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NEW SERVICE - The surgery is now offering extended opening hours for patients that are unable to attend during the day.  Please click here for details

SMS Text Message reminders will be sent for some appointments.  If you wish to opt out of this service, please speak to reception.

Repeat Prescriptions on this website have moved to a new website "Patient Services" .

Did you know that all patients have a Named Allocated GP - please click here for more information

New Online Services - You can Book GP appointments and you can now access detailed information from your medical records online, wherever you are.  Please click here 

On-line Prescription Requests - We are moving click here

Doctors

Dr K Singh (m)
MBBS (Delhi) First Registered 1976, LRCP, LRCS, LRCPS (Glasgow & Edin.) FP Cert, PG Dip Card., MRCGP
Dr L Goncaras (m)

MSc (Kaunas University of Medicine, Lithuania), First Registered 2003, MD (Kaunas University of Medicine, Lithuania), PG Dip Health Sciences, PG Dip Presc, PG Dip Dermatology, PG Dip Substance Misuse, MRCGP

Dr F Akhtar (f)
MBBS (Pakistan), First Registered 1988, DRCOG (2008), nMRCGP
Dr S Bonchev (m)

Magistar (Physician) 1980 (Sofia Medical University BG), MD (Internal Medicine) 1986 (Bulgaria), MD (Toxicology) 1990 (Bulgaria), Master of Family Medicine (Clinical) 2010 (Monash University, Australia)

Dr T Harding (m)

M.B.B.S 1991, Diploma in Faculty of Family Planning 1998, Joint Committee on Postgraduate Training for General Practice (certificate of prescribed experience) 1998

Dr S Santini (m)

MBBS 1989 (Italy), MD Medical Oncology 1993 (Italy), MRCGP 2011

Dr S Iqbal (m)

MBBS 1997 (Pakistan), MRCS 2007, MRCGP (2012)

Training

We are an Accredited Training Practice and have approval to train Foundation Year 2 doctors, doctors intending to become general practitioners, Physician Associate Students and Nurses.

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