|Dr Bijay Kumar Singh
||BSc M.B.B.S, F.R.C.S (London, UK)
|Dr Jyothi Kaluvakolanu Bipin Chandra
||MBBS, MRCOG, DFFP
The Practice Staff
Director of Management
Dr Rajul Singh
Supervises the overall running of the practice and provides strategic direction in the future development of services and meeting the Government targets. Also manages the budget of the practice and works with the staff and practice PPG to discuss patients points of view and taking action on them as needed.
The Practice Manager is responsible for the day to day smooth running of the practice and would welcome any constructive comments or suggestions from the patients.
Mrs Ann Butlin
The reception supervisor ensures the reception staff deal with patients efficiently and administrative tasks are completed on time
Rebecca Darling,Tia Arnott, Jyoti Jain, Amy Grundy
Our receptionists are fully trained and do a difficult job well. Please remember if you are sometimes kept waiting it is because the receptionist is either attending to another patient or another call. The receptionist is only following our telephone answering and other applicable policies in the practice which are aimed at the smooth and efficient running of the practice. This is especially relevant when a home visit is being requested and the receptionist has to judge the urgency of your request.
Practice nurses attend to dressings, removal of sutures, minor injections, cervical smears, health advice, travel advice, travel vaccinations, routine medical check-ups and preventative medicine. All our practice nurses have had specialist training and are available to advise on most aspects of health care.(see Practice Nurses List of jobs)
Health Care Assistant (HCA)
HCA takes bloods from patients and sends them to the laboratory for investigations. Also carries out Flu vaccinations and is trained to give smoking cessation advice and check weights, height, and blood pressure of patients.
Other Staff Facility Available
Midwives and Eldercare Facilitator
They work closely with all the doctors. They can be contacted as and when requested..
Zero Tolerance Towards Violence Or Abuse To Staff
The practice supports the NHS policy of zero tolerance with regard to violence or abuse to the doctors, staff or others on the practice premises or other locations where treatment may take place. Persons abusing this policy may be reported to the police and removed from the practice list.