner (MBChB Aberdeen 1992, MRCGP) Dr Gavin joined the practice in 2004 initially as a salaried gp. Dr Gavin is a GPSi in Dermatology and runs our in-house service. Dr Gavin is accredited to perform Tier 1 & 2 Minor Surgery and is currently applying to undertake Tier 3. She is a GP trainer.

Dr Veena Mills (f)

Partner (MBchB MRCP MRCGP DFSRH)

I qualified from Leeds in 1997 I did quite a lot of general medicine before becoming a GP so am interested in lots of areas including diabetes and gastroenterology.

I am qualified to provide contraception services (implanons and coils) and have Level 2 sexual health training. I am also interested in women's and child health

I'm currently training to become a GP with a specialist interest in Epilepsy for the Bradford Epilepsy service

Dr Claire Holdsworth (f)

Partner (MbChB)                             qualified  2006

Dr Holdsworth started working at Rockwell and Wrose Practice  on 1 4 2014 undertaking six sessions per week as a Salaried GP, however this post was “with view to partnership” and from 1st December 2014, Dr Holdsworth was invited to step up to partnership . Dr Holdsworth is part way through Diploma in Geriatric medicine, and is a GP Trainer supporting Dr Gavin in this role. Dr Holdsworth has interests in the wider NHS economy.

   

 

 

Dr Emma Savin (f)

emmaSalaried GP (MBChB, MRCGP, DCH, DFSRH)

Dr Savin has a special interest in Sexual Health & Family Planning and Paediatrics. She is working with Dr's Mills and Bhat to provide a sexual health and family planning service for men and women. Dr Savin is accredited for the insertion and removal of the Implanon contraceptive and coils. She is the Child protection lead for the practice, runs a weekly baby check and postnatal clinic and has a diploma in child health

Dr Preeti Bhat (f)

Salaried GP MBBS (newcastle 2003) MRCGP DFFP

Diploma in practical dermatology

Specialist interest in family planning and dermatology. I am accredited for insertion and removal of nexplanon contraceptive and of intrauterine devices.

Dr Sadiya Chaudhry (f)

Salaried GP (MbCHB)                       qualified 2009

Dr Chaudhry stared her work with the practice from 1 6 2014 as a full time salaried GP. Dr Chaudhry has an interest in older people and commences Geriatric diploma in autumn.

 

Dr Anna Kennedy (f)

Dr Kennedy

Salaried GP (MBChB Leeds 2008, nMRCGP)

Dr Kennedy started working at the practice as a GP registrar in 2013 and continued in a salaried GP post after completing her training. She has an interest in respiratory medicine and also performs joint injections.

Dr GP Registrar Dr Zohra Hafeez (f)
Dr GP Registrar Dr Aisha Butt (f)
Dr GP Registrar Dr Rebecca Lucy Furniss (currently on maternity leave) (f)

GP Registrars are fully qualified and registered doctors who have passed out of medical school and completed their 2 years of preregistration in hospital and have been added as fully registered doctors on to the GMC list.

They are currently on a 3 year GP registration course which involves further hospital training in specialities as well as general medicine where they have an attachment to a practice under a supervising qualified GP. All GP's must undergo this training before they can become qualified GP's in their own right.

 

 
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