Dr Abimbola Oluseyi Afelumo (Male) Senior Partner - MBBS (Ibadan 1985)
Dr Sammy Noah (Male) Locum - (Monday -Thursday mornings only) MBBS (1975 University of Khartoum)
Dr Mark Mazarelo (Male) Locum (Mon/Tues/Wed mornings only) - MUDr (1998 Universita Karlova)
Dr Pankaj Shah (Male) Locum (Thursday/Friday mornings) - MBBS (1972 Gujarat)
Dr Ahmad Azam Abdullah (Male) Temporary Locum (Friday mornings (when available) - MB BCh (2001 University of Wales) ** Dr Azam does not work every Friday - please check with the surgery to see when he is on duty **
Kate Mills is the Practice Manager and is responsible for the administration and operations of the Practice. She would be happy to hear your views/comments/suggestions regarding the service provided by the Practice. She is also responsible for maintaining and updating the website with our hosted provider.
Michele Phillips, Dawn Lloyd-Wood, Lauren Phillips, Claire Hodges, Betheny Dobson, Deborah Dando and Amy James are available to assist with emergency and routine appointments with a Doctor or Nurse, undertake printing of prescriptions, answer numerous, varied questions and offer help and assistance at all times.
Beverley Dobson (RGN 1st Level) is available by appointment only. Her numerous tasks include children and adult immunisations, cervical smears, diabetic reviews, respiratory checks, wound dressings and family planning. She also assists in minor surgery procedures which are carried out at the Surgery.
Deborah Roberts is a registered nurse who is able to assist us with the delivery of Covid and Flu vaccinations. She is also able to take bloods, BP readings and assess wound management.
Michele Phillips, Claire Hodges and Betheny Dobson are also qualified to undertake blood tests and blood pressure readings (by appointment only).
We have District Nurses, Midwives, Health Visitors, a Physiotherapist, a Pharmacist and the Primary Care Mental Health Team attached to the Practice who work closely within our Primary Care Team
We are not a training Practice for health care professionals, but occasionally a Community Pharmacist may sit in on a consultation to observe medication being prescribed. Your consent is required for this. If you are not in agreement to this, they will be asked to leave the room.