The Practice Partners
Dr Jeremy M Bradley
MBChB, MRCGP (M) Qual. 1985 Birmingham
Dr Rumit Z Shah
MBChB, MRCGP (M) Qual. 1984 Sheffield
Dr Rao V Kolusu
MBBS, MRCGP, DPD (Cardiff) (M) Qual. 2001 Bangalore
Dr Guruprasad Patwal
MBBS, MRCGP, DPD (Cardiff) (M) Qual. 2000 Mysore
Dr Maia Goginashvilli
MBChB, MRCGP 1991 (Tbilisi)
You may express a preference as to which doctor you see at the health centre. We will do our best to meet your wishes but this can not be guaranteed.
Our manager is responsible for ensuring the smooth running of the practice and is available to answer questions about administration or non-medical aspects of your health or treatment.
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Our nurses hold a variety of clinics by appointment only.
Our friendly professional team of administration staff is your first contact with the health centre. They are on hand to help you obtain the service you require.
These are community nurses from the RDASH Trust who assess the health of, and prescribe care for, people with identified health needs within a community setting. You can contact them on 01302 735700.
Health visitors are qualified nurses who are trained in Children's health promotion and education. They are trained to assess the development of babies and pre-school children, advice on all aspects of health and behaviour, and offer support to families. You can contact them on 384250.
Midwives from Doncaster Royal Infirmary attend antenatal clinics and give general advice.
A counselling service is available for patients referred by the doctors.
The physiotherapy attends the surgery on a weekly basis. Your GP can refer you to the physiotherapist if appropriate.
NHS access to the chiropodist is for retired people or those with certain chronic conditions only. Diabetics particularly need routine chiropody.
A visiting dietician works in conjunction with the doctors and practice nurses.
GP Registrars/Medical Students
From time to time the practice may have a GP registrar in for further primary care training before going on to become a fully qualified GP, or we may host attachments of medical students. We will always notify you when this is happening. We hope that you will feel able to help in this training, but you have the right, and will always be given the option, to decline to have a registrar or student involved in any consultation.