20 Cleveland SquareMiddlesbroughCleveland, TS1 2NXTel: 01642 242746
MBBS (India) MRCGP, DFFP (UK) DRCOG (UK) Registered Medical Practitioner 2005 GMC number 5186511 Languages spoken English Hindi & Maithili
MBBS, (Karachi 2001) M.R.C.G.P.
Registered Medical Practitioner 2006, GMC 6059658
Languages spoken: English and Urdu
MBBS - 1997 - Bangalore
MRCGP - Oct 2005
A Nurse Practitioner is an advanced practice nurse who provided general and preventative care to both children and adults.
She is a new type of nurse with skills that cut across the role of Doctor and Nurse. We believe this will improve the range of services we can offer, in dealing with common illnesses such as cough, common cold, hey fever and skin rashes.
She can provide telephone advice and undertake chronic disease management;
Community Psychiatric Nurse (CPN) deal with mental health problems and counselling service is aimed at psychological problems.
Your doctor will arrange appointment for them in appropriate situation.
The practice Phlebotomist is available every day with both morning and afternoon appointments for all blood testing.
The Practice Manager, is responsible for the day to day running of the practice, ensuing that the patient receives professional and efficient service.
She will be happy to hear from you regarding your comments and questions about the practice administration.
The Prescription Clerks process all requests for repeat prescriptions; they are able to help you with any query regarding your medication. The prescription clerks receive regular updates regarding prescribing initiatives and guidelines.
On arrival at the surgery, you will be greeted by one of your Receptionists; if you have made a prior appointment they will be able to direct you to the appropriate person. They are trained to help you to decide what type of service you need from us.
The Practice Secretary, ensures smooth flow of information takes place between patient, doctor and hospital. She would telephone you or write to you on behalf of the doctor, and also pass your questions to appropriate doctor.
Your medications are reviewed on regular basis by pharmacist and doctors. The Pharmacist may advice on changes in medication, dose of mediation, and request blood tests to monitor effects of drugs.
Medication reviews are generally done in surgery and sometimes at your home.
District Nurses are available for patients who are housebound due to illness or recovering from major illness and are unable to attend surgery. District nurses are able to arrange the provision of various aids and appliances through social services. You may contact them by leaving a message at the surgery.
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