Practice and local teams

Our teams

As a patient in our practice, you are looked after by our practice team which is made up of a range of different health care professionals (not just doctors and nurses). In addition, our local community health team and social workers work to support our and neighbouring practices. This is all covered below, and you can contact the local community health team directly once you are under their care.

Dr Nishel Patel (m)
DCH, MRCGP
Senior GP Partner Mondays Tuesdays Wednesdays Thursdays

Dr Seema Jani (f)
MBBS MRCP MRCGP
GP Partner Mondays Tuesdays Wednesdays Thursdays

Dr Jonathan Davey (m)
Regular Locum Various sessions

Dr Farah Hussain (f)
Regular Locum Various sessions

Dr Arun Daddar (m)
Regular Locum Various sessions

Further information

General information on doctors can be found under

GMC number

You can search for any doctor’s GMC number, registration status, training and other useful information see under Practice Doctors.

Nurse Practitioners

Nurse Kim Williams (f)

Nurse Debbie Norris (f)

Nurse Sue Parslow (f)

Nurse Practitioners can deal with minor illnesses such as coughs, colds, flu, earache, hayfever, diarrhoea & vomiting, rashes, strains & sprains, contraceptive advice as well as general nursing.

Nurses

Nurse Jayne Hewetson (f)
Senior Practice Nurse specialising in Asthma and COPD

Mondays Tuesdays and Wednesdays

Nurse Polly Kaur (f)
Practice Nurse with speciality in Diabetes

Mondays Tuesdays Thursdays & Fridays

Nurse Elna Taylor (f)
Practice Nurse specialising in Asthma, COPD & Cardiac

Mondays Tuesdays Wednesdays Thursdays & Fridays

Nurse Luxmi Gordon (f)
Practice Nurse

Wednesday, Thursday & Fridays

Healthcare assistants

Ms Alison Woods (f)
Alison is our very experienced Healthcare Assistant who is a key member in supporting the practice nurses and doctors with their daily work, and carries out tasks such as phlebotomy, blood pressure measurements, injections, NHS Health checks, Pre-Diabetes checks and dressings.

Ms Jordan Carey (f)

Phlebotomists

We have qualified phlebotomists from Wexham Park Hospital available for blood tests in both Denham and Aysgarth Medical Centres. They run a clinic by appointment only in Denham on a Monday and Wednesday, and are in Aysgarth on a Tuesday morning.

Further information

General information on nursing roles can be found under

Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians

Mrs Jaspreet Girn (f)

Ms Farah Naz (f)

Ms Pinali Patel(f)

Physiotherapists

Mr Prashanth Bathini (m)
First Contact Practitioners are physiotherapists with enhanced skills. They can help patients with musculoskeletal issues by assessing and diagnosing issues, giving expert advice on how best to manage their conditions & referring them onto specialist services if necessary. They are able to request MRI and Ultrasounds if they feel it’s appropriate.

Social prescribers and care coordinators

Mrs Hanna Perricone (f)
Our Social Prescriber helps patients to improve their health, well-being and social welfare by connecting them to community services which might be run by the council or a local charity.

Further information

General information about some of these additional roles can be found under

Our primary care network is explained further under

 

Practice management team

Ms Emma Woodbridge (f)
Practice Manager

Mrs Sandra Quigley (f)
Reception Manager

Mrs Helena Roome (f)
Senior Administrator and Complaints Lead

Patient advisors

Our patient advisors are the first people you will come in contact with and are there to help you. They are not, however, qualified to give any Medical Advice. You may be assured that any information received by them is treated in the strictest confidence.

Secretaries

Mrs Anita Riches (f)
Monday to Thursday 9am-2.15pm

Mrs Pauline Manning (f)
Monday to Friday 9am-2.15pm

Further information

General information about management and administrative roles can be found under

We work closely with our local community health team who look after patients in our and neighbouring practices.

Contact details and self-referral

You can contact the local community health team directly once you are under their care, some of the community teams you can self-refer to (without needing to go through your GP practice). We provide all these details including telephone contact details where available under

Health visitor

You can self-refer to the health visitor team. For how to self-refer and further information on how the health visitor team support you and your child until the age of 5, see under

Adult community health team (includes district nurses)

Includes district nurses and occupational therapists. You can self-refer to occupational therapists. How to do this and for further information about how district nurses and occupational therapists can support, see under

Community midwife team

You can self-refer for maternity care, for how to self-refer and further information on how the midwife team can support with many queries through pregnancy, see under

  • Pregnancy – you can contact the team directly if you are already under their care

Palliative care team

The palliative care team work closely with our local adult community health team (district nurse team). There is information about how the palliative care team provide support, see under

  • End of life care – you can contact the palliative care team directly if you are already under their care

Contact details

You can contact the local social care team directly using the telephone details found under

Further information

You can self-refer for a social care assessment. This is explained in detail under


Self-refer to other services in the practice

There are new roles and services which have been created in practices which may help you avoid the need to wait for a GP appointment.

In practice self-referrals

These services and roles are provided through local practices  working together (Our Primary Care Network), external organisations or created by our practice. You can access this support directly without needing to go through a doctor or nurse. These “in practice self-referrals” can be found in the self-referral section under

Outside practice self-referrals

Some of the community teams you can self-refer to without needing to go through your GP practice, we provide details including how to contact them, see under

Further information

If you want a general overview of all the various teams, see under


Our primary care network (PCN)

We work with a number of local practices to improve the support we give local patients. We explain this further under

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