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INFORMATION FOR PATIENTS REGARDING CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

We are commited to keeping our most vulnerable patients and staff as safe as possible, therefore we have suspended all routine face-to-face GP appointment bookings. If you have not spoken to a doctor please do not attend the surgery.

If you are asked to attend the surgery you MUST wear a mask or other face covering. Please note we are unable to provide these for you.

In line with the latest advice, if you have a high temperature, new, continuous cough or a loss of taste or smell you should self-isolate for a period of 10 days. There is no need to contact either the surgery or NHS111.

For the latest information regarding COVID-19 please visit NHS111Online

Winter flu vaccinations 2020

The flu vaccination is the best protection for you and those around you which is why it is offered for free for those most at risk.
Vaccinations started in September and continue over the winter months, with appointments available throughout the season (so there is still plenty of time to book). Priority is given to those who are most at risk of flu. GP practices and pharmacies receive phased deliveries of the vaccine and flu clinics are scheduled to coincide with these deliveries. By staggering appointments over the winter months, we can help protect as many people as possible from flu.
Please note that if you are aged between 50 and 64 and are not in a clinical at risk group, the earliest you will be offered a flu vaccination is November. This is to ensure that those who are most at risk are vaccinated first. Thank you in advance for your patience, understanding and cooperation.
If you are aged 50 to 64 and are in a clinical at risk group which is eligible for the flu vaccination, for example you have a health condition which puts you at risk from the flu, you will be invited earlier. Please contact us for more information or visit your local community pharmacy.
If you are a household member or a carer of a shielded patient, you are eligible for the flu vaccination. Please contact us for more information or visit your local community pharmacy.
For parents / carers of two and three year olds, you should receive an invitation for your child to have the vaccination before the winter. If you have not heard by early November, contact the practice directly to make an appointment.
For primary school-aged children and those in Year 7 at secondary school, a vaccination session will be held at school during the autumn term. Your local healthcare team will contact you via the school.

 

Doctors

Dr Andrew Wilson (m)

Senior Partner

Reg. 1990 Lond. BM MRCGP DRCOG DFFP

GMC No: 3406173

Dr Ruth Wilson (f)

Partner

Reg. 1985 Lond. MBChB MRCGP DRCOG DCH FP Cert 

GMC No: 3084948

Dr Hilary Nowell (f)

Partner

Reg. 1984 Lond. MBBS MRCGP 

GMC No: 2870098

Dr Elisabetta Angeleri-Rand (f)

Partner

MD 1983 Universita di Pavia Reg. 1987

GMC No: 3218822

Dr Marion Turberfield (f)

Retainer GP

Reg. 1987 Oxon. BM BCh DRCOG FP Cert 

GMC No: 3259694

Dr Jonathan Mobey (m)

Salaried GP

MRCGP, DRCOG, MA, BM BCh (Oxon)

GMC: 4547743

Dr Sreekanth Pillai (m)

Salaried GP

MBBS, DRCOG, DGM, MRCGP

GMC: 6043729

Dr Mary Purcell (f)

Salaried GP

BSc, MBBS, DGM, DRCOG, DFRSH

GMC: 6103963

Dr Benjamin Crawshaw (m)

Foundation Year 2 Doctor

GMC: 7672230

Foundation Year (FY2) Doctors in Training

The practice is accredited as a Training Practice for Foundation Year Doctors.

Foundation Year doctors are fully qualified doctors who are with the practice for four months. FY doctors are supervised by other GPs in the practice. You may be offered an appointment with them, but you are not obliged to see them if you choose not to. You may find that the FY doctor sometimes sits in with other doctors or nurses during their consultations.

Occasionally, consultations may be video recorded for educational purposes. This will only take place if you consent to it.

Teaching Medical Students

Student doctors visit the practice at intervals. You will be told if a student is present and are welcome to tell the receptionist if you would prefer to see the doctor alone.

You may be asked for permission to video a consultation for teaching purposes. 

 
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