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Practice and local 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. Some of the community teams you can self-refer to without needing to go through your GP practice, we provide details under Contact details and self-referral. If you want a general overview of all the various teams, see under Primary Care Networks (PCNs) and Practices and NHS Community services.

We include more general information on Practice Doctors. Our status as a training practice is explained under about us.

Dr Thillaiampalam Sivaramalingam (Dr Tilly Siva)
MBBS MRCGP DRCOG DCH DFFP ABIM
Qualified at Charing Cross and Westminster Hospital and registered in 1988
Special Interests: Joint injections

Dr Laura Weidner
MBChB MRCGP PGCMDE
Qualified at Birmingham University and registered in 2005
Special Interests: GP Trainer

Dr Sarah Crick
MBChB (Hons) MRCGP DCH DRCOG DFSRH
Qualified at Leeds University and registered in 2008
Special Interests: Gynaecology – contraceptive coils and implants

Dr Nishee Calandrini
BSc. MBBS (London 2006). MRCOG. MRCGP
Qualified in London and registered in 2006
Special Interests: Gynaecology – contraceptive coils and implants

Dr Sureena Bhattacharya
MBBS BSc MRCGP DFSRH DRCOG
Qualified in London and registered in 2005
Special Interests: Gynaecology – contraceptive  implants

Dr Mohsin Chaudhary
MBBS BSc MRCGP PGCMedEd ECEPC

GP Registrars (trainee doctors) for the forthcoming year

We have a short summary about training in the practice under About The Practice and more general information on GP training under Training Practice.

TO ADD

GMC number

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

We provide general information on nursing roles under Practice Nurse Team.

Nurses

Jeanne Rooney
Practice Nurse Manager

Ms Shirley Westall
Practice Nurse

Healthcare assistant

Ms Maria Kalyan
Healthcare Assistant

We explain more about our primary care network under our primary care network. There is more general information about some of these additional roles under Additional Roles.

Advanced Clinical Practitioner (ACP)

Michael Fisher 
BSc(hons), MSc, MSc, IPSP, PGDip, AP
15 years experience working in the NHS
Independent prescriber
Similar scope of practice as a General Practitioner (except Obstetrics and Gynaecology)
Lead Clinician for Farnham Common House Residential Home, Interest in Rheumatology

Physician associates

Sasini Somachandra
Physicians Associate

Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians

Mrs Anshu Kaura
Clinical Pharmacist

Anisah Javed
Clinical Pharmacist

Harris Butt
Clinical Pharmacist

Physiotherapists

Kulmeen Chadha

Social prescribers and care coordinators

Jane Quince
Social Prescriber

Emily Freeman
Social Prescriber (Phlebotomy)

Carers Champion

Jane Quince
Social Prescriber

HELP IN HEARING

is an Audiology centre who will service and supply private hearing aids

01753 642687.

Osteopath

David Norton
will see  patients privately by ringing him on 01753 646381.

Podiatrist/Chiropodist

Derry Locke
For appointments telephone 07786 078766

We provide general information about management and administrative roles under Practice management and administration team.

Practice management team

Mrs Susan Hazell
Practice Manager

Mrs Angela Smith
Secretary

Mrs Penny St Lawrence
Head of Reception

Receptionists

Sue Bryant Jennie Hertel, Jane Quince (Carers Lead), Angela Dawson, Donna Llewellyn, Naz Perveen

Administration team

Debbie Nixon, Naz Perveen, Maria Kalyan

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 when available under Contact Details And Self-Referral.

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 NHS Community services (Children). You can contact the team directly for any child under 5.

Adult community health team (includes district nurses)

Includes district nurses and occupational therapists. You can self-refer to occupational therapists see under NHS Community services (Adults) on how to do this and for further information about how district nurses and occupational therapists can support. You can contact the adult community health team directly if you are already under their care.

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 when you are under their care.

Palliative care team

The palliative care team work closely with our local adult community health team (district nurse team). You can contact the palliative care team directly if you are already under their care. There is information about how the palliative care team can support you under End of life care, including details about the local palliative care team.

You can self-refer for a social care assessment. This is explained in detail under Support in your own home, a care home and a nursing home. You can contact the local social care team directly using the telephone details found under Contact details and self-referral.


Self-refer to other services in the practice

There are new roles and services which have been created in practices to support the high demand for GP appointments. This support can help you avoid the need to wait for a GP appointment and provides a high level of expertise.

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 Contact Details And Self-Referral.


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 Our Primary Care Network.

 

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